Adaptive immune receptors are not only key mediators of the immune response but are also the basis for hundreds of approved therapeutics and diagnostics.Throughout this one-day meeting, we will hear from world-leading computational researchers who develop and apply in silico methods such as structure-aware machine learning to predict the characteristics of antibodies, nanobodies, and T-cell receptors. This includes the evolving fields of structure and conformational ensemble prediction, repertoire immunoinformatics, and biopharmaceutical informatics: from developability prediction to binder design based on grafting, mutational, or de novo approaches.

A poster session will take place over lunch; please submit your poster abstracts by 23:59 GMT on Friday 22nd March, 2024Please register early as spaces are limited.

Abstract Submission

Poster abstracts can be submitted at the following link: 

Please submit your poster abstract by Friday 22nd March.


Early Bird Registration Fees (MGMS Member | Non-MGMS Member)

Student: £100 | £125

Academic non-student: £150 | £175

Industry: £200 | £225


The early bird deadline for registrations is 23:59 GMT on Monday 4th March, after which prices will increase by £40.

Full Agenda
Registration for the conference will open at 8am, for a 9am start. The conference will end at 5:30pm.
Please download the full agenda from here.

Bedrooms at Lady Margaret Hall may be available at a subsidised rate for the night before and the night of the conference. Please email us if this would be of interest. Alternatively, other Oxford colleges offer affordable accommodation through the University Rooms website (

Getting to/Exploring Oxford
Travel advice for getting to Oxford and exploring the city can be found here.

Date: Friday, 5th April, 2024
Venue: Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens
University of Oxford
Oxford OX2 6QA