Established in 2008, the Institute for Immunology and Informatics has quickly developed a devoted following in the research community. To accommodate that interest, iCubed holds two annual meetings to discuss the latest developments, research and theories in the world of immunology and vaccines. Each October brings the Vaccine Renaissance Conference, also known as Vax Ren. In the spring, the Immunogenicity – Determinants and Correlates Conference, or IDC. Both meetings offer extensive presentations from a wide range of speakers tailored to the given audience. For more information on each conference, please visit the links below.

Workshops & Trainings

  • 2017 NTD Toolkit Training

    May 2017

    iCubed’s 2017 Neglected & Emerging Infectious Disease Vaccines Design Toolkit and Training is slated for May 15th – 19th, 2017 at the Institute for Immunology and Informatics (iCubed) located at the University of Rhode Island’s Providence Campus.

    Fellows will train for one week at iCubed and then return to their home institutions with continued ...


  • April 15, 2016

    ISV & Vaccine Renaissance Conference – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!

    The 2016 ISV Annual Congress in collaboration with Vaccine Renaissance X and DNA Vaccine will be held in Boston, Massachusetts, United States on Oct. 2-4, 2016.    Registration abstract is opening soon! The planning committee encourages you to submit an abstract for consideration! Abstract Submission Deadline: June 24th Abstract Decision Deadline: July 15th
  • March 11, 2016

    10th Annual Vaccine Renaissance Save the Date Postcard

    CLICK HERE to see the save the date postcard for 2016 ISV Conference
  • February 19, 2016

    iCubed Team Members Making Moves

    This past week at iCubed, Dr. Barbara Lohman Payne received a new title of Associate Research Professor. Barbara joined iCubed and URI as a Research Assistant Professor in 2013, with the Laboratory of Viral Immunity and Pathogenesis. Dr. Lohman-Payne’s area of research is viral immunopathology, with special interest in the impact of HIV exposure in ...