II. Cardioimmunology Würzburg

JUNE 26 - 28, 2024
Banz Monastery, Bad Staffelstein, GERMANY


Activation and control of immune cells within the cardiac muscle and the pericardium are acknowledged as crucial mechanisms in cardiac conditions. Grasping the dynamics and aiming to influence the interplay between innate and adaptive immune cells alongside cardiomyocytes and cardiac stromal cells holds the promise of shaping forthcoming treatments for patients dealing with cardiomyopathy and heart failure. The Cardioimmunology Würzburg 2024 event will spotlight advanced research at the intersection of immunology and cardiology, offering a glimpse into the latest advancements in directing therapeutic interventions for cardiac inflammation.

Organization Committee

Pilar Alcaide
Tufts University

Ludewig Burkhard
University Heart Center Zurich, Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen

Stefan Frantz
University Hospital Würzburg

Ingo Hilgendorf
University Hospital Freiburg

Ulrich Hofmann
University Hospital Würzburg

Pilar Martin
CNIC Madrid

Matthias Nahrendorf
Harvard University

Gustavo Ramos
University Hospital Würzburg

Sabine Steffens
LMU Munich

Alma Zernecke-Madsen
University Hospital Würzburg

CRC1525 Cardio-Immune Interfaces

This congress is organized by the collaborative research Centre (CRC) 1525 "Cardio-immune interfaces" and receives funding from the DFG. The CRC1525 is a research consortium using a distinctly interdisciplinary approach to investigate the immunological processes that are triggered in different myocardial diseases. The CRC1525 consists of 17 subproject and 2 service projects.

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DfG Funding

This Congress is funded with grants from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) - 541525127.

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