KIRCNET collaborations

KIRCNET works continuously with other research networks or research programmes within KI as well as other national research networks. Here are a few examples of such activities.

KiiM retreats

The KiiM retreat is organized by the KI network in inflammation and immunology (KiiM) with the help of the following other networks and associations: The Theme Center for Inflammatory Diseases (CID)The Doctoral programme in Allergy, immunology and inflammation (Aii), The KI network in circulation and respiration (KIRCNET), The Centre for Allergy Research (CfA) and The Swedish Society for Immunology (SWIMM).

KiiM 2016

The 9th KiiM was held on 13-14 October 2016 at Sånga-Säby. This year's conference featured 190 participants, 10 invited speakers, 15 selected talks from abstracts and 108 posters presented in an interactive poster session. 

KiiM 2015

The 8th KiiM was held on 15-16 October 2015 at Sånga-Säby. This year's conference featured 246 participants, 13 invited speakers, 12 selected talks from abstracts and 130 posters presented in an interactive poster session. All invited speakers were exceptionally interesting, covering a broad area of immunology and inflammation. As before the conference was free of charge for all KI-associated scientists.

KiiM 2014

The 7th KiiM was held on 16-17 October 2014 at Sånga-Säby. This year's conference featured over 200 participants and over 120 posters presented in an interactive poster session. We welcome the Swedish Society for Immunology (SWIMM) to join as co-organizer for this annual scientific meeting. 

KiiM 2013

The 6th KiiM was held on 17-18 October 2013 at Sånga-Säby. This year's conference featured close to 220 participants and over 120 posters presented in an interactive poster session. We welcome the Swedish Society for Immunology (SWIMM) to join as co-organizer for this annual scientific meeting. 

KiiM 2012

The 5th KiiM was held on 4-5 October 2012 at Sånga-Säby. This year's conference featured over 120 participants and approximately 120 posters presented in an interactive poster session. 

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