Diese Konferenzen wurden von Mitgliedern des Medical Immunology Campus Erlangen organisiert
47. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Immunologie (DGfI) - 50 Jahre DGfI
Zeit: 12.-15. September 2017
Zeit: 9.–14. October 2016
Zeit: 5.–7. October 2016
Ort: Institute of Microbiology – Clinical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene
This international symposium brings together renowned experts of molecular mycology to discuss distinct as well as common principles of fungal virulence and infections affecting plants and patients. Besides a plenary talk given by Prof. Dr. Regine Kahmann from the MPI of Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, regular sessions with invited speakers, short talks by upcoming researchers in the field, and a poster exhibition will provide an up-to-date overview on this exciting topic of infection research.
Zeit: 9.-11. September 2016
Ort: Neues Hörsaalzentrum, Ulmenweg 18, Erlangen
The 5th International GK Symposium "Regulators of Adaptive Immunity" will address recent advances in B and T cell biology as well as new findings regarding the development of autoimmune and leukemic diseases. The symposium will also provide a communication platform for highly motivated doctoral students and renowned experts in the field of immunology.
This symposium is organized by the graduate students of the DFG Research Training Programs GK1660 (Director: Hans-Martin Jäck), IRTG-TRR130 (Directors: Hans-Martin Jäck & Fritz Melchers). The Research Training Programs are supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the State of Bavaria to provide doctoral students with a structured educational and research program.
Tag der Immunologie
Zeit: 30. April 2016
International Conference – Infectious Disease Immunology Meets Molecular Microbiology on the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Institute
Zeit: 7.-9. April 2016
8th International Cellular Therapy Symposium
Zeit: 19.-20. März 2015
Zeit: 08.03.2015 - 13.03.2015
DGHM Fachgruppen Workshop
Zeit: 26.-27. Februar 2015
Die Mitglieder der Fachgruppe "Eukaryontische Krankheitserreger" der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Hygiene und Mikrobiologie (DGHM) widmen sich der Erforschung klinisch relevanter Parasiten und Pilze, die Auslöser für vielfältige und auch schwerwiegende Krankheiten des Menschen sein können. Der kommende jährliche Workshop der Fachgruppe wird am Mikrobiologischen Institut des Universitätsklinikums Erlangen stattfinden (Organisation: Sven Krappmann) und soll Beiträge zur Virulenz und Resistenz fungaler oder parasitärer Krankheitserreger, zur Wirtsimmunität gegenüber diesen Keimen, als auch zur Diagnostik der entsprechenden Infektionen beinhalten; darüber hinaus ist Frau Dr. Elaine Bignell, stellvertretende Leiterin der Manchester Fungal Infection Groupals Sprecherin für einen Plenarvortrag geladen
Zeit: 05.10.2014 - 10.10.2014
The Autumn School “Current Concepts in Immunology” is organized by the German Society for Immunology and addresses master, diploma and first-year doctoral students. Comprehensive immunological knowledge will be imparted, and participants will be actively involved during student presentations, meet-the-speaker sessions and interactive discussions. Intense exchange between lecturers and students will provide the possibility to set up a network of lecturers and students.
Zeit: 09.03.2014 - 14.03.2014
The 27th Annual Meeting of the European Macrophage and Dendritic Cell Society (EMDS)
Zeit: 10.10.2013 - 12.10.2013
This international conference is organized by the European Macrophage and Dendritic Cell Society and takes Ort in a different European city every year. The conference theme and focus of the 2013 meeting was Myeloid Cells: Microenvironment, Microorganisms and Metabolism - From Basic Science to Clinical Applications. The 2013 meeting took Ort at the Neues Hörsaalgebäude in cooperation with the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and the Universitätsklinikum Erlangen.
Overall, the main focus and theme of this year´s EMDS meeting was Ortd on the interaction of myeloid cells with the microflora and microbial pathogens, on their modulation by the microenvironment and milieu factors, and on aspects of myeloid metabolism and development. These central themes were covered in seven symposia by 18 invited distinguished scientists. Alongside these 18 scientifically intriguing presentations, 23 short oral presentations, chosen by an international review panel from 130 submitted abstracts, gave fascinating insights in the various fields of myeloid cell research. Those abstracts not chosen for oral presentation were presented as posters in two designated poster sessions. In accordance with the EMDS meeting tradition, all talks took Ort in one single lecture room and the poster presentations, coffee and lunch breaks as well as the industrial exhibition were in the same location.
In all, the conference brought together 275 scientists from 18 different countries (14 European countries as well as from the USA, Canada, Mexico and Australia).
