ImVacS, The Immunotherapies and Vaccine Summit, brings together a global audience of vaccine researchers and developers of cancer immunotherapies for four focused meetings that explore the frontiers of immunology as the basis for patient treatment.
Part 1 of the 9th annual "Novel Vaccines" meeting addresses "Adjuvants, TLRs and DNA Vaccines," while Part 2 explores "Emerging Vaccine Technologies." The 2nd annual "Immunomodulatory Therapeutic Antibodies for Cancer" meeting examines developments in the models and tools used in developing these emerging drug products, while the inaugural "Combination Cancer Immunotherapy" meeting focuses on the application of these antibody programs in combination with other treatment modalities. Target Discovery for T Cell Therapy Symposium will bring together leading academic and industry researchers to discuss how to find and validate suitable targets and antigens for t cell therapies.
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CHI offers comprehensive packages that can be customized to your budget and objectives. Sponsorship allows you to achieve your goals before, during, and long after the event. Packages may include presentations, exhibit space and branding, as well as the use of delegate lists. Signing on early will maximize your exposure to qualified decision-makers and drive traffic to your website in the coming months.
Exhibitors will enjoy facilitated networking opportunities with qualified delegates, making it the perfect platform to launch a new product, collect feedback, and generate new leads. Exhibit space sells out quickly, so reserve yours today!
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