Immunoctoberfest 2022

Bridging Innovation and Translation in T cell Immunotherapy

Registration is CLOSED!

The registration and catering fee of 440 EUR (plus housing and trip fees, if applicable) is due upon acceptance of the registration. Specific payment information will be provided along with the acceptance letter by the end of May.

For any questions regarding registration, please send an e-mail to physio[at]




Sept. 19-23,2022



Applications accepted until April 30th


This meeting is restricted to 100 participants

440 EUR (price includes registration and catering)

Housing:90 EUR per night
The monastery church in Raitenhaslach and the prelate’s wing, completed in 1762 and now home to the TUM Science & Study Center. (Picture: Uli Benz/TUM)


World-renowned experts in T cell biology and immuno-oncology will discuss mechanisms regulating T cell differentiation in response to infection and tumors, and recent progress made in translating fundamental knowledge into immunotherapies.

A. Abbas, R. Ahmed, J. Baumbach, A. Bergthaler, P. Bertolino, D. Busch, S. Crotty, G. Delgoffe, I. Diaconu, D. Farber, L. Gattinoni, S. Gottschalk, D. Green, P.C. Ho, S. Hori, T. Höfer, M. Huber, M. Iannacone, A. Kallies, P. Knolle, T. Korn, V. Kuchroo, M. Lohoff, L.F. Lu, E. Lugli, D. Masopust, I. Mellman, K. Okkenhaug, A. Oxenius, L. Pace, T. Paul, E. Pearce, M. Prlic, J. Ruland, F. Sallusto, W. Schamel, A. Schietinger, R. Thimme, P. Umana, R. v. Lier, J. Wherry, M. Wolkers, T. Yamamura, B. Youngblood, D. Zehn, C. Zielinski


Benjamin Youngblood and Dietmar Zehn

Scientific panel: D. Busch, J. Ruland, T. Korn, G. Maass and C. Zielinski


Administrative Partner/Support: Conventus Congressmanagement & Marketing GmbH, Carl-Pulfrich-Str. 1, 07745 Jena, Germany

Program of the symposium

The meeting will include 4 days of presentations (invited and abstract-selected speakers) along with a social program, poster discussions and a planned trip to visit the Munich Octoberfest.


Download the program of the meeting here