The Immunomeeting Seminar Series is held at the University of Basel's Department of Biomedicine (Hebelstrasse) on Mondays during term time. Researchers from the various University of Basel immunology Community (uBICo) member groups present their work at these weekly meetings, in addition to invited guest speakers and uBICo distinguished speakers.
The uBICo Distinguished Immunology Speakers series sees leading researchers from around the world present their work at the Immunomeetings, which are then held in the ZLF Small Lecture Theater. These speakers partake in an extended programme during their visit to Basel which sees them spending the day with faculty and students at the Department of Biomedicine.
In addition to being accredited postgraduate lecture courses at the University of Basel (15581-01 Seminar: Immunology I and 17493-01 Seminar: Immunology II) the seminar series is also registered with the Veterinäramt Basel-Stadt for ongoing education. Attendees of relevant Immunomeetings have the opportunity to get credit towards “Aus- und Weiterbildungsveranstaltungen für Fachpersonal für Tierversuche”.
The Spring Immunomeeting Series will begin on March 1st 2021 and run through till the end of June 2021. Details of the full schedule will be posted here in due course. Meetings will take place on zoom at 12:15pm on each of the scheduled dates. Please be sure to check back regularly for updates to the schedule.
Full details of how to register for, and connect to, the zoom meetings will be circulated via the usual DBM departmental mailings and also to subscribers to the Immunomeeting mailing list. If you wish to be included on this lise then please send an email to Dr Paula Cullen with your request. Please note that if you were already on the list for the 2020 series of Immunomeetings then you do not need to ask to be added again.
Marianna Florova, Experimental Virology Group
Protective antibodies against chronic systemic viral infection emerge from an IgMlow B cell population escaping receptor editing
Anne Geng, Translational Hepatology Group
AXL-expressing homeostatic liver macrophages are reduced in progression of cirrhosis
|14.06.2021||Translational NeuroImmunology Group|
Anne-Katrin Pröbstel , Experimental Neuroimmunology Group
Microbial regulation of B cells in neuroinflammation
Fabian Otte/Yuepeng Zhang, Molecular Virology Group
HIV- persistence and dynamics in patients under successful therapy