The Midlands Innovation Immunology Network Research Showcase

MI Immunology Network logo CMYK-01The Midlands Innovation Immunology Network (MIIN) aims to encourage research collaboration, innovation and build training opportunities. We will utilise our membership within Midlands Innovation to promote the development of high-quality collaborative proposals and ensure the region is offering state-of-the-art research facilities.

The MIIN Research Showcase is a biannual event designed to highlight and discuss the latest academic, clinical and industrial immunological research that has taken place within the region, as well as bringing in key colleagues from across the UK. The event is open to all (including students) and provides time to ask our amazing speakers questions.  Links to recordings of each Showcase are available below:

COVID-19 Research Showcase 1: 25th Feb 2021 

The highly successful Launch Event focused on four key themes in COVID-19 research:
  ■  Antibody Measurement
  ■  Cell-mediated Immune Responses
  ■  Vaccine Development
  ■  Systemic Immune Responses  

Our fantastic speakers were:
  ■  Prof Max Crispin (University of Southampton)
  ■  Prof Alex Richter (University of Birmingham)
  ■  Dr Alexander W. Tarr (University of Nottingham)
  ■  Dr Mark Wills (University of Cambridge)
  ■  Dr Heather Long (University of Birmingham)
  ■  Dr Zubair Nizamudeen (University of Nottingham)
  ■  Prof Imre Berger (University of Bristol)
  ■  Prof Lindy Durrant (University of Nottingham)
  ■  Prof Dimitris Grammatopolous (University of Warwick)
  ■  Dr John Pearl (University of Leicester)

WATCH HERE

COVID-19 Research Showcase 2: 16th Sept 2021

The highly successful Launch Event focused on four key themes in COVID-19 research:
  ■  Antibody Measurement
  ■  Cell-mediated Immune Responses
  ■  Vaccine Development
  ■  Systemic Immune Responses  

Our brilliant speakers were:
  ■  Nina Garrett (Abingdon Health)
  ■  Dr Adrian Shields (University of Birmingham)
  ■  Bruce MacLachlan (Cardiff University)
  ■  Prof Andrea Cooper (University of Leicester)
  ■  Prof Danny Altmann (Imperial College London)
  ■  Prof Paul Moss (University of Birmingham)
  ■  Prof Imre Berger (University of Bristol)
  ■  Dr Lucy Fairclough(University of Nottingham) 

WATCH HERE