Scientists from across the world travel to Galveston for McLaughlin symposium
This year's McLaughlin Symposium in Infection and Immunity focused on building partnerships between scientists in Texas and the United Kingdom working on infectious diseases at the intersection of human and animal health. Sponsored by UTMB's Insitute for Human Infection and Immunity, and McLaughlin Symposia in Infection and Immunity, the TX-UK Collaborative Bioscience Initiative and the UK Department of Trade and Industry, the conference brought 189 researchers from the United Kingdom, Texas and other parts of the United States to Galveston's San Luis Resort on Feb. 25, 26 and 27.
Pictured here are the event's organizers, from left to right: Richard Elliott, University of Glasgow; Garry Adams, Texas A&M University; Alan Barrett, UTMB; Matthew Baylis, UK Institute for Animal Health.
March 07, 2005