Overview : Immune responses are highly coordinated processes that take place in complex tissue microenvironments. The continuous progress in imaging methodologies offers tremendous insight into the spatiotemporal activity of the immune system in physiological settings and during disease pathogenesis. The aim of this meeting is to share the latest findings in immune cell dynamics at the molecular, cellular and tissue-level and exchange on the newest technical developments for visualizing and manipulating immune processes.
This international meeting will feature world leaders in the field that image immune cells at multiple scales, in various settings and different organisms. Ample time will be dedicated to discussions with the aim to foster new collaborative projects. Finally, we will provide opportunities for oral and poster presentations for young scientists.
The Imaging the Immune System meetings are held every 2 years. The previous editions took place in Milan (September 2014), Italy and in Rehovot, Israel (September 2016).
Philippe Bousso, Institut Pasteur, Paris
Ana-Maria Lennon-Dumenil, Institut CURIE, Paris
Matteo Iannacone, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan
Online registration and sbstract submission : opening soon.