This year’s “hot topic” focuses on “Clinical immunology: The new immunotherapies“, for the practising dermatologist and anyone else who has a particular interest in clinical immunology.
32 of Europe’s leading immunologists will teach us clinicians what we need to know about allergic, autoimmune and auto-inflammatory diseases, immune-deficiencies, as well as the immunotherapies of infectious and malignant diseases.
Here is a preview of the stimulating topics that will be discovered and covered over the two full days…
Thursday, 14 September (Lecture Room 3)
Friday, 15 September (Lecture Room 3)
The full programme with confirmed speakers is available for viewing here.
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