Teaching Day Program

Teaching Day is taking place on August 26 from 08:30 to 11:30. The first part is the overall lectures which are open to all delegates and no pre-registration is required.

The workshops are intended for PhD students and junior researchers in the field. Registration is required and participants indicate two topics of their choice. Workshops take place at 11:30-12:30, and 12:45-13:45, and each topic is offered twice

Supporting documents

Final program Click here and group allocation. Click here

Workshop 1. Room: B005. Complement diagnostics
Tutor: Zoltan Prohaszka

Workshop 2. Room: B007. Complement genetics. No prereadings will be uploaded in advance.
Tutor: Santiago Rodriguez de Cordoba

Workshop 4. Room: B008. Animal models in complement research. No prereadings will be uploaded in advance.
Tutor: Jörg Köhl

Workshop 5. Room: B102. Methods involving immune cells. No prereadings will be uploaded in advance.
Tutor: Christian Karsten

Workshop 6. Room: B201. Complement in renal disorders Click here
Tutor: Marina Noris

Workshop 7. Room: B202. Complement in hemolytic disorders. No prereadings will be uploaded in advance.
Tutor: Sacha Zeerleder

Workshop 8. Room: B301. Complement in cancer Click here
Tutor: Lubka Roumenina

Workshop 9. Room: B302. The clinician's perspective. Click here
Tutor: Marten Trendelenburg

Workshop 10. Room: B306. Complement in transplantation, ischemic & thromboinflammatory conditions. Click here
Tutors: Kristina Nilsson Ekdahl, Bo Nilsson

About Bern

The city itself and the surroundings of Bern offer plenty of forests and gardens, a zoo at the river Aare, as well as art museums and sport facilities. It’s not far either to the famous mountains of the Alps. For several years, Bern has been ranked among the world’s top ten cities worldwide for the best quality of life.





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