Jan
18
Tue
Micro-immunotherapy in your daily practice: basics and application – 4 parts (English)
Jan 18 @ 6:00 pm – Feb 8 @ 8:00 pm
Micro-immunotherapy in your daily practice: basics and application - 4 parts (English)

Micro-immunotherapy in your daily practice: basics and application

Speaker: Dr. Franziska Meuschel

Part 1 – Immunoregulation with micro-immunotherapy

  • The immune system as central part of an integrative approach
  • Immunoregulation through low dose immunotherapy
  • Specificities of micro-immunotherapy formulas

Monday, January 18th 2022
6.00 – 8.00 pm (UK Time)

Part 2 – Immune monitoring Tools

  • Structure of the immune system
  • Introduction to immune monitoring tools
  • The concept of viral reactivation

Monday, January 25th 2022
6.00 – 8.00 pm (UK Time)

Part 3 – Practical application of micro-immunotherapy

  • Fields of application of micro-immunotherapy
  • Key formulas in daily practice
  • Specific attention to viral infections

Monday, February 1st 2022
6.00 – 8.00 pm (UK Time)

Part 4 – Micro-immunotherapy in daily clinical practice

  • Other interesting fields of application
  • Two illustrative case reports
  • Summary and take-home message

Monday, February 8th 2022
6.00 – 8.00 pm (UK Time)

Jun
2
Thu
2nd International Congress of Micro-immunotherapy (ICoMI)
Jun 2 – Jun 4 all-day
2nd International Congress of Micro-immunotherapy (ICoMI)

Immunomodulation in health and disease:
Targeting immunometabolism as a key strategy

ICoMI2022 will take place on June 2 – 4, 2022 as a virtual event.

It will be a translational event: Immunometabolism will be addressed from both the scientific and the clinical areas, presenting research whilst addressing medical practice. Check out the ICoMI2022 topics and take a look at the general program structure.

The main topics on the congress will include:

  • Metabolic control of immune function.
  • Dysmetabolism, chronic inflammation & associated diseases.
  • Therapeutic interventions & immunometabolic reprogramming.
  • Diagnostic tools & biomarkers.