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Annual Meeting On Allergy and Immunology

ABOUT CONFERENCE

ABOUT CONFERENCE
  • The organizing committee and the scientific community at Scietech group takes immense pleasure in inviting our cardinal participants and speakers from across the world to the Conference of "Annual Meeting On Allergy and Immunology" scheduled on September 28 - 29, 2020 at Toronto, Canada. The conference themed “ Exploring human immune system” is indeed going to be of high relevance with its proficient keynote speakers from diverse fields and its studious delegates. The gathering includes keynote speeches, poster presentation, oral presentation, seminars, workshops, symposium, and exhibitions in the program. 
    Why to attend? 
    Immunology 2020, creates a great opportunity for Exclusive Sessions and Panel discussions on latest innovations in Immunology and Biomedical sciences and also lectures by the active Investigators, keynote forums by Renowned Immunologists.
    It provides a stage for Poster Sessions on latest Innovation in all the relevant Areas, open Innovation Challenges, post-Doctoral Career Development Session, B2B Meetings, Global Networking with 50+ Countries, Novel techniques to benefit your research, best platform for Global business and Networking opportunities.
    Meet the editors of refereed journals, Society and Association members across the Globe, its also creates an excellent platform to showcase the latest products in Immunology and affiliates

    Target Audience 
    • Immunologists 
    • Immunology Scientists 
    • Immunology Student 
    • Immunology Associations and Societies 
    • Business Entrepreneurs 
    • Training Institutes 
    • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies 
    • Young Research people 
    • Healthcare Industries 
    • Pharmaceutical Industries 
    • Rheumatologists 
    • Pulmonologists 
    • Allergists 
    • Pathologists 
    • Clinical Immunologists 
    • Physicians 
    • Pediatricians 
    • Virologists 
    • Biotechnologists 
    • Immunology professionals 
    • Infectious diseases treatment doctors 
    • University Professors 
    • Various Societies and their members 
    • Institutes-Medical Schools Students 
    • Research Scholars 
    • Laboratory technicians 
    • Business Entrepreneurs 
    • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies 
    • Companies producing vaccines, GMO’s and allergy therapeutics 
    • Plant immunologists 
    • Surgeons 
    • Neurologists 
    • Oncologists 
    • Bioinformaticians 
    • Curious minds 

    Conference Opportunities: 
    For Researchers and Faculty Members: 
    Speaker Presentations 
    Poster Display 
    Symposium hosting 
    Workshop organizing 
    For Universities, Associations & Societies: 
    Association Partnering 
    Collaboration proposals 
    Academic Partnering 
    Group Participation 

    For Students and Research Scholars: 
    Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award) 
    Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter) 
    Student Attendee 
    Group registrations 
    For Business Delegates: 
    Speaker Presentations 
    Symposium hosting 
    Book Launch event 
    Networking opportunities 
    Audience participation 
    For Product Manufacturers: 
    Exhibitor and Vendor booths 
    Sponsorship opportunities 
    Product launch 
    Workshop organizing 
    Scientific Partnering 
    Marketing and Networking with clients 

    SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS: 
    1) Immunity and immune system : 
       Immunity is the defensive mechanism of our body. Immune system includes various body organs that involves in protection of the body whenever any foreign body enters into the human body. When immune system works properly, it recognizes various threats such as parasites, viruses, bacteria, toxins and thereby distinguishes them from the body’s own healthy tissue. Immune system is activated by various mechanism. It include: 
    A. Innate immunity: has 4 defensive barriers: 
    Anatomic (Skin and mucous membrane ) 
    • Physiologic ( Temperature, low pH, chemical mediators) 
    • Endocytic and Phagocytic. 
    • Inflammatory. 
    B. Adaptive Immunity : has cells like : 
    • Antigen specific T cells 
    • B cells. 
    Immune system includes major components like lymph node, spleen, bone marrow, lymphocytes, Thymus, leucocytes. 
     Related societies: 
    • American Academy of Allergy. 
    • American Association of Immunologists. 
    • National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. 
    • Canadian Society for Immunology. 
    • British Society for Immunology. 
    When the normal immune system is altered or malfunctions, it can provoke illness or disease. This illness or diseases are due to over reacting of immune system (so called as hypersensitivity reactions), inappropriate reaction to own (auto immunity) or by ineffective immune response (immunodeficiency). 
