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Don't miss the PI event of the year!

This three-day conference is the largest gathering of PI patients in the world, bringing together the entire PI community (patients, caregivers, and clinicians) for three days of connection, learning, and networking in a fully engaging virtual environment with in-person sessions at three locations. Sessions from world-class immunologists and compelling panel discussions are just a few of the highlights. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!

Interactive Platform

The 2022 PI Conference is a hybrid event!  On Saturday, October 8, IDF will host watch parties at three locations (California, Illinois, and Maryland) to enable a more connected experience.

Even if you won't be there in person, you just might feel like you are with the virtual environment and video chat functionality. More than 30 exhibitors will be there to discuss lifestyle management, recent scientific research, and treatment options for primary immunodeficiency. All meeting rooms and lounges can be reached through the lobby with intuitive navigation and live support.

Engaging Panel Discussions & Educational Sessions

Joining the PI Conference are world-class immunologists and life management experts who will provide sessions on a range of topics related to primary immunodeficiency for patients, caregivers, and medical professionals.  

Connections

Opportunities for connection abound at the IDF Primary Immunodeficiency Conference. Peer connections will happen each day where you can join based on age, family dynamic, or diagnosis. There is even a connections group for our international attendees!

And if you’re craving one-on-one interaction, you can reach out to exhibitors and other attendees for questions or conversation in between sessions. You can even get a bit competitive while exploring the platform, trying to earn points on the leaderboard! 

If the connection you want to make is with IDF, we’ve got you covered!

 

If you have any questions related to the Primary Immunodeficiency Conference,
please contact us at conference@primaryimmune.org