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Humanized mice: immunotherapy and regenerative medicine – Course and Conference Office

EMBO Practical Course

Humanized mice: immunotherapy and regenerative medicine

Overview

Course overview

Humanized mouse models became an integral part of basic and translational biomedical research for the understanding of human pathologies and for development of new therapies. Human cells or tissues implanted in mice can reflect human hematopoiesis, immunity, oncology, infections, physiology and genetic polymorphisms. The development of immunotherapeutic drugs, cell and tissue therapies rely on the preclinical testing to assess their potency and safety. “Big pharma” and biotech companies include humanized mice in the non-clinical development portfolio. Humanized mouse models have varied among laboratories regarding the use of new transgenic and knock-out strains, improved handling methods, innovative sources and manipulation techniques of the human graft material and novel technological platforms for analyses.

The topics of this course are immune reconstitution, oncology, immuno-oncology, regenerative medicine and infections. We will update the participants about different case-by-case models starting with the basic science, and how to best explore these models with accurate data acquisition and reporting. We aim to instruct the principles of experimental pre-requisites for data recording and harmonized analyses within the field. Techniques and results will be presented and discussed in sessions, round tables will focus on ethics requirements for animal handling and human tissue collections. Social activities will boost networking among international participants.

Audience

This course is aimed at PhD students and early post-doctoral researchers who are entering the field of humanized mice models.

Modules

  • Human hematopoiesis and immunity in mice                             
  • Human tumour models                                        
  • Human immuno-oncology in vivo from basics to applications                                         
  • Regenerative medicine: gene therapy, gene editing, induced pluripotent stem cells and the liver 
  • Infections  

What past participants say about the course

“The course was a great professional investment and a unique opportunity to make new contacts, learn from experts, be inspired, and learn a lot. I highly recommend this course!” – Priscila Pini Zenatti, Boldrini Children Hospital, Brazil

“The course on humanised mice gave me the opportunity to meet and connect with young and established researchers in the field. Not only could I gain valuable feedback on my work as well as the humanised mouse model, but also connect with the research community and strengthen my skills.” – Lisa Rieble, University of Zürich, Switzerland


