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Bioss to Attend Immunology 2019 in San Diego

Bioss Antibodies is excited to be attending IMMUNOLOGY 2019, the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Immunologists, in San Diego from May 9 - 13. Our team will be in the exhibit hall Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Booth 538.

The meeting covers a wide range of research areas from the diverse field of immunology — from the effects of the innate and adaptive immune system on autoimmune disease to the potential use of immune response to fight tumors.

This year’s presidential symposium on Sunday, “Interactions of pathogens with the immune system,” will featured presentations by AAI President JoAnne L. Flynn; Philana Lin, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh; Karen A. Norris, University of Georgia; Robert Seder, NIAID, NIH; and Vanja Lazarevic, NCI, NIH.

The meeting will featured distinguished lectures from Andrea J. Tenner, University of California, Irvine; Bruce R. Blazar, University of Minnesota; and Gwendalyn J. Randolph, Washington University, St. Louis.

The entire scientific program and abstract book can be viewed on the IMMUNOLOGY 2019 website.

AAI currently serves more than 8,000 members globally and publishes The Journal of Immunology and ImmunoHorizons. In past years, more than 4,000 researchers, clinicians, administrators, and others in the immunology field have attended the annual meeting.

Come visit Bioss at BOOTH 538 to learn about our extensive selection of primary antibodies for immunology research. Our scientific team will be on hand to answer any questions and provide product resources.

We will also be handing out plenty of IgGy and AbBy the dragons and other giveaways!

Iggy and Abby

Ian Dillingham

Posted by Ian Dillingham

@IDillingham is the marketing manager for Bioss, focused on bringing researchers and students news from the world of science. Prior to joining the team, he studied neuroscience and pharmacology at the University of Michigan and UCLA.

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