Global SARS-CoV-2 Expert Symposium 2022

get the latest research insights on molecular and cellular immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 presented by leading groups around the world

On-Line Event, Thursday, 24 March 2022

12:50pm (GMT) / 8:50am (ET) / 8:50pm (GMT+8)

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Following last year’s ProImmune SARS-CoV-2 Expert Symposium which attracted more than 1000 scientists, we are delighted to announce the next meeting in this exceptional series.

By participating in this half-day symposium, you will be inspired by renowned global experts presenting their SARS-CoV-2 research and discussing their latest insights and what they perceive to be the main challenges still to be overcome in this pandemic.

With new variants such as Omicron emerging, it is unknown whether or not the current approved vaccine designs will be sufficient to see us through to the end of the pandemic phase of SARS-CoV-2. In this meeting our expert speakers present and discuss key new advancements in our understanding of the molecular and cellular immune response to SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV-2 vaccines as well as novel therapeutic interventions for populations at risk. Don’t miss your chance to hear first hand about these developments and participate in our moderated panel discussion.

Final Program

GMTETGMT+8 ExpertsTalk Title
12:50pm8:50am8:50pmWELCOME
1:00pm9:00am9:00pmDr. Jennifer Juno
Research Officer,
University of Melbourne,
Australia
Establishment and recall of SARS-CoV-2 spike epitope-specific CD4+ T cell memory
1:20pm9:20am9:20pmProf. William Liu Jun
Deputy Director,
Chinese National Influenza Center,
China
Seeing the antiviral T cell immunity: believing the epitope based vaccines
1:40pm9:40am9:40pmDr. Leo Swadling
Research Fellow,
University College London,
UK
Pre-existing polymerase-specific T cells expand in abortive seronegative SARS-CoV-2 infection
2:00pm10:00am10:00pmProf. Nikolai Petrovsky
Research Director,
Vaxine,
Australia
Covax19/Spikogen®; the first approved recombinant spike protein vaccine
2:20pm10:20am10:20pmModerator
Prof. Antonio Bertoletti

Principal Investigator,
Duke-NUS,
Singapore
Experts Panel Discussion Session 1

1. Prof. William Liu Jun
2. Prof. Nikolai Petrovsky
3. Dr. Jennifer Juno
4. Dr. Leo Swadling
2:50pm10:50am10:50pmNETWORKING BREAK
3:20pm11:20am11:20pmMr. Edmund Neo
ProImmune, Singapore
Epitope identification and clinical immune monitoring tools
3:30pm11:30am11:30pmDr. Nawamin Pinpathomrat
Senior Lecturer,
Prince of Songkla University,
Thailand
Immunogenicity and safety of an intradermal ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 boost in healthy general population
3:50pm11:50am11:50pmProf. Marcus Buggert
Group Leader,
Karolinska Institute,
Sweden
SARS-CoV-2-specific T cell responses in healthy and immunodeficient patients
4:10pm12:10pm12:10am (+1)Prof. Paul Klenerman
Principal Investigator,
Oxford University,
UK
PITCH: Covid-19 immunity studies in a UK Health Care Worker Cohort
4:30pm12:30pm12:30am (+1)Moderator
Dr. Jeremy Fry

ProImmune, Oxford, UK
Experts Panel Discussion Session 2

1. Prof. Stephen Kent
2. Prof. Marcus Buggert
3. Prof. Paul Klenerman
4. Dr. Nawamin Pinpathomrat
Expert Pannelist
Prof. Stephen Kent

Professorial Fellow,
University of Melbourne,
Australia
Find out more about
Prof. Kent's breakthrough work in SARS-CoV-2 research
5:00pm1:00pm1:00am (+1)CLOSING

Previous SARS-CoV-2 Expert Symposium

Presentations from our meetings are available online free of charge.


Dr. Kate Broderick, Inovio Pharmaceuticals

Prof. Tao Dong, University of Oxford

Prof. Alessandro Sette, University of California

Prof. Katie Ewer, University of Oxford

Prof. Eui-Cheol Shin, KAIST

Prof. Antonio Bertoletti, Duke-NUS

Dr. Nina Le Bert,
Duke-NUS

Dr. Yanchun Peng, University of Oxford

How will I benefit?

Learn from the academic experts as they highlight their discoveries.

Share information with like-minded scientist from other groups and explore new opportunities for collaboration.

Discover fresh perspectives and novel ideas to combat the challenges in the rapidly changing field of immunology.

Connect with scientists from different part of the world with similar research interest.

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