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Events Calendar

March 7, 2022

8:30 AM - 6:00 PM EST

NYC

<p>Neurodegeneration and Proteostasis</p>

This symposium will bring together experts in proteostasis biology and neurodegenerative disease, along with clinicians, drug developers, and investors to discuss emerging therapies targeting proteostasis pathways to treat neurodegenerative disease.

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March 30 - March 31, 2022

<p>The Future of Vaccinology</p>

This two-day conference will convene leaders in vaccinology, virology, immunology, biotechnology, microbiology, systems biology, and health policy.  Session topics include a look back at advances in vaccine development, updates from present-day vaccinology, a discussion on how vaccine development can be strengthened based on COVID-19 vaccine learnings, pharma company pipeline updates, next generation vaccine adjuvants, improving immune measures, and more.

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April 4 - April 5, 2022

<p>Frontiers in Immunology</p>

Technological developments such as next-generation sequencing, super-resolution imaging, and systems-level computational approaches have resulted in great leaps in our understanding of the immune system. Despite these advances, many autoimmune diseases lack effective treatments; and the current pandemic has shown the critical need to better understand the immune system in order to harness it to develop vaccines and therapeutics.

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