Meeting Venue

The meeting will take place at the German Primate Center, Leibniz Institute for Primate Research in Göttingen. See below for a map.

Arrival at Frankfurt airport: The train station is directly attached to the airport, simple follow the signs (long distance trains „Fernbahnhof“). Tickets can be bought on the way to the platforms in a DB shop. ICE trains take about 2h to Göttingen.

Arrival at Hannover airport: Take the S-Bahn from the airport to Hannover central station (about 15 min). Change into an ICE train to Göttingen (about 30 min).

How to reach the German Primate Center.

Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the registration fee. However, we have blocked rooms at reduced conditions in the InterCity Hotel Göttingen and the Leinehotel Göttingen, which are both in walking distance (5 and 10 min) from the Central Station. We will organize bus shuttle services between the two hotels and the German Primate Center.

Please email your reservation for a room to the assistant of the organizing committee Mechthild Pohl (mpohl@dpz.eu). She will collect all reservations (first come first serve!) for InterCity Hotel and Leinehotel and will forward these to the two hotels. However, if you prefer a different hotel, you have to take care of your reservation by yourself.

Cancellation of the hotel reservation has to be done by the participant.

Leinehotel: single room standard for 63 € per night;  single room comfort for 73 € per night;  double room for 93 € per night

InterCity Hotel: single room for 80 € per night; double room for 110 € per night

 

 

Organizing Committee

Local Organizing Committee

  • Lutz Walter, Göttingen
  • Ralf Dressel, Göttingen
  • Markus Uhrberg, Düsseldorf
  • Carsten Watzl, Dortmund

Confirmed Speakers

  • Eleanor Riley, UK
  • Salomé LeibundGut-Landmann, Switzerland
  • Peter Parham, USA
  • Jeffrey Miller, USA
  • Eric Vivier, France
  • Yenan Bryceson, Sweden
  • Kerry Campbell, USA

Organized by

AKNK Logo mit schrift The Study Group NK Cell Biology of the German Society for Immunology