Jointly organized by the Singaporean Society for Immunology (SSI), A*STAR’s Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences, National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, the 4th International Singapore Symposium for Immunology will bring together local and international researchers and clinicians to discuss topics on Infectious Diseases, Clinical Immunology, Autoimmunity, Inflammation and Tumour Immunology. The symposium will provide an opportunity to share research expertise and identify opportunities for collaborations.
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Together with the European network of Immunology Institutes (ENII), SIgN is co-organizing the 5th Summer School in Advanced Immunology on 9-16 May 2010. Designed for PhD students and early career post docs, this 6 day course represents a great opportunity to learn about immunology from world-renowned experts in the field.
Alongside lectures from the guest faculty, students can take part in small group tutorial sessions with the speakers to allow greater interaction and in depth discussion. Attendees are also able to receive feedback and advice on their own work during the poster sessions that take place in the evenings.
A number of students will then be offered the chance to give brief oral presentations in order to practice their skills and prepare to answer questions from their peers and the faculty.
For more information, please visit ENII website www.enii.org
The first Day of Immunology (DoI) was held internationally on 29 April 2005. It was brought to life by the European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS) in order to strengthen the public awareness that a healthy immune system is the basis for individual well-being.
To celebrate the worldwide DoI on 29 April, SIgN has planned a seminar workshop on the theme “Harnessing the Yin Yang forces of the immune system to promote health”, by immunologists and clinicians. The keynote lecture will be given by Dr Juan J. Lafaille, Associate Professor of Pathology and Medicine at New York University (NYU).
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