Virtual Event
Live and Interactive

Research Competition for Trainees with Cash Prizes

Call for Abstracts
Deadline: Nov. 1

Symposium Agenda
Updated Oct 4, 2021

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Featuring Thought Leaders from Industry and Academia





Registration Information



Please Note: Registration Closes Friday, December 3rd.

Full
Registration
US Student (NIH Sponsored) International Student
$95
Live Stream and Recordings
Free
Live Stream Only
$25
Live Stream Only




Research Competition for Trainees



Undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral trainees are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentations.

Abstracts are limited to 300 words (no figures), detailing appropriate background, methods, results, and impact of the work to be presented.

Selected abstracts will be invited for virtual poster presentations, with cash awards.

Abstract Submission Deadline: Nov. 1, 2021



2021 Symposium Speakers

David J. Mooney, PhD

WYSS Institute

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Wayne Hancock, MBSS, PhD

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Sara Meyer, PhD

Thomas Jefferson University

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Bruce Levine, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

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Suzie Pun, PhD

University of Washington

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Vladimir Muzykantov, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

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Willem Mulder, PhD

Eindhoven University of Technology

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Jamie Spangler, PhD

Johns Hopkins

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Liangfang Zhang, PhD

UCSD

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Nichole Daringer, PhD

Rowan University

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Takashi Kei Kishimoto, PhD

Selecta Biosciences

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Gregg Duncan, PhD

University of Maryland

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Peter Gaskill, PhD

Drexel University

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Ebony Gary, PhD

Wistar Institute

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Brian Aguado, PhD

UCSD

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John Bethea, PhD

Drexel University

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De’Broski R. Herbert, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

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Tatiana Segura, PhD

Duke University

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Hong Wang, MD, PhD

Temple University

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Daniel Hammer, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

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Rebecca Pompano, PhD

University of Virginia

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Ankur Singh, PhD

Georgia Tech

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IMES Co‑Chairs

Kara Spiller

Drexel University
BIOMED

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Chris Rodell

Drexel University
BIOMED

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Yinghui Zhong

Drexel University
BIOMED

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Michele Kutzler

Drexel University
College of Medicine

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Hao Cheng

Drexel University
College of Engineering

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Mission



The mission of the Immune Modulation & Engineering Symposium is to bring together researchers in biomedical engineering and basic and translational immunology to advance the rapidly emerging field of immune engineering. The speakers and attendees represent leaders in this field, with expertise in collaborating across disciplines to generate innovative solutions to treat disease and injury by modulating the immune system.

Event Archive



IMES 2020

November 11-13, 2020
Virtual Conference



2020 Agenda



IMES 2019

October 16, 2019
Philadelphia, PA



2019 Agenda




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