Immunobiology and infection subgroup

12 Jul 2018, 10:30
New Law School---028 (University of Sydney)

New Law School---028

University of Sydney



Immunobiology and infection subgroup

  • Amber Smith (University of Tennessee Health Science Center)


The Immunobiology and Infection Subgroup was created to bring together researchers in the SMB community who are interested in the modelling and analysis of immune processes in human disease and of host-pathogen interactions. Our objective is to discuss various topics including
- within-host infectious diseases
- host immune responses
- causes and effects of inflammation
- disease progression and outcome
- integration of experimental and clinical data into models
- model-driven experimental design
In our 2018 minisymposium, we will focus on viral infections and how they relate to host responses and to cancer immunotherapies. The talks will also showcase diverse modelling styles and integration with data.

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