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Keystone Symposia: Molecular Cell Biology of Macrophages in Human Diseases (B2)

Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel * | Santa fe, USA
From 500 to 950 USD
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Title: Keystone Symposia: Molecular Cell Biology of Macrophages in Human Diseases (B2)
Specialty: , Immunology, Microbiology and Parasitology
Dates: From Feb, 9, 2014 to Feb, 14, 2014
Location: Santa fe, USA
Type: Symposium
Registration Cost: From 500 to 950 USD
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In recent years, studies of the development, genetics, and molecular cell biology of macrophages has advanced our understanding of their major role in health and diseases. Many questions remain to be answered with respect to mechanisms that control macrophage development and function, particularly in the context of human genetic heterogeneity. Recent discoveries have also revealed greater heterogeneity in macrophage function and origins than previously appreciated. Answering these questions will have major implications for human health and disease. To help meet this challenge, this meeting will bring together leading and upcoming scientists in immunology, infectious diseases, metabolism, molecular biology and genetics, development, cancer, and cell migration with a common interest in macrophages and their roles in human diseases. In addition to the regular sessions, three “macrophage leading edge” workshops will provide a platform to discuss the findings of young scientists, selected from the submitted abstracts to present their work. These workshops will additionally help to focus the meeting on some of the fastest moving areas of macrophage biology.

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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel 

100 Sandoval Street 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501-2131 
Phone: 505-988-2811 
Fax: 505-986-6435 


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All sessions will be held at the Hilton Santa Fe/Historic Plaza.

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Accommodations Rates
Hotel Room, single or double $645 USD
Rates listed are for entire conference length, NOT for each night.
Rates do not include extra night stays beyond the conference dates.
Make your lodging arrangements early as space is limited.
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  • Abstracts must be submitted online. If you have attended a previous Keystone Symposia meeting, you already have an account. Visit our login page to access your existing account or to set up a new account.
  • Submitting an abstract does not constitute or guarantee registration.
  • Only one abstract is allowed per meeting per submitting author, but the submitting author can be a co-author on another abstract.
  • Abstracts are published by Keystone Symposia in a non-accredited journal (the “abstract book”) that is given to all conference attendees. After the conference, copies of the abstract book may occasionally be provided by Keystone Symposia to other interested persons on request, and are made available for purchase.
  • Abstract content and editing are the responsibility of the submitting author. Abstracts will be published as received. Please review your submitted abstract through your account portal by the discounted registration deadline noted on the specific meeting webpage to ensure accuracy (co-authors, funding recognition, etc.) before the abstract book goes to print.
  • Submission of the abstract signifies consent to publication of the abstract in the abstract book, inclusion on our mobile app, distribution of the abstract book containing your abstract to conference attendees and, on occasion, to other interested persons, and sale of the abstract book. Submission of the abstract also signifies consent to the Keystone Symposia Terms of Use, which are set forth in this website.
  • The submitting author must be able to attest to this ethics statement.
  • Poster space is limited; submit your abstract early.
Editorial Guidelines for Presented Content:


  • Character count2200 characters, including spaces for optimal readability in the abstract book. The title, author and institution information will be counted in the character count. You will be asked to resubmit your abstract if it exceeds this count.
  • Font: Arial — Spell out Greek letters or use the Symbol font to ensure accurate printing of your abstract.
  • Must be saved in Rich Text File format (RTF).
  • Document should not contain:
    • Text boxes, comments or revision notes.
    • Email addresses and phone numbers. These will be listed in the participant list in the meeting abstract book. You may also include necessary contact information on your printed poster for display.
  • Abstract will be printed in black.
  • We cannot guarantee images embedded in your abstract will print correctly.
  • Important: See diagram below for further formatting instructions.


  • Abstracts must be submitted online and you must have an account to submit. Login to submit your abstract.
  • Visit the Meetings List and choose the meeting for which you will be submitting your abstract.
  • Click “Submit an Abstract” below the posted deadlines on the specific meeting webpage.
  • Abstract submission is not complete until payment is received (see “Payment” below).
  • For assistance with abstract submission, e-mail

Note that when you submit your abstract, you will have the option of making it viewable by registered attendees on a secure section of our website 30 days before the meeting and on our mobile app. We strongly encourage this but respect your possible need to make it viewable a week before the meeting begins.

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