Innate Immunotherapy Summit Cancelled

In light of evolving updates and concerns around the coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Innate Immunotherapy Summit.

This event has always been a great opportunity to bring the innate immunity community together and advance the field. We are so disappointed to have to make this call, but feel it is the best way to move forward. We thank all of our stakeholders for their support in these uncertain times, and hope to work with all of you again in the future.

Welcome to the Innate Immunotherapy Summit 2020

Recognizing the importance of the relatively untapped innate immune system as a possible tool for therapeutic intervention, the 2nd Annual Innate Immunotherapy Summit will convene all thought leaders including industry experts, academic researchers and clinicians to deepen our understanding of innate immunity and learn to harness its power for effective immunotherapies. This two-day congress focuses on the current landscape and novel advances in the field of innate immunotherapy, such as natural killer cells, macrophages and dendritic cells. Be part of the conversation on mechanisms of action of innate cells, effective modulating strategies, the impact of tumor microenvironment and many more. Share new insights and learn from others to maximize the success of your strategies in an intimate setting created for participants to exchange innovative ideas, foster meaningful collaborations and keep up-to-date with new discoveries in the innate immunity research community.

Key Speakers for 2019


Michael V. Callahan MD, DTM&H, MSPH
President & Chief Medical Officer, United Therapeutics Corporation

Michael Klichinsky, PharmD, PhD
Co-Founder, Vice President, Carisma Therapeutics

Hans Klingemann, MD, PhD
Vice President, NantKwest, Inc.

Mark Lowdell, PhD
Director, Centre for Cell, Gene & Tissue Therapeutics, RFH; Professor, University College London

Shiladitya Sengupta, PhD
Principle Investigator, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology

RJ Tesi, MD
CEO, CMO, INmune Bio

Stay in the heart of Boston’s historic downtown and walk the cobblestones

Located on 50 acres of land in the heart of downtown Boston, the Boston Common is the oldest city park in the United States, brimming with history and natural beauty. This year’s event will be located in the Revere Hotel Boston Common, steps from the Common, Boston's Theater District, shopping on Newbury Street, and picturesque Copley Square. Rooms have views overlooking the city skyline and the hotel boasts the most exclusive rooftop bar and lounge in Boston. Home to top museums, theaters, dining and a rich revolutionary spirit, Boston has something to offer every palette. And nothing beats fall in New England.

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2020 Corporate Sponsors:

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Connect With Us


Emily Le
Conference Producer
Cambridge Healthtech Institute
+1 781.247.1812


Ashley Parsons
Manager, Business Development
Cambridge Healthtech Institute
+1 781.972.1340


Christine Benners
Senior Marketing Manager
Cambridge Healthtech Institute
+1 781.247.1820