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Hedda Wardemann, PhD
Professor and Head, Division of B Cell Immunology at German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)


Hedda Wardemann is a B cell immunologist with a primary interest in antibody repertoires and the functional evolution of human B cell antibody responses. She uses single-cell immunoglobulin gene repertoire analyses to measure the diversity and to track the clonal evolution of B cells in health and disease. In combination with antibody cloning she aims to assess the quality of human B cell responses and to develop tools to direct antibody responses by targeted interventions, e.g.
through vaccination, with a special focus on human Plasmodium falciparum malaria.

Agenda Sessions

  • Keynote Introduction by Session Chair and KEYNOTE PRESENTATION with Live Q&A and Audience Interaction The Human B Cell Response to a Repetitive Malaria Parasite Protein

  • LIVE Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A Including Audience Interaction with Speakers from On-Demand SESSION #1: FINDING THE RIGHT ANTIBODY - To prepare for this discussion/Q&A, attendees should view the presentations from Session #1 in the Watch On-Demand Sessions Tab prior to this session


Speakers at this event