March 24. 2020. Brussels, Belgium. Inotrem will attend the 40th International Symposium on Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine which stands as one of the largest meeting in its field, attracting more than 6200 participants. During the Symposium, Inotrem will present a poster showing for the first time the association between TREM-1 pathway activation and the development of immune dysregulations in septic shock patients, based on a work conducted in collaboration with Guillaume Monneret and Fabienne Venet team at Hospice Civil de Lyon on France. The academic paper (« High sTREM-1 levels and low monocyte HLA-DR expression are associated with nosocomial infections and mortality in septic shock patients”) will be published online the same day in the Journal Critical Care.