SAIS/Immunopaedia Webinars 2022


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The South African Immunology Society (SAIS) in collaboration with Immunopaedia.org.za present An African Based Immunology Series  in 2022.

Join us for a new monthly webinar series. We will reach out to from all over Africa or African Scientists based elsewhere in the world to hear about their research and experiences.

From March 30 every last Wednesday of the month from 13:00-14:00 (Central Africa Time GMT+2)


SAIS-Immunopaedia Webinars 2022 Recordings

 

Dr Yaw Bediako (Yemaachi Biotech) – Biotech – The next phase of African scientific capacity development. Lessons learned over a year building an African biotech startup.


Dr Yaw Bediako (Yemaachi Biotech) – Biotech – The next phase of African scientific capacity development. Lessons learned over a year building an African biotech startup.
Moderated by Sabelo Hadebe

Dr Obinna Ubah – Exploiting the uniqueness of the soloMER™ technology for the development of next-generation, super-potent drug modalities for chronic autoimmune inflammation diseases, and beyond.


Dr Obinna Ubah – Exploiting the uniqueness of the soloMER™ technology for the development of next-generation, super-potent drug modalities for chronic autoimmune inflammation diseases, and beyond.
Moderated by Sabelo Hadebe

 

Day of Immunology – COVID-19 Vaccines: Answers to the questions you always wanted to ask


International Day of Immunology Webinar.
Special guest speaker: Dr Nyaradzo Chigorimbo-Tsikiwa
Live Q&A Session: Dr Jinal Bhiman
Jeppe Girls Students: Aastha Prajapti, Charlotte Chambers and Thiara Moodley.
Moderated by SAIS President Theresa Rossouw

 

Dr Leigh Kotzé – Establishment of a Patient-Derived, Magnetic Levitation-Based, 3D Spheroid Granuloma Model for Human Tuberculosis


Dr Leigh Kotzé – Establishment of a Patient-Derived, Magnetic Levitation-Based, 3D Spheroid Granuloma Model for Human Tuberculosis Moderated by Sabelo Hadebe

 

Dr Shabir A. Madhi – Changing face of COVID-19 pandemic: the SA experience


Dr Shabir A. Madhi – Changing face of COVID-19 pandemic: the SA experience
Moderated by Sabelo Hadebe

Prof Theresa Rossouw: Responsible conduct of research: from the petri dish to the patient


Prof Theresa Rossouw: Responsible conduct of research: from the petri dish to the patient
Moderated by Sabelo Hadebe

 
 
 
 
 
 
International Union of Immunological SocietiesUniversity of South AfricaInstitute of Infectious Disease and Molecular MedicineElizabeth Glazer Pediatric Aids FoundationStellenbosch University