The ECR Committee will organize and run young investigator sessions and events to create opportunities for young investigators to build relationships within academia, the corporate world and publishing. Opportunities may …
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The International Cytokine & Interferon Society (ICIS), is a non-profit organization of over 1,050 scientists devoted to research in the fields of cytokine, interferon and chemokine cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry and the clinical use of these biological response modifiers. Bringing together scientists across many different research disciplines, ICIS is the premier organization promoting the field of cytokine biology, impacting all aspects of medicine and leading to new treatments in autoimmune diseases, cancer, infectious diseases and inflammation. A common ground where scientists interested in all aspect of cytokine biology can join and work together to better human health.
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Endowed annual memorial lecture honoring Professor Jürg Tschopp to be given by Ruslan Medzhitov at Cytokines 2022 in Hawaii. Each year the Jürg Tschopp Memorial Lecture will be a highlight of the Cytokines Annual Meetings beginning with the Cytokines 2022 Hybrid Meeting where Dr. Tschopp’s ability to take fundamental discoveries at the bench into the clinic fits perfectly with the meeting’s theme “CYTOKINE OHANA: BRIDGING PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS”.
On behalf of the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC877) at the University of Kiel, we would like to remind you of our third International Symposium entitled “Protease World in Health and Disease” on 11. to 14. September 2022 in Kiel.
ICIS-Regeneron New Investigator Awards for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research (formerly the Milstein Young Investigator Awards) Description: ICIS members who will attend the upcoming annual conference and who have received a Ph.D …
Thanks to 2021 ICIS-Regeneron New Investigator Award Winners for participating at the ICIS Guest Symposium at AAI: Jakob von Moltke, Fiachra Humphries, Sarah Gaffen (co-chair), Shruti Naik and Rebecca Coll …
Curt M. Horvath is honored with the 2022 ICIS-Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his reputation in the community as both an outstanding cytokine scientist and a remarkably dedicated member of the ICIS.
Professor O’Neill is honored with the 2022 ICIS Honorary Lifetime Membership Award in recognition of his exemplary service to the ICIS s a scientific participant, prize winner and organizer at many of our meetings, as well as his public service. Luke has also been a tremendous public advocate for immunology over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and most recently has been helping to raise support and get needed supplies to Ukraine.
Ludmila (Mila) Prokunina-Olsson has been chosen for the 2022 ICIS Mentorship Award in recognition of her significant contributions to the field of immunity and cancer genetics through not only her own seminal discoveries and scientific accomplishments but also through the next generation of scientists she has nurtured, taught and guided. Dr. Prokunina-Olsson’s admiration for diversity and ability to recognize potential, particularly in minority scientists, and then develop a trajectory for their success, have played an important role in establishing the careers of her fellows who then go on to become mentors themselves.
The 2022 ICIS-Luminex John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research Mid-career recognizes Lydia Lynch’s outstanding contributions to the field of cytokine biology, innate lymphoid cells, and established leadership in the field of immunometabolism.
David Artis and Wanjun Chen are jointly recognized for the 2022 ICIS-BioLegend William E. Paul Award for their combined contributions to unraveling the exciting and important biology of cytokines. David Artis’ work has pushed the boundaries of conventional approaches to immune defenses, and elucidated the important role of cytokines in host defenses at the barrier surfaces of the gut, skin, and lungs. Wanjun Chen’s work has significantly advanced our understanding of pathogenesis and has led to the development of immunotherapies for autoimmunity, cancer, and infectious diseases.
The ICIS recognizes Akihiko Yoshimura as the 2022 ICIS-Pfizer Award for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research, the society’s most prestigious award, for his outstanding discoveries in the field of cytokine biology that have transformed human medicine. Professor Yoshimura’s ground breaking discoveries have played an important role in inflammation, allergy, autoimmune diseases, and tumor immunity.