Mucosal Immunology in health and disease
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    • Mucosal Immunology in health and disease For more information and registration Please visit the congress website: September 29th - October 2nd 2010 Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Invited speakers, EMIG meeting William Agace Intestinal macrophages and dendritic cells Nils Lycke Mucosal vaccination Reina Mebius Development of lymphoid tissues in the gut Oliver Pabst Immune regulation in intestinal disease Maria Rescigno Dendritic cells in the intestines Ludvig Sollid Immunology of coeliac disease Jo Spencer Immunity of the intestinal barrier Thaddeus Stappenbeck Autophagy in inflammatory bowel disease Severine Vermeire Clinical aspects of IBD Ifor Williams Development and function of M cells Call for Papers Contributed papers should be in the form of either oral or poster presentations. Participants wishing to present papers are invited to submit an abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is June 15th, 2010. The abstract submission is possible through the web site starting from February 1st, 2010. Congress venue The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam is located in the centre of Amsterdam.
    • Mucosal Immunology in health and disease Second Announcement EMIG 2010 The 7th European Mucosal Immunology Group meeting (EMIG)-2010 will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, from 29 September – 2 October 2010 at the Royal Tropical Institute. This meeting is intended to bring together basic scientists and clinicians in the field of mucosal immunology with a particular focus on Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and celiac disease. The topics of the meeting will cover the mucosal milieu, bacteria-host interactions, innate and adaptive immunity, balance and imbalance in the mucosal immune response and infectious diseases. There will be special emphasis on current and future therapeutic approaches. It is becoming clear that knowledge of the basic mechanisms pertaining the regulation of mucosal immune responses will shed light on complex disorders affecting mucosal tissues such as inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease and cancer and lead to new therapeutic approaches. With this meeting we hope to bring together leader scientists in the field of mucosal immunology for stimulating discussions on the advancements of the field. Best regards, Janneke Samsom Gerd Bouma Georg Kraal Local organizing commitee Tramedico B.V. Postbus 192 1380 AD Weesp