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Speakers

Speakers, trainers, and staff

Milita Darguzyte

University Hospital Cologne

Germany

Julie Lang

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

USA

Alessandra Piersigilli

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited

USA

Scientific organisers

Course organisers

Catherine Casas

Catherine Casas-Saavedra

Course and Conference Officer

EMBL Heidelberg

Germany

Irena Provaznikova

Training Laboratory Manager

EMBL Heidelberg

Germany

Preliminary programme

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  • Some pre-course work (such as watching pre-recordings and protocol reading) with estimated time 0-10 hours will be required and will be shared in advance of the course.
  • Some speakers may need to join virtually to give their lecture or Q&A, and the programme is subject to change.
Day 1 – Sunday 17 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
11:45 – 12:00Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
12:00 – 13:00Arrival & registrations with light lunchFlex Lab A & B
13:00 – 13:30Welcome & introductionsFlex Lab A & B
13:30 – 15:00Flash TalksFlex Lab A & B
15:00 – 16:00Lecture: Humanized mice past, present and future and Q&A
Leonard Shultz – The Jackson Laboratory, USA
Flex Lab A & B
16:00 – 16:20Bus to city centreATC Entrance
16:20 – 18:00Free timeHeidelberg City Centre
18:00 – 19:00Guided tourHeidelberg City Centre
19:00Bus to hotel and dinnerISG Hotel
Day 2 – Monday 18 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
08:40 – 08:55Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
08:55 – 09:00Overview of the dayFlex Lab A & B
09:00 – 09:45Lecture: Development of human T and NK cells in HSC-humanized mice
Michael Brehm – UMass Chan Medical School, USA
Flex Lab A & B
09:45 – 10:30Lecure: HSC-humanized mouse models and reconstitution of human innate cells and lymphatic tissues
James DiSanto, Pasteur Institute, France
Flex Lab A & B
10:30 – 11:00Coffee breakFlex Lab A & B
11:00 – 11:45Lecture: Human T cell development in immune deficient mice
Bart Vandekerckhove, University of Ghent, Belgium
Flex Lab A & B
11:45 – 12:30Lecture: Human B cell development and tolerance in humanized mice
Roberta Pelanda, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, USA
Flex Lab A & B
12:30 – 13:30LunchEMBL Canteen
13:30 – 13:45Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Refresher course mouse handling and tissue collections
Ernesto de la Cueva – EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
13:45 – 14:00Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Refresher course flow cytometry analyses
Daniel Gimenes – EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
14:00 – 14:15Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction and protocol: Standardization of multicolor flow cytometry panels, staining techniques and minimal information for standardizations
Ashley Gardner – The Jackson Laboratory, USA
Flex Lab A & B
14:15 – 18:00Practical session 1: Animal handling, Immune Reconstitution, Flow Cytometry
Groups 1 and 2: Blood
Group 3 and 4: Spleen
Group 5 and 6: Bone Marrow
Discussion of results
Trainers: Ernesto de la Cueva, Ashley Gardner, Daniel Gimenes, Li-Chin Yao, Ali Roghanian
Helpers: Milita Darguzyte, Sandra Petrus, Lisa Rieble
Training Lab B
18:00 – 19:30Meet the speaker – round table discussion
(Chairs Michael Brehm and Julie Lang)
Vegetarian pizza dinner
ATC Rooftop Lounge
19:30 – 21:30Poster session 1 (odd numbers)TBC
21:30Bus to hotelATC Entrance
Day 3 – Tuesday 19 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
08:40 – 08:55Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
08:55 – 09:00Overview of the dayFlex Lab A & B
09:00 – 09:45Lecture: Acute leukemia models, genomics and tumor microenvironment
Jan Jakob Schuringa – University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Flex Lab A & B
09:45 – 10:30Lecture: PBMC-humanized mouse models assessing safety profiles and cytokine release syndrome
James Keck, The Jackson Laboratory, Sacramento, USA
Flex Lab A & B
10:30 – 11:00Coffee breakFlex Lab A & B
11:00 – 11:45Lecture: PDX Models of Glioblastoma and oncolytic viral therapies
Marta Alonso – University of Navarra, Spain
Flex Lab A & B
11:45 – 12:30Lecture: Defining tumors for pharmacologic developments
Alessandra Piersigilli, Takeda, USA
Flex Lab A & B
12:30 – 13:30LunchEMBL Canteen
13:30 – 13:45Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Implantation, collection and processing of tumors
Li-Chin Yao, The Jackson Laboratory, USA
Flex Lab A & B
13:45 – 14:00Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Advanced histopathology: Analytical t-SNE (t-distributed Stochastic Neighbor Embedding), immune cell imaging in the tumor environment, location, organization, interaction, quantitation)
Daniel Bachurski, University Hospital Cologne, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
14:00 – 18:00Practical session 2: Principles and deeper look on xenograft tumor models (tumor Implantation and biopsies) and histopathology
Trainers: Daniel Bachurski, Li-Chin Yao, Ali Roghanian
Helpers: Milita Darguzyte, Sandra Petrus, Lisa Rieble
Training Lab B
18:00 – 19:30Round table discussion
(Chairs J.J. Schuringa and Marta Alonso)
Tapas dinner
ATC Rooftop Lounge
19:30 – 21:30Poster session 2 (even numbers)
5 minutes presentation and 5 minutes questions per person
TBC
21:30Bus to hotelATC Entrance
Day 4 – Wednesday 20 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
08:40 – 08:55Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
08:55 – 09:00Overview of the dayFlex Lab A & B
09:00 – 09:45Lecture: Applications of Humanized Platforms in Immuno-Oncology
Brian Soper – The Jackson Laboratory, USA
Flex Lab A & B
09:45 – 10:15Lecture: TBC
TBC
Flex Lab A & B
10:15 – 11:00Coffee break and group photoTBC
11:00 – 11:45Lecture: Application of humanized mouse models in drug discovery
Johannes Sam – Roche Zürich, Switzerland
Flex Lab A & B
11:45 – 12:30Lecture: Neonatal tissue-based models for biosimilar research, CRS (Virtual)
Kristina Howard – Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, USA
Flex Lab A & B
12:30 – 13:30LunchEMBL Canteen
13:30 – 14:15Lecture: Development of human B cells and immuno-oncology aspects
Julie Lang, University of Colorado, USA
Flex Lab A & B
14:15 – 14:30Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Testing monoclonal antibodies: schedules and dose finding
Ali Roghanian, Univ. Southampton, UK
Flex Lab A & B
14:30 – 18:30Practical session 3: Combined humanization (including neonate models) and xenograft tumor models – Immuno-Oncology studies by flow cytometry and histopathology Analyses
Trainers: Daniel Bachurski, Li-Chin Yao
Helpers: Milita Darguzyte, Sandra Petrus, Lisa Rieble
Training Lab B
18:30 – 19:30Bus to hotel and dinnerISG Hotel
19:30 – 21:30Meet the speaker – round tableISG Hotel
Day 5 – Thursday 21 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
08:40 – 08:55Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
08:55 – 09:00Overview of the dayFlex Lab A & B
09:00 – 09:45Lecture: Regenerative Medicine: Gene-modification of hematopoietic cells with lentiviral vectors and gene editing against cancer and pathologies
Renata Stripecke, University Hospital of Cologne, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
09:45 – 10:30Lecture: Gene Editing of hematopoietic stem cells and T cells for clinical uses
Toni Cathomen, University of Freiburg, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
10:30 – 11:00Coffee breakFlex Lab A & B
11:00 – 11:15Live Discussion and Q&A to pre-recorded lecture: Development of human organoids and use in humanized mouse models
Sandra Petrus, University of Cambridge, UK
Flex Lab A & B
11:15 – 12:00Lecture: Human liver chimeric mouse models – the chances & challenges
Karl-Dimiter Bissig, Duke University Medical Center, USA
Flex Lab A & B
12:00 – 12:15Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Gene editing molecular tools and methods
Jamal Alzubi, University of Freiburg, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
12:15 – 12:30Live Q&A to pre-recorded practical introduction: Gene editing standard operating procedures for practical class
Renata Stripecke, University Hospital of Cologne, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
12:00 – 13:00LunchEMBL Canteen
13:00 – 17:00Practical 4: Engineering the grafts via non-viral CRISPR/Cas gene editing knock-outs and knock-ins
Groups 1 and 2: Gene editing hematopoietic stem cells
Groups 3 and 4: Gene editing T cells
Groups 5 and 6: Gene editing tumor cells
Flow cytometry analyses of pre-prepared samples

