"Innate Immunity:from Evolution to Revolution"
Innate Immunity: Evolution
Jean March Reichhart (Strasbourg, France) – Drosophila and human innate immunity: an evolutionary perspective
Jonathan Ewbank (Marseille, France) – Innate immunity in C. elegans
Innate Immunity: Effector and Regulatory Mechanisms
Alberto Mantovani (Milan, Italy) – The humoral arm of innate immunity and its interplay with cellular regulatory mechanisms
Siamon Gordon (Oxford, UK) – Macrophages in infection and malignancy
Susanna Cardell (Gothenburg, Sweden) – NKT cells in mice and human and their effectors and regulatory mechanisms
Lorenzo Moretta (Genoa, Italy) – Human NK cell receptors and function
Francesco Tedesco (Trieste, Italy) – The complement system: a new life for an old system
Francesca Granucci (Milan, Italy) – Innate immunity and toll-like Receptor (TLR)
Christian Münz (Zurich, Switzerland) – DC biology and therapy
Niels Borregaard (Copenhagen, Denmark) -- Basic and translational aspects of neutrophils
Innate Immunity in Therapy
Andrea Velardi (Perugia, Italy) – Progress in NK cell immunotherapy in haploidentical hematopoietic transplantation
Edward Lavelle (Dublin, Ireland) – Innate immunity and adjuvants in vaccine design
Dieter Kabelitz (Kiel, Germany) – Gamma delta T cell biology and its use in therapy
The Course takes place in memory and in honour of the Ceppellini School Founder Serafino Zappacosta.
Klas Kärre (Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden),
Lorenzo Moretta (Giannina Gaslini Institute, Genoa, Italy),
Ennio Carbone (Magna Graecia University, Catanzaro, Italy).
S. Fontana, A. Di Giacomo, T. Reynolds