6-10 December 2021
Onsite (Hammamet, Tunisia) for Tunisian participants
Online for international participants
Course aims and objectives:
- To delineate the cellular and molecular mechanisms of immune responses to infections.
- To discuss the strategies developed by pathogens to evade immune responses.
- To learn from the models of Inborn errors of immunity the critical pathways involved in genetic susceptibility to infections.
- To get acquainted with the contribution of the infectious agents to emergence of cancers and autoimmune diseases
- To address development of new vaccines and innovative therapeutic strategies in light of the interactions between the immune system and microorganisms.
Requirements to apply:
This 5-day course is open to MSc and PhD students, post-doctoral fellows, physicians, and scientists in the early stages of their careers, who are interested in the research or applied aspects of this topic. Applicants will mostly be from Africa.
- Stable internet is a pre-requisite.
- All course activities will be in English.
- An Online pre-course on www.immunopaedia.org.za will be mandatory 4 weeks before Immuno-Tunisia
- Priority will be given to African applicants; a limited number of international applicants will be accepted.
Application deadline: 8 October 2021
Download the advert – Immuno-Tunisia 2021 – Flyer.pdf
HOW TO APPLY:
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- Melika Ben Ahmed, Tunisia
- Amel Benammar-Elgaaïed, Tunisia
- Nadine Cerf-Bensussan, France
- Shubhada Chiplunkar, India
- Koussay Dellagi, France
- Alain Fisher, France
- Clive Gray, South Africa
- Fatma Guerfali, Tunisia
- Steven Holland, USA
- Dieter Kabelitz Germany
- Yu Lung Lau, China
- Miriam Merad, USA
- Hanne Ostergaard, Canada
- Rosana Pelayo, Mexico
- Maryam Sellami, Tunisia
- Gloria Vasquez, Colombia
- Martin Kriegel, Germany
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- Melika Ben Ahmed
- Amel Benammar-Elgaaïed
- Imen Ben Mustapha
- Karim Bougatef
- Tarek Dhaouadi
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- Asma Gati
- Yosr Gorgi
- Lilia Laadhar
- Hatem Masmoudi
- Clive Gray (South Africa)
- Dieter Kabelitz (Germany)
- Michelle Letarte (Canada)
- Rosana Pelayo (Mexico)