European Congress of Immunology

Glasgow, Scotland | 5 - 8 September, 2012

Abstract Submission

The abstracts have been published in Immunology Journal 
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/imm.2012.137.issue-s1/issuetoc 

 An addendum will be published for the outstanding abstracts

 

Abstract Topics 

Innate Immunity Adaptive Immunity Diseases of the Immune System Immune Interventions
Autophagy Ageing Asthma/Allergy Advances in Biologics 1 – Antibodies, Related Molecules and ivlg
Cells on the Move – Chemokines  Antigen Receptors: Specificities, Repertoires & Functions DC, MHC, T Cells and Disease Advances in Biologics 2 – New Developments 
Complement B Cells & Plasma Cells Fundamental Inflammatory Processes Basing Health Policy on Immunological Knowledge – Goals/Achievables
Granulocytes; Basophils, Mast Cells Oesinophils  Cytolytic T Cells Hepatitis & Liver Immunology Biomarkers & Disease Profiling 1: Learning from Genetics
Immune Evasion Effector Th Cell Subsets and Plasticity HIV Biomarkers & Disease Profiling 2: Immune-Monitoring
Innate Mucosal Immunology Evolution and Selection Inflammatory & Atopic Skin Disease Cell Therapy
Innate-Like Lymphoid Cells  Ion Channels Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Gene Therapy
Micro RNA Lymphocyte Development Malaria  Humanised Mice
Myeloid Cell Development Lymphocyte Signalling Mechanisms Metabolic Diseases and Diabetes Immune Suppression
NK Cells Lymphocytes in Tissues Neurological and Neuromuscular Diseases Immuno-Reset
Responding – Innate Signalling Systems Lymphoid Organogenesis Parasitic Diseases Immunotherapy for Cancer
Responding – Leukocyte Cell Biology Lymphomas Primary Immunodeficiency and Rare Diseases Natural Products and Plant Medications 
Responding – Monocyte, Macrophage & DC Functions Memory Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus Neonates – Knowledge and Interventions 
Sensing – Cross Presentation NKT and γδ T Cells Sepsis Nutrition and Vitamins – Basic Immunology as a Foundation for Intervention
Sensing – NLRs, IL1 & Inflammasomes Regularity T Cell Subsets and Plasticity Tuberculosis  Targeting Bacterial, Fungal and Parasitic Infections
Sensing – TLRs and Other Sensors Tolerance and Apoptosis Tumour Immunology Targeting Virus-Induced Diseases
Sensing and Communicating – Lectins and Lectin-Like Receptors

Trafficking and Homeostasis

Veterinary Immunology

Transplantation 
The Immunobiology of Epithelial Cells

Transcription and Epigenetics

Virus Infections Vaccine Development

 

 

Abstract submission guidance:

  1. Abstracts must be submitted before midnight, Friday 15th June 2012. All abstracts will be reviewed by the faculty and successful applicants will be chosen based on originality and clinical applicability of the work.
  2. Presenting authors must be registered for at least 2 days of the ECI 2012 Congress.
  3. Work must be original and not have been published or presented in any international meetings previously.
  4. Abstracts must be typed in English and the abstract body must not exceed more than 2000 characters. 
  5. Abstracts must include the names of the presenting author, co-authors and institute.
  6. Use standard abbreviations and place a special or unusual abbreviation in parenthesis after the full word appears. Write numbers as numerals rather than words.
  7. ECI 2012 scientific faculty reserves the right to accept or refuse an abstract, to designate abstracts as either oral or poster presentations and to choose a suitable session for the abstract.
  8. Please note that when you first input your information, you will click ‘Save draft’: at this stage your abstract is NOT Submitted. To submit your abstract, you will need to return to the abstract submission page, finalise your abstract and click ‘Save FINAL’.  
  9. Please note that abstracts can only be edited whilst in ‘Draft abstracts’. If you have clicked ‘Save FINAL’ so your abstract is displayed in ‘Submitted abstracts’, but you need to edit your abstract, please email the Organiser Secretariat eciabstracts@kenes.com and your abstract will be returned to ‘Draft abstracts’.