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@ISIV 2022
The 13th International Veterinary Immunology Symposium (IVIS) will be held in the Kruger national parc, South Africa, from August 8 to 22, 2022.

The International Veterinary Immunology Symposium (IVIS) is the main international conference in the field of immunology. Every three years, IVIS brings together immunologists from the industry, universities, health services and independent research organizations.

The subjects discussed include protective immunity, vaccination strategies and targets for important diseases in different animal species. The meeting is a combination of plenary and simultaneous sessions on a variety of relevant subjects and includes workshops on reactives and tools for the study of diverse veterinary species.

The Kruger parc and the surrounding rural areas are emblematic of the oppurtunities and threats that coexist at the interface of human societies, their domestic animals, living wild fauna and the environments that they live in. In a context of a changing world, farming systems and improved and lasting diseas control are essential for business, agriculture for food, food safety and security, human welfare and the preservation of the biodiversity of ecosystems. It is necessary that veterinary immunology meets the research challenges within a "One World One Health" perspective.
Keeping this in mind, IVIS 2022 will bring together international experts to share results and exciting ideas on different aspects of veterinary immunology, notably the biological mechanisms underlying host-pathogen interactions, vaccination and therapeutic strategies, innate and protective immunity, diagnostics and disease control along with reactive and methodological developments. It will be the occasion for the participants from all the sectors to discuss with the leaders in the field and to do networking in the comfort of an ultramodern conference center situated at the heart of one of the most emblematic hunting reserves of South Africa.
Sven Parsons (South Africa) & Dr Claire Rogel-Gaillard (France)
Co-presidents of the symposium