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The FAIS Legacy Project (FLP)


FAIS President Henry Mwandumba

The FLP is a joint venture between the Federation of African Immunological Societies (FAIS) and the International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS). For the first time in the history of the IUIS, Africa will host its major international congress in Cape Town in 2022.   As a pre- and post- conference legacy to this historic meeting, the FLP was conceived with the aim of training 1,000 African PhDs  over the next 10 years. To achieve this goal and to transform the African science landscape, we need your help.

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IUIS Elections 2019

 

 

The triennial IUIS Executive and Council Elections will take place during the 17th IUIS General Assembly on Saturday, 19 October 2019, prior to the IUIS 2019 Opening Ceremonies in Beijing, China.

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IUIS VP Faith Osier gives Ted Talk on the Key to a Better Malaria Vaccine

 
IUIS Executive Committee Statement on Gender at IUIS 2019

To all IUIS Members,

 

On behalf of the IUIS Executive Committee (ExCo), I would like to acknowledge the imbalance in the IUIS 2019 preliminary and partial scientific programme posted on the website in regard to both gender and geography. IUIS is committed to equity, and the current ExCo has worked extremely hard over the last two years to improve imbalances at all levels of governance, including Council and Committees.

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