The Antibody Society has partnered with numerous conference organizers, including Informa Connect, Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Hanson Wade and Terrapinn, to ensure our members receive substantial discounts on meeting registration fees. As a courtesy, we also list meetings held by non-profit organizations, such as Gordon Research Conferences and KeyStone Symposia.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most meetings will be virtual in 2020. If a location is listed below, potential attendees should check the relevant website for additional information about the meeting.
September 22-24, 2020
Dedicated solely to the development of bispecific antibodies, the 11th Annual World Bispecific Summit is running virtually this September 22-24 to provide you with an exclusive opportunity to network with your peers whilst examining the best methods to overcome the major challenges preventing advancements in the space.
This meeting will dive specifically into technical and scientific subject matters enabling you to develop your candidate therapeutic into the clinic as effectively and economically as possible.
Join fellow Bispecifics enthusiasts to:
- Optimize Therapeutic Opportunity in Solid Tumour Indications – Discover directly from firms that are revolutionizing processes to improve the selectivity of bispecifics in solid tumor indications
- Develop the Translatability & Predictability of Preclinical Methodologies – Assess the actual relevancy of a variety of preclinical approaches to establish a robust pathway to the clinic
- Discover First-Hand from a Variety of Clinical Case Studies – Identify the various elements vital for success in the clinic and identify specifics of clinical failures to optimize future advancement
- Review Bispecifics in Oncology & Beyond – Further understand the true capability of multispecific therapeutics in tackling the unique issues presented by infectious diseases, autoimmune and CNS indications
- Elevate CMC & Analytical Approaches – Recognize the distinctive analytical challenges bispecifics create and identify how to bridge the gap concerning discovery and the clinic
Leave the World Bispecific Summit with the best strategies to significantly improve the success of your bispecific development landscape. Find out more here: https://ter.li/dp3uw2
Society members save 10% on the registration fee! Contact us at email@example.com for the code.
FOCIS 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
October 28-31, 2020
The Antibody Society members are invited to attend the Federation of Clinical Immunology’s FOCIS 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting – THE meeting in translational immunology!
During October 28-31, 2020, this meeting will bring together an interdisciplinary group of world-renowned physicians and researchers to share the latest findings on diseases impacting the immune system.
This 20th-anniversary FOCIS Annual Meeting includes an innovative lineup of topics and presenters. The FOCIS 2020 program has something for everyone:
- More than 20 scientific sessions, presented by more than 50 top clinicians and researchers from around the globe speaking on cutting-edge topics across immunology and its related fields.
- Opening Session with Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Keynote Addresses from Nobel Laureate Dr. Tasuku Honjo, Dr. Federica Sallusto and Dr. Irv Weissman.
- 20th Anniversary presentations from FOCIS founders Dr. David Hafler and Dr. Garry Fathman, Dr. Maria-Grazia Roncarolo, Dr. Carl June, Dr. Marc Feldman and Dr. Gerald Nepom, as well as a prospective look into the next 20 years.
You will also hear the latest on COVID-19 in the special Immune Response to Vaccines and Infections Plenary Session.
Three virtual educational courses held before the virtual meeting to fill your knowledge gaps, including Basic Immunology in Medicine course, Cancer Immunity and Immunotherapy course, and Systems Immunology.
FOCIS sessions will be available around the clock for you to view abstract posters, talk with exhibitors or network with colleagues from across immunology disciplines.
Register today to gain a competitive edge in your career. Join FOCIS prior to registering to secure the lowest registration rates! The Antibody Society members receive a reduced rate on FOCIS membership.
NEW Group Registration: New this year, group registration is offered to groups of 3+ with a commonality of organization or working group. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
8th Antibody Industrial Symposium AIS2020
November 23-24, 2020, Montpellier, France
The 8th Antibody Industrial Symposium AIS2020 jointly organized by the scientific society LabEx MAbImprove and MabDesign, the French association of the Immunotherapy Industrial sector, will be held November 23-24, 2020 in Montpellier. This year’s edition will focus on a major theme chosen by the Scientific Advisory Board:
“Multispecific Abs, Ab-like molecules and adoptive cell therapy for fighting diseases”.
The meeting includes keynote lectures, pitch talks around new creative projects, and industrial talks from big pharmaceutical companies. Moreover, the program will allow opportunities for networking, companies to showcase their new products and technologies as well as dedicated time for business partnering.
Society members save 20% on the registration fee! Contact us at email@example.com for the discount code.
For more information, visit https://aiscongress.com/
Antibody Engineering & Therapeutics USA Virtual
December 13-17, 2020
THE #1 ANTIBODY ENGINEERING CONFERENCE FOR ACCELERATING NEXT GENERATION ANTIBODIES TO COMMERCIAL SUCCESS
Find the latest science, technology and partners in antibody engineering, immunobiology and next generation binders.
Society members save 15% on the registration fee! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the discount code.
ANTIBODY ENGINEERING & THERAPEUTICS STUDENT/POSTDOC POSTER COMPETITION
To recognize the research activities of promising student and postdoctoral attendees of the Antibody Engineering & Therapeutics conference, The Antibody Society is sponsoring a student/postdoc poster competition.
Two winners will be selected to receive:
- Complimentary registration to attend the this year’s virtual conference
- Opportunity to present a virtual poster during the conference
- Digital Badge as Winner of Antibody Society Student Poster Competition
- A lovely crystal Award of Excellence
In order to be considered for this poster competition, you must be a student or postdoc member of The Antibody Society. If you are not already a member, you may register here for a free student or postdoc membership. You must also check the box on the poster submission form indicating that you want your abstract to be considered for the poster competition.
The deadline for submission of your poster abstract for consideration for the student poster competition is Friday, November 6, 2020.
Winners will be notified by Friday, November 13, 2020.
Poster abstracts may be submitted and accepted for presentation at the conference after November 6th, but any submissions received after November 6th will not be considered for the poster competition.