Immune Tolerance and Autoimmune Disease

Start date
April 26, 2012
End date
April 27, 2012
Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Cambridge, UK
Basic mechanisms of immune tolerance, Factors governing autoimmunity, Mediators of autoimmunity/pathogenesis, Strategies for therapeutic intervention

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Emmanuel College

Situated in the centre of Cambridge, Emmanuel College was founded by Sir Walter Mildmay in 1584 on the site of a former priory of the Dominican Order (also known as the Black Friars). The buildings range from the medieval to the late twentieth century and includes the Chapel desgined by Sir Christopher Wren. The College opened it's doors to female students in 1979.

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- Car parking. There is no car parking at Emmanuel College. It is strongly suggested that delegates use public transport rather than a car. If you wish to drive the closest car parks are Grand ArcadePark Street and Queen Anne. Also, there are 'park and ride' services and bus stops are one minute walk from the College.


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Compact and easy to get around, Cambridge has a diverse mix of historic and modern buildings. Visit the world-renowned museums, explore the independent shops around the historic market place, or just relax and be punted along the River Cam - there are plenty of things to do!

Cambridge is easily accessible by road, rail or air - just 50 minutes from central London and 20 minutes from London Stansted Airport. There are regular trains and coach services from London airports.

More information about Cambridge including transport and accommodation can be found on the Visit Cambridge website.