'New Frontiers in Innate Immune Memory' in Nijmegen, 31 Oct - 1 November 2019
Added on 8 februari 2019

The Radboud university medical center for Infectious Diseases invites you on October 31 and November 1st to the international symposium ‘New Frontiers in Innate Immune Memory’ in the city of Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

This international symposium will cover novel aspects on innate immune memory, starting from evolutionary aspects, to molecular mechanisms, and translational aspects important for infections, vaccination, inflammatory diseases and cancer. An international group of experts in the field will present their work, including Kenneth Walsh, Michael Skinner, Joachim Schultze, Maria-Carla Saleh, Joseph Sun, Triantafyllos Chavakis, Keiko Ozato, Maziar Divangahi, Mihai Netea, Robin Choudhury, Luis Barreiro, Musa Mhlanga, Ramnik Xavier, Christine Stabell-Benn, Nigel Curtis, Willem Mulder.


In addition, oral presentations will be chosen from the submitted abstracts, and a ‘Best Oral Presentation Prize’ and ‘Best Poster prize’ will be awarded.


We would like to invite colleagues in the field to join us in this very exciting scientific meeting. The deadline for abstract submission is 15 September 2019, and for registration is 15 October 2019. Registration is 300 euros and includes registration, lunches and the congress dinner. There will be a limit of 300 participants for the conference.


Looking forward to welcome you in Nijmegen,


Mihai Netea

Leo Joosten

Triantafyllos Chavakis

Information and registration 

For more information about abstract submission and registration:



Marjolijn Klomp-Kooi MSc, Project Manager
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