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8th Senftenberg Innovation Forum on Multiparametric Analysis: Autoimmune Diagnostics

07 May 2014 - 08 May 2014 - BTU Cottbus, Germany



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The conference will be held at the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus - Senftenberg, Campus Senftenberg, the heart of the Lusatian Lake District (German: Lausitzer Seenland), from May 07 (Wednesday) to May 08 (Thursday). The focus of the event is on new perspectives of autoimmune diagnostics, novel technologies for multiparametric analysis and new biomarkers for diagnosing and monitoring autoimmune diseases. Renowned international speakers ensure a highly interactive and scientifically stimulative conference program. Our speakers highlight recent advances in systemic and organ-specific autoimmune disease research, autoimmunity, personalized medicine, and diagnostics of autoimmune diseases and will introduce novel platforms and assays for individualized diagnosis and therapy. Attendance at this conference is free of charge, but registration is requested. We encourage submitting abstracts for talks and posters. In particular, contribution by students, PhD candidates, doctors and young investigators interested in the state of the art autoimmunity and diagnostics are welcomed. All abstracts should be submitted online and in English only.

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