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    KiiM meeting with SWIMM as a co-organizer
    Oct 3-4, Lidingö'More information coming soon!

    Bioinformatics for Immunologists
    15-19 July 2019
    Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, UK
    Bursary and Application Deadline: 23 April 2019

    April 2–6
    Geilo, Norway
    Please note that the registration deadline is February 15th.  Our word-class line-up of speakers can be found here:

    SWIMM sponsored seminar and the annual meeting of the Swedish Society of Immunology
    March 14 at Gothenburg University (lecture hall Birgit Thilander, Medicinaregatan 3) 14.00 - 16.00
    "Mechanisms of morbidity and mortality during co-infection with malaria and pathogenic intestinal bacteria"
    Professor Kevin Maloy, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow
    The seminar is followed by the annual meeting of SWIMM (same venue)


    Annual meeting - agenda and Zoom link

    Dear all,

    Please find the agenda for the annual meeting 2019-03-14 15.15 here!

    You may also joing the meeting online by Zoom. Join here!


    Save the date for the upcoming KiiM/SWIMM meeting

    The annual KiiM/SWIMM retreat will be held October 3-4th 2019 at Lidingö, Stockholm. Please save the date!

    SWIMM seminar and annual meeting

    The annual meeting of SWIMM will be held in Gothenburg Thursday March 14th. More information about this and the special seminar can be found here!

    Travel grant opportunity!

    The application for travel grant is now open! You find more information here!

    Nobel prize 2018 in medicine or physiology to immunologists!

    The Nobel prize 2018 in medicine or physiology was given to two immunologists for their ground braking research in immune regulation leading to new therapies in cancer treatment. You can find more information here!

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