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World Immune Regulation Meeting-VI

18 Mar 2012 - 21 Mar 2012 - Davos, Switzerland



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The special focus of WIRM-VI is „Innate and Adaptive Immune Response and Role of Tissues in Immune Regulation". With an outstanding list of speakers in this field, WIRM-VI becomes one of the key scientific event of the year 2012, being big enough to learn from other disciplines and small enough to personally meet the experts. There will be unopposed plenary symposia supported by workshops, poster sessions with warm buffet dinner, a special lecture and long breaks for skiing and more. Over 300 abstracts and 100 talks will present most recent cutting-edge developments on high quality. The city, Davos, is worldwide known as congress city, home of several research institutes and as winter sports paradise. This meeting is organized by the Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research (SIAF) in Davos. The preliminary programme and more information about WIRM-VI can be found on the congress website www.wirm.ch.

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