Trainers: Jamal Azubi, Renata Stripecke, Ali Roghanian
Helpers: Milita Darguzyte, Sandra Petrus, Lisa Rieble
Flex Lab A & B
17:00 – 18:00Bus to Downtown (stop at ISG Hotel)ATC Entrance
18:00 – 22:00Downtown dinnerTBC
Day 6 – Friday 22 November 2024
Time
(Europe/Berlin)
SessionLocation
08:40 – 08:55Bus from hotel to EMBL ATC EntranceISG Hotel
08:55 – 09:00Overview of the dayFlex Lab A & B
09:00 – 09:45Lecture: Infections of immunocompromised hosts, EBV and KSV
Christian Münz, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Flex Lab A & B
09:45 – 10:30Lecture: Humanized mice to study emerging viral infections
Estefania Rodriguez – Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Germany
Flex Lab A & B
10:30 – 11:00Coffee breakFlex Lab A & B
11:00 – 11:45Lecture: Infection of humanized mice with HIV and development of new therapies
Bruce Torbett, University of Washington, USA
Flex Lab A & B
11:45 – 12:30Lecture to be confirmedFlex Lab A & B
12:30 – 14:30Packed Lunch
Final discussions, Feedback & Closing remarks
Flex Lab A & B
14:30Bust to Hotel and Heidelberg train stationATC Entrance

Practical information

Registration fees and motivation letter

The course is limited to 24 participants. For selection purposes, please note that your application will not be considered without a letter of motivation.

