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Dear Colleague,

Over the years, GTCbio’s 15th Cytokines & Inflammation Conference has become an established meeting point for academic scientists, industry clinical developers, and government researchers to discuss complementary approaches in the field of cytokine biology. We are excited to announce the 15th annual edition of this meeting, which will take place in San Diego, CA.

Please join us for not only presentations on the latest research, but networking sessions where you will meet and collaborate with fellow researchers on the future of cytokines research! We hope to see you in San Diego!

We hope to see you there!

Best regards,

The 2018 Advisory Committee


What Past Delegates Said About the Cytokines & Inflammation Conference:

“The GTCbio Meeting provided a unique opportunity for a select group of scientists from biotechnology, pharmaceutical companies and academia to communicate and interact in a very pleasant setting. The program covered not only fundamental advances, but also translational and diagnostic applications of the latest findings.”
– Joost J. Oppenheim, Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Immunoregulation, NCI, NIH

“The Cytokines Conference provided great opportunities for networking among folks from academia, industry, and regulatory agencies. The presentations were a great mix of high-powered molecular biology and clinical applications of anti-cytokine therapies.”
– Phillip K. Weck, Ph.D., Vice President & CDTL, Immunology R&D, Janssen

“Energizing and inspiring, intimate conference. The new ideas and connections are worth the investment.”
– Francisco Leon, Vice President, Janssen R&D

“Great value with an opportunity to meet colleagues in a convivial atmosphere, erudite state of the art presentations, and compact format designed to capture the current major thrusts in science.”
– Michael Lotze, Professor of Surgery and Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh