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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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Inaugural Amanda Proudfoot Tribute Graduate Student/Postdoc Award for Advances in Chemokine Biology – Matteo Massara, University of Lausanne

Inaugural Inaugural Amanda Proudfoot Tribute Graduate Student/Postdoc Award for Advances in Chemokine Biology – Matteo Massara, University of Lausanne

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View & Rate the Videos until August 20th – ICIS – COVID-19 Video Contest

Successful entries must be scientifically accurate and include the roles of cytokines towards suppressing viral infection, as well as the concept of cytokine storm and adverse consequences of cytokines. In addition to scientific accuracy, videos will be judged for audio and visual artistic merit and their ability to engage lay audiences to view the entire videos, which should be no more than 5 minutes in length, excluding credits.

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Announcing the ICIS-LUMINEX John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Interferon & Cytokine Research

Nomination Submission Deadline for the 2020 Award: September 15, 2020

This award generously supported by Luminex Corporation recognizes a mid-career investigator who has made outstanding contributions to the field of interferon or cytokine biology. The awardee will receive a $5,000 cash prize that covers meeting registration, and where applicable travel support to the ICIS annual meeting for presentation of his or her research in an award lecture. The award is named after Dr. John R (Jack) Kettman, an immunologist who was instrumental in the development of Luminex’s technologies and the Luminex Corporation

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