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Decipher the engimas about the most complex issues on immunology by purchasing our signature course on Basic and Translational Immunology by Prof. Abul K. Abbas and author of the best-selling immunology book worldwide.

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Understanding the underlying disease mechanisms of autoimmunity may contribute to the development of novel targeted-therapeutic approaches, improving the management and treatment of patients with autoimmune disorders. Professor Abul K. Abbas deciphers the enigmas that a student or a clinician of immunology may have approaching the most complex issues of immunology. He brings the basic immunology as close as possible to the practical issues of pathogenesis but also to the clinical application of therapeutics. This training program provides theoretical knowledge, practical examples, and real-life scenarios through a set of interactive educational videos that will enable you to easily understand the side effects of applying the different methods of manipulating the immune system in the clinical practice. The educational content of this scientific training will provide you with key advances in immunology, including: innate immune response, antigen presentation and HLA, T cell activation, costimulation and regulation, CD4 T cell subsets, B cell activation and antibody production, T cell tolerance and regulation, mechanisms of autoimmunity, and cancer immunotherapy. Learning Objectives: After this training program, participants should be able to: Identify the main components of innate immunity and adaptive immunity Identify the different stages of the life of lymphocytes Explain the importance of dendritic cells in the immune system Explain how MHC molecules work in antigen presentation Understand and relate the concepts of isotype switching and affinity maturation Compare T cell activation with B cell activation Explain the importance of Regulatory cells in the immune system Identify what may cause self-tolerance to fail Become acquainted with emerging therapies to treat cancer patients and their potential challenges and implications   European CME Credits (ECMEC®s): 9 credits Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at https://www.ama-assn.org/education/cme/uemseaccme-cme-credit-recognition. Read More

Understanding the underlying disease mechanisms of autoimmunity may contribute to the development of novel targeted-therapeutic approaches, improving the management and treatment of patients with autoimmune disorders. Professor Abul K. Abbas deciphers the enigmas that a student or a clinician of immunology may have approaching the most complex issues of immunology. He brings the basic immunology as close as possible to the practical issues of pathogenesis but also to the clinical application of therapeutics. This training program provides theoretical knowledge, practical examples, and real-life scenarios through a set of interactive educational videos that will enable you to easily understand the side effects of applying the different methods of manipulating the immune system in the clinical practice. The educational content of this scientific training will provide you with key advances in immunology, including: innate immune response, antigen presentation and HLA, T cell activation, costimulation and regulation, CD4 T cell subsets, B cell activation and antibody production, T cell tolerance and regulation, mechanisms of autoimmunity, and cancer immunotherapy. Learning Objectives: After the full training program (Parts 1,2, and 3), participants should be able to: Identify the main components of innate immunity and adaptive immunity Identify the different stages of the life of lymphocytes Explain the importance of dendritic cells in the immune system Explain how MHC molecules work in antigen presentation Understand and relate the concepts of isotype switching and affinity maturation Compare T cell activation with B cell activation Explain the importance of Regulatory cells in the immune system Identify what may cause self-tolerance to fail Become acquainted with emerging therapies to treat cancer patients and their potential challenges and implications   European CME Credits (ECMEC®s): 3 credits Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at https://www.ama-assn.org/education/cme/uemseaccme-cme-credit-recognition. Read More

Understanding the underlying disease mechanisms of autoimmunity may contribute to the development of novel targeted-therapeutic approaches, improving the management and treatment of patients with autoimmune disorders. Professor Abul K. Abbas deciphers the enigmas that a student or a clinician of immunology may have approaching the most complex issues of immunology. He brings the basic immunology as close as possible to the practical issues of pathogenesis but also to the clinical application of therapeutics. This training program provides theoretical knowledge, practical examples, and real-life scenarios through a set of interactive educational videos that will enable you to easily understand the side effects of applying the different methods of manipulating the immune system in the clinical practice. The educational content of this scientific training will provide you with key advances in immunology, including: innate immune response, antigen presentation and HLA, T cell activation, costimulation and regulation, CD4 T cell subsets, B cell activation and antibody production, T cell tolerance and regulation, mechanisms of autoimmunity, and cancer immunotherapy. Learning Objectives: After the full training program (Parts 1,2, and 3), participants should be able to: Identify the main components of innate immunity and adaptive immunity Identify the different stages of the life of lymphocytes Explain the importance of dendritic cells in the immune system Explain how MHC molecules work in antigen presentation Understand and relate the concepts of isotype switching and affinity maturation Compare T cell activation with B cell activation Explain the importance of Regulatory cells in the immune system Identify what may cause self-tolerance to fail Become acquainted with emerging therapies to treat cancer patients and their potential challenges and implications   European CME Credits (ECMEC®s): 3 credits Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at https://www.ama-assn.org/education/cme/uemseaccme-cme-credit-recognition. Read More

Understanding the underlying disease mechanisms of autoimmunity may contribute to the development of novel targeted-therapeutic approaches, improving the management and treatment of patients with autoimmune disorders. Professor Abul K. Abbas deciphers the enigmas that a student or a clinician of immunology may have approaching the most complex issues of immunology. He brings the basic immunology as close as possible to the practical issues of pathogenesis but also to the clinical application of therapeutics. This training program provides theoretical knowledge, practical examples, and real-life scenarios through a set of interactive educational videos that will enable you to easily understand the side effects of applying the different methods of manipulating the immune system in the clinical practice. The educational content of this scientific training will provide you with key advances in immunology, including: innate immune response, antigen presentation and HLA, T cell activation, costimulation and regulation, CD4 T cell subsets, B cell activation and antibody production, T cell tolerance and regulation, mechanisms of autoimmunity, and cancer immunotherapy. Learning Objectives: After the full training program (Parts 1,2, and 3), participants should be able to: Identify the main components of innate immunity and adaptive immunity Identify the different stages of the life of lymphocytes Explain the importance of dendritic cells in the immune system Explain how MHC molecules work in antigen presentation Understand and relate the concepts of isotype switching and affinity maturation Compare T cell activation with B cell activation Explain the importance of Regulatory cells in the immune system Identify what may cause self-tolerance to fail Become acquainted with emerging therapies to treat cancer patients and their potential challenges and implications   European CME Credits (ECMEC®s): 3 credits Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at https://www.ama-assn.org/education/cme/uemseaccme-cme-credit-recognition. Read More

3rd Academy of Autoimmunity - Updates on Clinical and Autoimmune Conditions: Lupus Nephritis - The Challenge Despite great improvements in management and outcomes, Lupus Nephritis continues to represent a major challenge in systemic Lupus, and is a strong predictor of death and end-stage renal disease. In this lesson, the speaker addresses the challenges of Lupus Nephritis today to achieve a short-term response to therapy, to improve renal survival, and to minimize the accumulation of chronic organ damage. Speaker: Dr Gabriella Moroni Read More

3rd Academy of Autoimmunity - Updates on Clinical and Autoimmune Conditions: Management of APS- The Internist Phenotype  This lesson focuses on the characteristics of current therapies of APS, their unmet needs, and the perspectives of future therapies to meet such needs. Speaker: Dr Ricard Cervera Read More

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