The Modern Complement Workshop (13 September 2020) welcomes leading experts in the field of complement, complement diagnostics and complement mediated diseases. This workshop is integrated into the International Complement Workshop in Berlin, ICW 2020, in September 2020 and follows a new format which builds on the success of previous meetings. This one day workshop addresses the challenges of Complement Mediated Diseases regarding mechanisms, diagnostics, existing treatments, as well as new therapies which are developing. The workshop will start with state of the art lectures on complement, progress on modern complement assays and diagnostics, followed by lectures on complement mediated diseases. Leading experts in the field present relevant topics and will report on ongoing clinical trials. The meeting is aiming for exchange between academics, industry and biotech companies and will in addition provide a platform for discussion and networking in the broad field of complement.
The Modern Complement Day 2020 workshop is suited for scientists, clinicians, researcher with interest in the field of complement and complement mediated diseases, biopharmaceutical industry, biotech companies for research organizations and for patients groups.
State of the art introduction on complement
Complement assays, overview provided by researchers and experts from academia, industry and biotech companies
Determining complement activation markers and deposited components in tissues and (renal) biopsies
State of the art overview on complement mediated diseases
including ANCA, Membranous Nephropathy, C3 Glomerulopathy, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, aHUS, Autoimmune HUS (DEAP-HUS), Age related macular degeneration (AMD), generalized Myastenia gravis (gMG), Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH).
Join this workshop and the ICW 2020 in Berlin and meet friends, make new friends, meet the leading world experts in the field and discuss the latest advancements in the field of complement.
The Modern Complement Day 2020 is looking forward to welcoming you in the European city of Berlin.
Prof. Peter F. Zipfel and Prof. Christine Skerka