    Types of Hypersensitivity reactions include: 
    • Type I: immediate hypersensitivity. 
    • Type II: cytotoxic or antibody-dependent hypersensitivity. 
    • Type III: immune complex disease. 
    • Type IV: delayed-type hypersensitivity. 
    Subtracks: 
    • Cardiac Immunopathology 
    • Respiratory Immunopathology 
    • Scleroderma 
    • Hemorrhagic fevers & Pathophysiology 
    • Neurological immunopathology 
     Related societies: 
    • German Society for Immunology. 
    • Finnish Society for Immunology. 
     • British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
    • European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. 
    • Russian Society for Immunology. 
    3) Cellular Immunology and Latest Innovations: 
    Cellular immunology involves only the involvement of activation of phagocytes , antigen-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes, but not involving antibodies. It is the interactions among cells and molecules of the system that contribute to the recognition and elimination of pathogens. 
    • Immune Deficiency & HIV 
    • Immunological Aspects of Endocrine Disease & Renal Disease 
    • Immunological Aspects of Infection 
    • Adaptive immunity 
    • Immunoglobulins 
    • Functions of Antibodies 
    • Complement System 
    • Monocytes and Macrophages 
    • Non-Antibody immunity 
    • Resistance to Intracellular Microbial and Viral infection 
    • Immune Regulation 
    • Immunological Techniques 
    Related societies: 
    • European Federation of Immunological Societies. 
     • Australasian Society for Immunology. 
    • Indian Immunology Society. 
     • Korean Society for Immunology. 
    • Japanese Society for Immunology. 
     4) Immunoresearch and Immunotechnology : 
    This track deals with technology that involves application of cells and molecules of immune system. An antibody-based microarray is setting a novel proteomic technology sets a new standard for molecular profiling of non-fractionated complex proteomes. These play important role in diagnosing disease, monitoring and identifying molecules of interest. 
     • Immunological Assay 
    • Antiibody-Fusions 
    • Nano-Immunotechnology 
    • Technology Development and Applications 
    • Novel Approaches in Immunology 
    • Antibody Engineering & Technology 
    • Antigen-Antibody Interactions 
    • Recombinant Immuno-Conjugates 
    • Characterization of Lymphocytes 
    • Immunodiagnostic & Immunotechniques 
    • Transcriptomics 
    • Microarray 
    Related societies: 
    • Clinical Immunology Society. 
     • Society for Immunology and Immunopathology. 
    • Turku Immunology Centre. 
    • Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
     • Cuban Society for Immunology. 
     5) Autoimmune & Inflammatory Diseases : 
    Auto immune is the condition in which, our own immune system attacks own body cells assuming them as foreign substrates. Abnormal immune responses bring about autoimmune diseases. Women are commonly affected by autoimmune diseases than men. The pathological effects of autoimmune diseases include damage of tissues, altered organ growth and changed organ function. HIV is a group of conditions that is caused as a result of the infection by human immunodeficiency virus. HIV/AIDS has affected society, both as a disease and as a source of separation. The vital cells such as T cells, macrophages and dendritic cells are infected by HIV. 
    • Rheumatoid arthritis 
    • Inflammatory bowel disease 
    • Paediatric HIV 
    • Sexually transmitted diseases 
    • Autoimmune Research: An Overview 
    • Future Immunomodulation Strategies 
    • Current Evidence and Future Perspectives of Autoimmunity 
    • Immunomodulatory Effects on Immune System 
    • Inflammasome 
    • Immunomodulatory Xenobiotics 
    • Autoimmune pancreatitis 
    • Autoimmune retinopathy 
    • Inflammation and Inflammatory factors 
    • Vasculitis and Autoimmune Disease 
    • Chronic Inflammation 
    • Bone involvement in Monogenic Auto-inflammatory Syndromes 
    Related societies: 
    • Norwegian Society for Immunology. 
    • American Academy of Allergy. 
    • Asthma and Immunology. 
    • American Academy of Allergy. 
    • American Association of Immunologists. 
    6) Immunotoxicology : 
    Immunotoxicology is the science that deals with toxic effects on the body when exposed to any foreign substances. Adverse effects leads to hypersensitivity, immunodeficiency and auto immunity. 
