Highlights of celebrating 10 years Immuno Valley at the Annual Conference 2018

We look back on a very successful Immuno Valley Conference 2018 which took place on September, 25th. National and international speakers presented the latest scientific breakthroughs, including innovative technologies and promising new products in the field of infectious and inflammatory diseases.

We welcomed over academic and business 120 participants active in the field of Infectious and inflammatory diseases.



The Immuno Valley Annual Conference 2018 started with a retrospective of 10 years Immuno Valley, followed by keynote presentations from prof. Mihai Netea, about Trained immunity and prof. Frederic Rousseau, about targeted protein aggregation.

In addition parallel sessions provided excellent presentations about vaccines, nutrition, alternative therapeutics and diagnostics, given by innovators in public and private organisations: CureVac, Bunyavax, Wageningen University, GlaxoSmithKline, BaseClear, Lallemand Health Solutions, Micreos, TNO, Dopharma, ACTA, Helia Biomonitoring, Eindhoven University of Technology, X-Heal Diagnostics and the Radboud University Medical Center. 

Ultimately, through our partnering and networking activities, we facilitated in establishing new valuable connections.

Many thanks to our speakers and participants for a fruitful and very inspiring day.





Photo credit: Dave Sharman, Sharman Images



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