FOCiS 2017

First held in 2001, the FOCiS Annual Meeting draws the best clinician scientists from around the world to participate in the scientific program, bringing together cutting-edge science from various disease fields related to clinical immunology.

The FOCiS approach to clinical immunology is unique, concentrating on breaking down clinical barriers between specialties and focusing on the shared pathologies of diseases and conditions. At FOCiS 2017, researchers and clinicians from over 40 disease and specialty-specific societies will unite to share knowledge across traditional disease borders, and identify commonalities between treatments and therapies that are life changing for those affected with immune-mediated diseases.

With an innovative lineup of topics and presenters, this year’s program has something for everyone! Make plans today to attend FOCiS 2017 – the meeting in translational immunology that will give you a competitive edge in your career. See you in Chicago.  

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Plenary Sessions

  • Fueling the Immune Response
    Laurence Turka, MD
    Luke O'Neil, PhD
    Jeff Rathmell, PhD
  • Strategies for Antigen Specific Tolerance
    Megan Levings, PhD
    Mark Peakman, PhD
    Mark Larche, PhD
  • Cellular Immune Therapies
    Kathryn Wood, PhD
  • Cell Subsets
    Fiona Powrie, FRS
    Vijay Kuchroo, PhD
    Federica Sallusto, MD
  • Microbiome/Immune Interactions
    Laurence Zitvogel, MD, PhD
    Thaddeus Stappenbeck, MD, PhD
    Cathryn Nagler, PhD
  • Manipulating Follicular T Cells
    Shane Crotty, PhD
    Marcus Clark, MD
    Arlene Sharpe, MD, PhD
  • Tissue Resident Immune Cells
    Laura Mackay, PhD
    Thomas Kupper
    Donna Farber, PhD
  • Dissecting Single Cell
    Garry Nolan
    PhD; William Robinson, MD, PhD
    David Hafler, MD
  • Next Generation Cytokine Modulation
    Daniel Campbell, PhD
    Chris Hunter, PhD
    John O'Shea, MD

MEMBER SOCIETY SYMPOSIA

  • Immune Cells as Therapies
    Presented by the American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (ASBMT) and the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR)
  • Molecular Signatures: Providing Clues for Management and Therapy in Transplantation, Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer
    Presented by the Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists (AMLI) and the American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (ASHI)

COURSES

  • Three educational courses wil be held before the meeting to fill your knowledge gaps, including Basic Immunology in Medicine, Computational Immunology, and the new Cancer Immunity and Immunotherapy course. Package registration rates are available!

Our Corporate Sponsors

TTS gratefully acknowledges the Corporate Partners whose generous support makes the work of the Society possible:

  • astellas
  • roche
  • sanofi