    • Computational techniques for immunogenicity assessment 
    • Immunogenicity evaluation for peptide therapeutics 
    • Immunogenicity evaluation for biosimilars 
    • Protein accumulation, organic movement and immunogenicity 
    • Hematology Tests 
    • Histopathology Indicators 
    • Organ and Body Weight Indicators 
    • Developmental Immunotoxicology 
    • Genetic Toxicology 
    • Drug Toxicology 
    • Immunogenicity 
    Related societies: 
    • National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. 
    • Canadian Society for Immunology. 
    • British Society for Immunology. 
     • German Society for Immunology. 
    • Finnish Society for Immunology
    7) Haematopoietic And Lymphoid Malignancies & Immune System Development : 
     Haematopoietic and lymphoid malignancies are tumors that influence the blood, bone marrow, lymph, and lymphatic system. Malignancies of the hematopoietic and lymphoid tissues incorporate the leukemias, myeloproliferative neoplasms, plasma cell dyscrasias and dendritic cell neoplasms. The immune system assumes a double job against malignant growth: it counteracts tumor cell outgrowth and furthermore shapes the immunogenicity of the tumor cells. Disease cells can escape from the immune system by hindering T lymphocytes initiation. New immunotherapies have been created to focus on these T lymphocytes initiation modulators: the immune checkpoints, characterized as atoms of immune system that either turn up a flag or turn down a flag. The vast majority of the malignancies shield themselves from immune system by repressing actuation of T cell. 
    Related societies: 
    • British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
    • European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. 
    • Russian Society for Immunology. 
    • European Federation of Immunological Societies. 
    • Australasian Society for Immunology. 
    8) Immunogenetics : 
    Immunogenetics is the science that deals with relationship between immune system and genetics. This study helps in development of drug delivery, organ transplant, blood transfusions and prevent rejection reactions and hypersensitivity reactions. 
    • Immunogenetics and Pharmacogenetics 
    • Genetic Research 
    • Immunogenetics of Neurological Disease 
    • Immunoglobulin Genotypes and Cognitive functions 
    • Mechanisms behind TB, HBV, and HIV Chronic infections 
    Related societies: 
    • Indian Immunology Society. 
    • Korean Society for Immunology. 
    • Japanese Society for Immunology. 
    • Clinical Immunology Society. 
    • Society for Immunology and Immunopathology. 
    9) Cancer And Tumor Immunobiology
    It is the branch of science that observes the relationship between immune system and cancer. It helps in development of drug regimen based on individual condition and severity. It is a field of research that finds out the malignancy immunotherapies to treat and cease the movement of disease. Cancer and Tumor Immunobiology mainly focuses on I immune system is working or not against malignant tumors. Certain cells of the immune system, including normal executioner cells, dendritic cells (DCs) and effector T cells, are equipped for driving strong enemy of tumor reactions. 
    • Antitumor Effector Cells and Regulation of Tumor Immunity 
    • Carcinogenesis 
    • Cancer Immunology & Immunotherapy 
    • Cancer therapeutic resistance 
    • Tumor-Associated Antigen & Immunosuppression 
    • Mechanisms of Tumor Rejection and Modulation of Antitumor Responses 
    • Pathobiology of Immune System Malignancies 
    • Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy & Targeted therapies 
    • Drug Development & Vaccines 
    • Treatment Approaches for Cancer 
    • Economic Impact on Cancer 
    • Immuno-Oncology studies 
    • Cytokine-based cancer therapy 
    Related societies: 
    • Turku Immunology Centre. 
    • Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
    • Cuban Society for Immunology. 
    • Norwegian Society for Immunology. 
    • American Academy of Allergy. 
    10) Neuroimmunology and neuroinflammation : 
    Neuroimmunology is the study of the interaction that deals with relationship between immune system central nervous system of the body. Research works related with neuro immunology aims at deciphering the extent at which the immune system is involved in regulating complex neuronal circuits and, thereby, is of prime importance to look forward to effective & new strategies that can treat disorders of the central nervous system. The inflammation of a nerve or nervous system is called as neuroinflammation. Neuroinflammation generally occurs as an initiative response to variety of conditions like infections, autoimmunity, toxic metabolites or any traumatic brain injuries. Neuroinflammation can be further classified as Acute Neuroinflammation and Chronic Neuroinflammation. 
