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Peter Doherty is an Australian scientist who, having trained as a veterinary surgeon, went on to revolutionize immunology as a researcher in the field of medicine. 

Professor Doherty's research focuses on the immune system and his Nobel work described how the body's immune cells protect against viruses. His key finding was the central role of MHC in presenting antigen to T cells. He and Rolf Zinkernagel, the co-recipient of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, discovered how T cells recognise their target antigens in combination with major histocompatibility complex(MHC) proteins.
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Lorne is a beautiful seaside town located 1.5 hours from Melbourne. If you do not wish to hire a car or take public transportation to make your way to Lorne from the airport, we have a solution for you!

The Congress Organisers have organised optional coach transfers for the Symposium departing from Melbourne Airports and Melbourne city centre to Lorne, and returning to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre at the conclusion of the Symposium.

The purchase of transfers must be done through the symposium registration website.
If you have already registered and decide to purchase transfers, please contact our Secretariat with the request at info@tss2015.org.


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2015 Transplantation Science Symposium