Zeit: 06.10.2013 - 11.10.2013
Ort: Bad Schandau
Zeit: 27.09.2013 - 29.09.2013
Zeit: 21.07.2013 - 23.07.2013
Ort: Obertrubach, Fränkische Schweiz
7th International Cellular Therapy Symposium
When: March 14-15, 2013
Cellular Therapy 2011
When: March 24-25, 2011
Scientific Program: Antigen-specific T cells; Regulatory T cells; B cells; NK-cells; Antigen presenting cells; Adoptive transfer; vaccination; Allogeneic stem cell transplantation
Scientific Organization: Andreas Mackensen (Erlangen), Gerold Schuler (Erlangen), and Reinhard Andreesen (Regensburg)
When: May 14-17, 2011
Ort: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg
This interdisciplinary workshop (chair: Thomas Stamminger, Erlangen) is dedicated to both clinical and molecular aspects of cytomegaloviruses and related betaherpesviruses.
4th Weißenburg Symposium: Epigenetics and the Control of Gene Expression
A German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina Symposium
When: June 20-22, 2011, Start: 09:00 a.m.
Ort: Kulturzentrum Karmeliter Kirche, Weißenburg
Scientific Program: Mechanisms in Chromatin Organization and Promoter Control; Control of Gene Expression; Methylation Patterns, de novoMethylation and RNA-based Epigenetic Systems; 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine; Epigenetics, Reprogramming, and Disease; Cancer Epigenetics; Epigenetics and Viral Latency; Environmental Factors Reach the Genome via DNA Methylation
Scientific Organization: Walter Doerfler (Erlangen/Cologne), Bernhard Fleckenstein (Erlangen), and Ulf Pettersson (Uppsala)
There is no registration required. Please have a look at the Weissenburg accomodation website for hotels and lodging facilities.
Women in Science
When: July 09, 2010
Ort: Seminar Room, Department of Clinical and Molecular Virology, Schlossgarten 4, Erlangen
On 09 July 2010, the “Women in Science” minisymposium was hosted by the Research Training Group 1071 “Viruses of the Immune System” and organized by PhD students Sarah Jill de Jong and Kristin Katsch. Speakers were Prof. Ulrike Protzer, Munich, PD Dr. Barbara Müller, Heidelberg, and Prof. Martina de Zwaan, Erlangen. Prof. Protzer and PD Dr. Müller presented their scientific education and career paths and talked about tackling the challenges of e.g. a double career at two institutions, the compatibility of science, teaching and family, and the importance of taking the right opportunities at the right Zeit as well as the necessity of networking. Prof. de Zwaan, Women’s Representative at the Friedrich Alexander University (FAU) Erlangen-Nuremberg, gave an overview on the situation of women in science today, considering aspects of publication efficiency, the proportion of female researchers in decision making positions, work load, salaries, and the working status of parents. Furthermore, Prof. de Zwaan presented the various measures taken at the FAU to challenge the loss of highly qualified female scientists, e.g. offering career support by the ARIADNE mentoring and “Fit-for-Science” programs, presenting role models in the seminar series “Gender Lectures”, implementing stipends, awards, and a fund for equal opportunity initiatives, and providing family services. Lively discussions confirmed the relevance of the topic “women in science”.
When: October 3-8, 2010
Ort: Bad Schandau, Germany
When: October 8-10, 2010
Ort: Welcome Hotel, Bamberg
When: October 15-17, 2010
From 15 to 17 October 2010, the 3rd International GK Symposium on Regulators of Adaptive Immunity was hosted by PhD students of the DFG (German Research Foundation) doctoral research training groups GK592, GK1071, the doctoral research training group of the research unit FOR832 and the doctoral research training group of the collaborative research center SFB643. By presenting renowned international experts in the field of immunology, the symposium provided a communication platform for doctoral students from various Erlangen training and research groups, as well as for numerous doctoral students and post doctoral researchers from outside Erlangen. Scientific sessions were dedicated to recent advances in B and T cell biology and new findings regarding the development of autoimmune and leukemic diseases as well as antiviral responses. With more than 350 participants from Erlangen and all over Germany, the three-day symposium has been well established and quickly become a tradition as a forum for highly motivated doctoral students and experts in immunological research since its launch in 2006.
By setting up an international symposium, the organizing doctoral students had the opportunity to directly interact with the speakers and to gain new perspectives and experience in scientific and conference management. In addition, the students chaired the scientific sessions together with a faculty member. The next (4th) International GK Symposium will be in fall 2012.
ECI Satellite Symposium: “NK cells, Myeloid Cells and Lymphocytes in Autoimmunity and Infection”
When: September 17, 2009
Ort: Seminar Room, Department of Clinical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene, Wasserturmstra�e 3-5, 1st floor, Erlangen
On 17 September 2009, MICE hosted the "NK Cells, Myeloid Cells and Lymphocytes in Autoimmunity and Infection" satellite symposium to the European Congress of Immunology. Keynote speakers were Jim DiSanto, Paris: Intestinal protection via 'NK' cell-derived IL-22, Sammy Bedoui, Melbourne: The role of different DC subsets in skin immunity to HSV-1, Marco Colonna, St Louis: ITAM signaling in macrophages, and Pier Luigi Meroni, Milano: Anti-phospholipid antibodies mediate fetal loss by involving both the adaptive and innate immunity. Young scientists from MICE had the opportunity to present their data and discuss them with international experts.
Group photo from ECI Satellite Symposium