2021 ICIS Member Engagement Campaign!

Renew or join ICIS, the premier organization of over 1,100 members from 44 countries promoting the field of cytokine biology, impacting all aspects of medicine and leading to new treatments in inflammation, autoimmune diseases, cancer and infectious diseases.

Signals+ Volume 8, No. 2

Signals+ Volume 8, No. 2 – So much has changed since just the last issue of Signals+ when we had only begun working “remotely”. The COVID19 pandemic has reached sobering milestones with deaths surpassing one million world-wide and over 219,000 in the US alone and the “mask” issue a political statement. We’ve also seen mass protests all over the world in the wake of the George Floyd police killing in Minneapolis, to the extent not seen since the civil rights movement of the ‘60’s.

Gregory F. Sonnenberg Awarded the ICIS-LUMINEX John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Interferon & Cytokine Research

Gregory F. Sonnenberg Awarded the ICIS-LUMINEX John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Interferon & Cytokine Research – 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.

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

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.