Registration

Registration fees include admission, course materials, meals and coffee breaks. This EMBO course includes accommodation and transportation to and from the ISG Hotel to the venue.

Academia€500
PhD Student€500
Industry€1000

A letter to support your visa application will be issued, on request, once payment of the registration fee is confirmed. We recommend that you book your visa appointment as soon as possible, to avoid any delay with your visa application.

Confirmation and payment

The registration fee should be paid only after acceptance to the course. The results will be announced approximately 2-3 weeks after the application deadline.

Motivation letter submission

After you have logged in and successfully registered, you will receive an email asking you to submit your motivation letter. Click on the link provided and enter your motivation letter in the text box provided. Alternatively you can submit your motivation letter by clicking on the link on the confirmation page directly after registering.

Instructions

  1. Include your relevant skills, experience and qualifications showing why you would be suitable for the course.
  2. Explain why you would like to attend, including what you can contribute and how you think you will benefit from the course.

Please note:

  • The limit of 2000 characters refers to manually typed text and excludes spaces. If an error occurs try using a different web browser (preferably Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox).
  • If you copy-paste the text into the form, hidden formatting might still be included which may cause the text to exceed the 2,000 character limit resulting in an error message. We recommend you clear all formatting before pasting in the text.
  • If you have special symbols in your text, make sure you are using Unicode characters, otherwise these will not be recognised.

For detailed instructions, please watch our video on how to submit a course motivation letter.

Further details

For further information about registration and motivation letter submission please refer to the FAQ page.

Financial assistance

Financial assistance

Limited financial assistance is provided by the EMBL Advanced Training Centre Corporate Partnership Programme and EMBO in the form of registration fee waivers, travel grants and childcare grants

Your place in the meeting is only confirmed by paying the registration fee, which is mandatory even when receiving a fee waiver.

Registration fee waiver

The fee waiver will cover the registration sum that you have paid to attend the course.

Travel grant

The travel grant will cover the cost of travel (airfare, train, bus, taxi, accommodation, visa, and/or registration fees*) and is provided up to specified caps which are normally as follows:

– up to €500 for any participant travelling to an EMBO Practical Course.

– up to €1000 for any participant working in Chile, India, Singapore or Taiwan travelling to an EMBO Practical Course.

– up to €700 for any participant working in Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovenia, and Turkey travelling to an EMBO Practical Course.

*Registration fees are only covered for EMBO Practical Courses

The organisers may reduce the grant cap to accommodate more participants. Recipients will be notified of their travel cap amount when they are informed of the outcome of their application. Original receipts must be provided with your signature for all costs incurred within two months of completion of travel. Scanned copies cannot be accepted.

Childcare grant

There is the possibility to apply for a childcare grant to offset child care costs incurred by participants, speakers, trainers and organisers when attending a course. Eligible costs include (but are not limited to) fees for a babysitter or child-care facility and travel costs for a caregiver. Please note that priority will be given to early-stage researchers. There is a limited amount of funding available for the childcare grants and funds will be distributed amongst eligible applicants.

Application

You may apply for financial assistance when submitting your motivation letter for courses. In your application, you will be asked to answer questions regarding why your lab cannot fund your attendance and how your attendance will make a difference to your career. Application for financial support will not affect the outcome of your registration application.

For the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds Travel Grant, there is a pre-application question during the motivation letter submission process, and if selected you will be requested to complete a standard form and documentation consisting of your travel expense estimation.

Selection

The scientific organisers will select the recipients of registration fee waivers and travel grants during the motivation letter or abstract selection process. Results will be announced approximately 6 – 8 weeks before the event start date, however for some events this may be delayed. Selection results do not impact your admission to the meeting. Selection for registration fee waivers and travel grants is based on scientific merit, your current work or study location, the reasons for needing financial support, and the impact this event will have on your career.

