Immunological Memory in Transplantation and Protective Immunity

Date/Time: Monday, September 27, 2021 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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On Monday, September 27, ASHI is offering a Basic Science Symposium on Immune Memory in Transplantation and Protective Immunity. This symposium will highlight experts in the field of T and B cell memory and feature lectures on HLA and COVID19. Immunological memory is critical for rapid and specific responses to invading pathogens, but poses an increased risk for rejection in allo-sensitized transplant recipients. In addition, successful COVID19 vaccination relies on the induction of long-term immunological memory and HLA plays an integral role. Please join us in the discussion of these cutting edge and innovative topics. This symposium has limited space and an additional registration fee.

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Antibody responses to COVID vaccines in SOT recipients

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COVID-19 and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation 

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COVID19 and Solid Organ Transplant

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HLA and COVID19 outcomes

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Mounting protective anti-viral T cell responses

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Multiplex IgG for detecting anti-COVID antibodies

NK memory

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T cell memory and protection against COVID-19 and other viral infections

Tissue Resident memory cells in health, disease and transplantation

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Trained immunity in organ transplantation

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Understanding the Memory B cell Response to SARS-Cov-2 infection and vaccination

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Unrecognized Humoral Alloimmune memory in Transplant/Pregnancy

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