Global Influenza Initiative

Human Immunology Conference in Greece

We had a blast at the 3rd Human & Translational Immunology Conference, held at the picturesque Rhodes, Greece! After a two-year wait, we were thrilled to join the fold as the world’s best human immunology conference made its grand comeback, and Atomic Lab was there!

Adriana presented Atomic Lab’s ground-breaking work and exciting preliminary data on how T cells are shaped by flu multiple exposures. There’s an intriguing story brewing here, so watch this space!

We were in the company of some truly awe-inspiring individuals. It was particularly heartwarming to take the stage with Danny and Bali. Our bonds extend beyond work, making this experience even more meaningful. Muz Haniffa’s and Donna Farber’s presentations were cherry on top! We did miss Roxanne though – the conference just wasn’t the same without her!

Engaging discussions on human immunology with Nature Immunology editors Yvonne and Jamie, were both thought-provoking and fun. When lively discussions are the name of the game, our band of immunology enthusiasts is never far behind (pun intended Yvonne)!

Atomic Lab left the conference buzzing with renewed enthusiasm and an even stronger resolve to push the boundaries of immunology towards human immunology 2.0 which is well and truly underway – exciting times lie ahead!

And finally, a massive shoutout to the organisers! They outdid themselves once again, making this event an unforgettable experience! Until next time, we continue our journey to explore the untapped potential in immunology. Exciting adventures await!

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