The IUIS 2023 sessions will showcase the latest discoveries and explore how, in practical ways around the world, they can deliver treatments to those who need them. Presentations formats will vary by session type, outlined below. All immunologists have the opportunity to shape the programme’s content by submitting research abstracts from January to May 2023.
Keynote Lectures are the cornerstones of IUIS 2023. Twice a day, all delegates have the opportunity to hear two preeminent scientists present on their topic of expertise including Keynote Topics.
COVID-19 Vaccine Development
ER Stress and Immunity
Fighting Infection Diseases at the Global Level
HIV / TB co Infections
Inborn Errors of Immunity
Lesson from the HIV and COVID Pandemic
Single Cell Profiling
T Cell Checkpoint and Cancer
The CRISPR Revolution: Implication in Immunology Discoveries
Plenary Sessions bring together three diverse global experts to share their insights on the state of immunology, followed by a moderated discussion. IUIS 2023 is delighted to have plenary sessions covering Plenary topics.
Ageing and neurodegenerative disease
Autoimmunity and Allergy
Cancer immunity and Immunotherapy
COVID-19 pathophysiology treatment and prevention
Fibrosis and Type 2 Immunity in health and disease
Immunology at the tissue barrier
Malaria and TB
Vaccines & Immune Memory
Symposia are the core of each IUIS programme. These sessions delve deep into the wide range of IUIS fields of interest, intentionally grouping faculty from all corners of the globe to deliver their perspectives and experiences on wide-ranging themes such as Symposia Topics
|Organoids||Allergy||Antigen Processing and Presentation||Emerging Technology||Reprogramming the Immune System using Nanoparticle Delivery|
|Macrophages||Cancer I||Innate Receptor Signaling||Gene-editing in Immunity||Vaccines for Infection and Cancer|
|Dendritic Cells||Cancer II||Co-inhibitory Molecules||Imaging Inflammatory Lesions||CAR engineered Immune Cells|
|Granulocytes Regulation and Function||Immunity to Viruses||Complement Receptors||Diagnostic Tools in Immunology||Checkpoint Blockade|
|T Cell Development||Immunity to Fungi and Parasites||Glycoimmunology||System Immunology and AI||Antibody Therapy|
|Regulatory Immune Cells and Immune Regulation||Immunity to Bacteria||Phagocytic Receptors||Cytokine Antagonists in Therapy|
|NK Cells and Invariant Cells||Immune Suppression and Exhaustion||Inflammasome and other Sensors|
|Innate Lymphoid Cells||Inborn Errors of Immunity|
|Immune Cell Trafficking and Homing||Autoimmune Diseases|
|immune Suppression and Exhaustion||Neuroimmunology|
|Tissue Resident Memory T Cells||Immunometabolism|
|B Cell Development and Activation||Microbiome and Immune System|
|Cell Death Immunity and Inflammation||Mucosal Immunology|
|Immunological Memory||Reproductive Immunology|
|Ageing and Immunity|
|Tumor Antigen and Escape Mechanism|
|Veterinary and Comparative Immunology|
New for IUIS 2023 certain symposia will feature presentations from the inaugural group IUIS Rising Stars. Selected from an international pool of new immunology professionals, these stars’ research will be ones to keep an eye on.
Debates couple teams of speakers on opposite sides of a current controversial topic. In this participatory format, audience members will vote at the beginning and end of each session to determine which side won over the most minds.
Oral Abstracts Sessions feature the higher-ranked abstracts submitted to the Congress with a brief presentation followed by a short discussion with the audience.
Pre-Congress – Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) Primer
Date: Monday, 27 November 2023
Location: CTICC Room 2.64-2.66
Pre-Congress – European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Date: Monday, 27 November 2023
Location: To be Confirmed
Registration for these courses is now open. Limited seats!