Bethesda, MD - The major goal of this conference is to provide a comprehensive focus on recent advances regarding the signaling mechanisms involved in the response of immune cells in both health and disease. The conference includes a strong focus on lymphocyte activation and development, innate lymphoid cells including natural killer cells, innate sensing, imaging of cell activation and differentiation, immune deficiencies, and cytoskeletal changes that regulate leukocyte activation and migration. These topics represent the cutting edge of research at the intersection of immune biology, signaling and translation to human disease.
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Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
9650 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814-3998
SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Date: June 7-12, 2015, Big Sky, MT
Organizers: Andre Veillette, Victor Tybulewicz, Daniel Billadeau, Arthur Weiss