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; three talk slots (15 min talk + 5 minute questions) will be allocated on merit from consenting poster abstracts submitted by 23:59 GMT on Friday 9th February, 2024Please register early as spaces are limited.

Abstract Submission

Poster abstracts can be submitted at the following link: 

If you would like to be considered for a selected talk, please submit your abstract by Friday 9th February.


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 Friday 23rd February, after which prices will increase by £40.

Full Agenda
A full agenda will be published here shortly.

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