The Australasian Society for Immunology (ASI) recently awarded Professor Chris Parish Honorary Life Membership in recognition of his enormous contribution to the Society and Australian immunology research.
To celebrate this great achievement, we will hold a symposium at JCSMR on the afternoon of the 23rd November followed by a cocktail party.
Speakers for the afternoon’s program are:
1.30-2.10pm A perspective on immunology in the Parish era
Tony Basten, Immunology Program, Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
2.10-2.30pm Chris Parish: Chemistry and immunology
Chris Goodnow, Department of Immunology, JCSMR, ANU.
2.30-2.50pm Novel roles for heparan sulfate and heparanase in Type 1 diabetes
Charmaine Simeonovic, Department of Immunology, JCSMR, ANU.
2.50-3.20 Afternoon tea
3.20-3.40pm From Vision to Vaccine : the challenges of navigating the commercial path of novel antigen delivery technologies
Ines Atmosukarto, CEO, Lipotek.
3.40-4.10pm Metastasis, inflammation, heparan sulfates and other stories
Deirdre Coombe, School of Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University
4.10-4.40pm PI-88, Dz13 and other crosstalk
Levon Khachigian, Centre for Vascular Research, University of New South Wales.
4.40-5pm Paradoxical observations in immunology and genomics
Chris Parish Department of Immunology, JCSMR, ANU.
5-6pm Cocktail party in the foyer - Please RSVP to Laura Vitler