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Day of Immunology

DoI 2017

Inside Immunity

AAI Advanced Course in Immunology 22 - 27 July, 2018

Advance Course in Basic & Clinical Immunology Feb 18-21, 2018


Early Career Research Prize in Vaccinology R&D


Early Carreer Research Prize in Vaccinology

Our objective: promote and foster a younger generation of scientists in the early stages of their career!


The scope of the prize relates is to reward significant achievements in Vaccine R&D, including the discovery of new vaccine antigens, new vaccines design, understanding the basics of the immune response, new technologies that will improve the future of vaccines and vaccination and that are supported by proof-of-concept data (preclinical and clinical).

For more information, check the Promotion Flyer and share it throughout your networks !


Applications due 31st October 2017 !

First International IUIS-FAIS-IMMUNO-ETHIOPIA Course

The IUIS Education Committee is mandated to help organizing immunology courses in the developing world.The IUIS-FAIS-IMMUNO-ETHIOPIA Course was the first international course ever held at the University of Gondar, Ethiopia. From February 26th 2017 to March 5th, 14 students representing 16 countries gathered for 7 intense, dynamic and interactive days!


Read the course report and learn more about the IUIS Education Committee!

IUIS-BRAZIL Advanced Course on Vaccines

Sao Paulo, 11-15 December 2017

Scientific Position

Telecommunication coverage and outreach technology mapping Position

Call for expression of interest/Terms of Reference Telecommunication coverage and outreach technology mapping for Pandemic Influenza Risk Communication and Community Engagement.

One of the anticipated main challenges in an influenza pandemic is to be able to reach populations, responders and decision-makers in all areas of all countries. Even in pandemic readiness work, there is an urgent and persisting need to reach diverse population groups, anywhere in the world. This need for reach across the world is especially important for pandemic risk communication and community engagement work.


Day of Immunology 2017

April 29th marks the Day of Immunology. Check out what some of our members did to celebrate and spread awareness!

Report on Advanced Course in Basic and Clinical Immunology


(INDIA)                                      (Paraguay)                                                 (Brazil)

I was really fortunate to have been a part of such a highly educational and scientific course.The FOCIS and IUIS is known to organize such informative courses.The course was held at avery beautiful place i.e. ScottsdaleResort and Spa, Arizona, USA from 19th-22nd February, 2017.The course included a total of 13 well known eminent Immunologists as faculty from different reputed institutes of USA, including UCSF, University of Massachusates, Harvard Medical School, University of Pennsilviniya, Yale School of Medicine, Stanford University etc and around 60 participants globally.

10th African Congress of Immunology 3-7 December 2017 and 14th Annual Meeting of the Tunisian Society of Immunology (STI)


The Federation of African Immunological Societies (FAIS) and the Tunisian Society of Immunology (STI) announce that the online registration to the 10th African Congress of Immunology in Hammamet, Tunisia from the 3rd to the 7th December 2017 jointly with the 14th Annual Meeting of the Tunisian Society of Immunology (STI) is now open on FAIS Africa.

Early Bird Registration
: until 31st May, 2017

Abstract submission deadline
: 31st May 2017 (maximum of two abstracts per participant)

Scholarship ≤ 35 years deadline
: 30th April, 2017

Robert Koch Stiftung Awards 2016

Robert Koch Awads 2016

IUIS President Professor Alberto Mantovani is being recognized for his pioneering work on the link between inflammation and cancer. This year he has been awarded with the Robert-Koch Prize 2016 for opening up an entirely new field of research on his observations that cells of the innate immune system accumulate around certain cancer foci.