Childcare grants will be allocated in the same timeframe (6-8 weeks before the event start date). Please note that priority will be given to early-stage researchers.

Reimbursement

Costs will be reimbursed after the meeting only once a reimbursement form and original receipts (from travel costs) have been received.

Further details

See our list of external funding opportunities and for further information about financial assistance please refer to the FAQ page.

Accommodation and travel

Hotel

Accommodation in twin rooms, including breakfast, is included in the registration fee. Accommodation has been booked for you at the ISG Hotel for the default dates of 16 to 21 November (6 nights). In case you would like to have a single room, please let the hotel know and note that you will be required to pay directly an additional cost of €24 per night (availability of single rooms may be limited). Any additional nights need to be booked and paid for by you. We recommend that all course participants stay at the ISG Hotel which is the dedicated hotel for the course.

Travel information

For travel information, please see here.

If you are travelling to the conference within Germany then you are eligible for the Deutsche Bahn ‘Event Ticket’ (called the ‘Veranstaltungsticket’ in German). This will result in a lower ticket price if your travel distance to Heidelberg is more than 100 km. You need to provide proof of your event attendance when purchasing the ticket.

For more information in English see here or in German see here.

You can book your ticket here.

Local transport

Shuttle buses will go from the ISG Hotel to EMBL and back, mornings and evenings. A bus schedule and location of the bus stops will be made available prior to the meeting.

Further details

Address: EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany

For more information about accommodation and travel, please refer to the FAQ page.

On-site information

Catering

All meals and coffee breaks are included in the registration fee. Our catering staff will prepare a wide variety of vegetarian meals, meat and fish dishes, soups, pasta, fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as a variety of desserts.

Please wear your badge at all times when serving yourself.

No food or drinks are allowed in the laboratories.

Electricity and charging station

In most places the electricity is 220 volts AC (50 cycles). An adaptor and a plug that fits the German socket may be needed for your appliances/laptop (i.e. American, Japanese, etc.). A USB charging station for electronic devices is available at the registration desk.

EMBL Merchandise

If you are interested in purchasing EMBL merchandise (products presented in the glass display in the registration area), please email the EMBL shop to place an order or get in contact with your Course Organiser.

Kindly note the EMBL shop is only open upon request and all purchases must be made in cash (Euros only).

Health and safety notes

Please read EMBL’s COVID-19 safety policy for on-site events.
Do not smoke in any EMBL building.
Eating and drinking is prohibited in all laboratories.
Do not enter any restricted areas or the laboratories unless instructed to do so.

If first aid is required …

  • The first aid room is located next to the ATC Registration Desk (room 10- 205).
  • Dial the Emergency number 222 from any EMBL internal phone only.
  • Where is the accident? What happened? How many injured?
  • Emergency number 06221-387 7821 from mobile phones.
  • Please report all accidents to the conference officer at the registration desk.

In case of fire …

  • Press the nearest fire alarm button or the Emergency number 222 from any internal phone.
  • A loud fire alarm will go off if an evacuation is required. On hearing the alarm leave the building immediately following the escape route and fire wardens and head to one of the meeting points
  • Do not use the lifts.

Beyond first aid…

Please remember to bring your own medication, if needed, to the conference. Note that the next pharmacy is a 4-minute drive from the EMBL, but for many medications you will be required to see a doctor to get a prescription.

Ensure in advance that your medical insurance will cover you during your visit in the event that you do need to see a doctor while in Heidelberg. In any case, the EMBL Course and Conference Office will assist you to get to the pharmacy and a doctor of your choice if necessary.

Internet

Wi-Fi is available on campus. Log in using the EMBL-Events network and the event specific password, which will be provided on site. The eduroam network (secure, worldwide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community) is also available.

Lost and found

‘’Lost and Found’’ items are kept at the registration desk until the end of the conference.