    • Neuro-safe connection 
    • Neurophysiology/Epilepsy 
    • Immune system neuropathies 
    • Neurological Infections 
    • Neuro-virology & Neuro-immune Interaction 
    • Encephalitis 
    • Neurolinguistics and Neuroheuristics 
    • Neuroimmune Interaction 
    • Microglia and Neuroinflammation 
    • Neuroinflammatory Disorders 
    • Neural Stem Cell Transplantation 
    • Neuroimmune endocrine system 
    • Interferon signaling and neuroimmunology 
    • Immune-Mediated Neurological Syndromes 
    • Neuroimmunological irresistible illnesses 
    • Maternal cytokines in neurodevelopmental issue 
    • Different Sclerosis and Neurological issue 
    • Neurodegenerative sicknesses 
    • Blood mind obstruction and maladies 
    • Neuro Virology 
     Related societies: 
    • American Association of Immunologists. 
    • National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. 
    • Canadian Society for Immunology. 
    • British Society for Immunology. 
    • German Society for Immunology. 
    11) Reproductive and Behavioral Immunology: 
     This track deals with the relationship between immune system and various components of reproductive system, like blood-testis barriers, fetal-maternal immune response, etc. This helps to identify the reasons for infertility, repeated miscarriages and many other pregnancy complications. Behavioral immunology refers to the branch of behavioral medicine concerned with bidirectional synergies between behavior and the immune system. 
    • Clinical practices in Reproductive Immunology 
    • Immuno-contraceptive Vaccine 
    • Suppression Immunotherapies
    • Current trends in Reproductive Immunology 
    • Sexually Transmitted Infections & Diseases 
    • Immune-mediated sub-fertility and pregnancy complications 
    • Immunogenetics in reproduction 
    • Immunoregulatory Responses 
    • Implications of Immunology 
     Related societies: 
    • Finnish Society for Immunology. 
    • British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
    • European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. 
    • Russian Society for Immunology. 
    • European Federation of Immunological Societies. 
    12) Ocular Immunology and Inflammation: Ocular inflammation is defined as branch that deals with diagnosis and treatment of various inflammatory eye diseases. Uveitis, intraocular inflammation, sclerotis and iritis are various immunologically mediated eye diseases.This integrated immune protection includes parts of humoral, cellular, adaptive, and innate immunity in tears, conjunctiva and even the cornea. 
    • Ocular immune responses 
    • Conjunctiva 
    • Ocular immunoregulatory system 
    • Ocular immunologic reactions 
    • Non-caseating granuloma 
    • Peripheral neuropathy 
    • Retinal vasculitis 
    • Anterior uveitis 
    • Neurosarcoidosis 
    • Ocular Manifestations of Pathogenic Infection 
    • Epidemiology and Clinical Trials in Ocular Inflammation 
    • Immune Keratitis 
    • Allergy and Ocular Surface 
    • Orbital Inflammation and Infection 
    • Immunology of Ocular Tumors 
     Related societies: 
    • Australasian Society for Immunology. 
     • Indian Immunology Society. 
     • Korean Society for Immunology. 
     • Japanese Society for Immunology. 
     • Clinical Immunology Society. 
     13) Immunotherapy, Vaccination & Immunization : 
    Immunotherapy is a biological therapy that is used to treat cancer by boosting up the immune system naturally against cancer cells. Immunotherapy may work by either stopping or slowing the growth of cancer cells or by stopping cancer from spreading to other parts of the body and helping the immune system work better at destroying cancer cells. Vaccination refers to getting a vaccine that is, actually getting the injection or taking an oral vaccine dose. Immunization is the process of both getting the vaccine and becoming immune to the disease following vaccination. 
    • Activation Immunotherapy 
    • Suppression Immunotherapy 
    Helminthic Immunotherapy 
    • Passive / Active Immunotherapy 
    • Vaccination & Immuno-memory 
    • Dendritic Cell-based Immunotherapy 
    • Specific / Non-specific Immunotherapies 
    • Development of Therapies for Human Autoimmune Disease 
    • Immunotherapeutic Drug Design 
    • Therapeutic Modulation of Tolerance and Autoimmune Disease in Animal Models • Immunotherapy Challenges 
    • Children vaccines 
    • Vaccines for Infectious Diseases 
    • Vaccine Research & Development 
    • Tumor & Cancer Vaccine Development and Immune-Based Therapies 
    • Immunotherapeutic Strategies Against Pathogens 
     Related societies: 
    • Society for Immunology and Immunopathology. 
    • Turku Immunology Centre. 
    • Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
    • Cuban Society for Immunology. 
     • Norwegian Society for Immunology. 
    14) Diagnostic And Technological Novelty Of Immunology : 
    Immunodiagnostics are a group of clinical diagnostics which uses diagnostic techniques that utilizes immune system of the body. It plays a major role in understanding about various diseases in humans. These tests come in different types as they can be performed on serum. The techniques are easy to perform and decipher the diseased state of a person. Microfluidics is another prominent advancement in immunodiagnostics and have led to the discovery of microfluidic chips and rapid immunoassays. 
    • Quantitative assay 
    • Radioimmunoassay (RIA) 
    • Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) 
    • Western blot 
    • Flow cytometry 
    Related societies: 
    • Asthma and Immunology. 
    • American Academy of Allergy. 
    • American Association of Immunologists. 
    • National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. 
    • Canadian Society for Immunology. 
    15) Transplant and Computational Immunology: 
     Transplantation immunology deals with the replacement of cells, tissues or organs from one part of the body to another or from one individual to another in order to restore damaged or diseased tissues or organs. The transplant can be seen by the immune system as a threat and may get destroyed or attacked by the immune system. If this happens the organ dies in less than half an hour time period as it cannot withstand the immune system outbreak. The donor is carefully analysed and matched in order to avoid any risk of transplant rejection. Immunosuppressants are taken to prevent transplant rejection or to treat the transplant rejection. The drawback of immunosuppressive drugs is that, they may leave the patients with various side effects. Computational immunology is a discipline of science that incorporates high-throughput genomic and bioinformatics approaches to immunology. This usually helps to convert immunological data into computational problems and further solving them using mathematical and computational approaches . 
    • Transplant therapies 
    • Transplant rejection 
    • Autografting 
    • Stem cell transplantation 
    • Immunosuppressive specialists: Current patterns 
    • Resilience enlistment; xenotransplantation; islet cell transplantation 
    • Hostile to contributor antibodies and flow inquire about 
    • Potential xenotransplantation 
    • Immunocelltherapy (assenting T cell exchange) 
    • Immunodermatology 
    • Organic clock 
    Related societies: 
    • British Society for Immunology. 
    • German Society for Immunology. 
    • Finnish Society for Immunology. 
    • British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 
    • European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. 
    16) Plant, Veterinary and comparative Immunology: 
    Veterinary immunology is the branch of immunology that deals with the study of all immunological aspects in animals. It is connected to both zoology and veterinary science. Some of the major researches in this field includes development of vaccines, understanding the mechanism of the animal immune system, failure of vaccines and the harmful effects caused by them. Plant immunology is the study that concentrates on how the plants protect themselves from pathogens and infections. Plants lack the adaptive immunity property but have evolved to structure an innate immunity architecture which is strong enough to detect and respond to infections. The innate immune system in plants is two branched. 
    • Disease resistant plant breeding 
    • Pattern triggered immunity 
    • Effector triggered immunity 
    • R genes and r proteins 
    • Plant signaling mechanism 
    • Veterinary vaccination 
    • Veterinary disease prevention 
    • Insect toxicology 
    • Immunoprophylaxis 
    Related societies: 
    • Russian Society for Immunology. 
    • European Federation of Immunological Societies. 
    • Australasian Society for Immunology. 
    • Indian Immunology Society. 
    • Korean Society for Immunology. 
    17) Immunoinformatics and Systems immunology: 
    Immunoinformatics is also known as computational immunology. Management and analysis of immunological data is the important role of immunoinformatics. The immunology research can be improved by the proper use of informatics techniques. It also involves the design and development of various algorithms for the analysis of immunological data. It also helps for dealing with a huge amount of data and defines new immune hypothesises. The data collected and stored will be made accessible to scientists to understand the functions of immune system and to learn about the disease pathogenesis. 
    • Immunomics 
    • DNA vaccines 
    • Immune system modelling 
    • Tools and algorithms 
    • Immunoreceptor signaling: Receptors and pathways 
    • Demonstrating flagging pathways and transcriptional systems 
    • Cell correspondence, movement and elements 
    • Frameworks examination of malignancy and model living beings 
    • Human frameworks immunology
    Related societies: 
    • Japanese Society for Immunology. 
    • Clinical Immunology Society. 
    • Society for Immunology and Immunopathology. 
    • Turku Immunology Centre. 
    • Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.