Announcing the Winners of the 2022 ICIS-Regeneron New Investigator Awards for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research (formerly the Milstein Young Investigator Awards)

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Rising Stars of Cytokine Biology:

Charlotte Odendall. PhD, King's College London, UK
Regeneron New Investigator Awards for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research (formerly the Milstein Young Investigator Awards)
David Olagnier, PhD, Aarhus University, Denmark
Timothy O'Sullivan, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Christoph Schneider, PhD, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Young Investigator Awards for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research

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 or M.D. within the previous 10 years are eligible, but may be extended by 1 year due to parental leave (per child). Every year up to FOUR awards are granted to individuals who have made notable contributions to either basic or clinical research. ICIS members may apply themselves or nominate other eligible members for these Regeneron New Investigator Awards,  All Awardees will be invited for an Oral presentation during the Meeting.
Award: $5,000 provided by Regeneron.

These awards replace the former Milstein Young Investigator Awards.

Previous Milstein Young Investigator Award Winners

Looking back at ICIS 2019 Award Winners!

2019 Award Winners: Milstein Award Winners, BioLegend William E. Paul Award Winner, Honorary Lifetime Membership Award, Distinguished Services Award and all Young Investigator Award Winners, Awards Session Sunday, 20 October in Vienna