Luggage

There are lockers available on-site to store your luggage, which require a 2 EURO coin to operate. There is another luggage room on level E0, which is free to use but remains unlocked during the conference.

Nursing room

There is a nursing room available in the ATC Rooftop Lounge on level A29.

Photography

During the conference, an EMBL Photographer may be taking photos. If you would not like to appear in these, please inform the photographer or a member of the Course and Conference Office.

Printing

We can help to print your boarding pass/train ticket. Please send it to events@embl.de and collect your print-outs at the registration desk.

Room for prayer, yoga, and meditation

There is a room for prayer, meditation, and yoga located on level E0 behind the Auditorium. Please be respectful of others using the room.

Sightseeing

A variety of activities in Heidelberg can be found on the website of Heidelberg Marketing.

Travel to and from the venue

During the event, we provide conference shuttle buses to and from EMBL. In addition, there is the public bus 39A that serves the EMBL campus and taxis can be easily booked at any time. Information on the shuttle buses can be found on the individual event website and more detailed information on travelling to EMBL can be found on our Travel Information page.

Additional information

Address: EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany

Please find additional information including FAQs, terms and conditions, COVID-19 safety policy and travelling to EMBL on our Information for Participants page.

Technical requirements and event software

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Technical requirements

Below you will find the software and technical requirements for this course.

  • Participants need to bring their own laptops, which will be used to remotely access EMBL virtual machines with pre-installed software.
  • You will need admin rights to install the software required to access the virtual machines. If you do not have admin rights, please contact your technical support team in advance to make sure the software can be installed.
  • If you have a non-standard HDMI port (other than type A), you need to bring an adaptor.
  • Keyboard and PC mouse are available for use with a standard USB port. If you have a different port type, such as USB-C, you will need to bring your own.

Event software

The EMBL eCampus learning platform will be used to collaborate, communicate and network with all of the course participants. All participants will receive information on how to join shortly before the course. We recommend using Chrome, Safari or Mozilla Firefox browsers for eCampus. 

Additional information

Please find additional information including FAQs, terms and conditions, COVID-19 safety policy and travelling to EMBL on our Information for Participants page.

COVID-19 related questions

COVID-19 information for on-site events at EMBL Heidelberg can be found in our COVID-19 FAQs.

Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities

We offer a variety of event sponsoring possibilities, with the flexibility to select a set sponsorship package or combine individual sponsorship options to suit your event budget. Discounts are available for companies sponsoring multiple events at EMBL Heidelberg. View other events, or contact sponsorship@embl.de for further information.

If you are interested in becoming a media partner of this event, please visit our media partnerships webpage.

Warning

EMBL wishes to warn sponsors of EMBL conferences and courses of fraudulent schemes purporting to offer sponsorship opportunities on behalf of EMBL or affiliated with EMBL officials. One current scam campaign of which we are aware is conducted using the name ‘Judy Eastman’ (judy@gopcontact.a2hosted.com) and entails approaches to sponsors offering sponsorship opportunities on EMBL’s behalf. Please be kindly advised that all relevant communication regarding sponsorship of EMBL conferences, symposia and courses is handled by EMBL directly and is sent from an official EMBL account. EMBL does not work with any external providers on sponsorship acquisition.

Please also note that:

  • EMBL never provides attendee lists for purchase. Any offers of such are fraudulent.
  • EMBL will never call or email you to ask for your credit card details or to request a payment.
  • All payments are on invoice.

Suspicious communications purportedly from, for or on behalf of EMBL should be reported to EMBL at the following email address sponsorship@embl.de.

Media kit

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Date: 17 - 22 Nov 2024

Location: EMBL Heidelberg

Venue: EMBL Advanced Training Centre


Deadline(s):

Application: 25 Aug 2024


Organisers:

  • Christian Münz
    UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
    • Estefanía Rodríguez
      BERNHARD NOCHT INSTITUTE FOR TROPICAL MEDICINE, GERMANY
      • Jan Jacob Schuringa
        UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS

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