EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies) 04-10-2019 https://www.acteriaprizes.net/eligibility-criteria-guidelines/acteria-doctoral-prizes-awarded-by-efis/index.html
These prizes will honor the best doctoral theses defended in topics related to immunology and allergology in European universities/institutions in the last 3 years prior to the application deadline (December 31, 2019). Hence, applicants who earned their doctoral degree before January 1, 2017 are not eligible.
The prizes carry individual cash awards of € 30.000 each, plus the possibility to attain € 50.000/year for 3-year research projects.
Prize winners will be announced in May 2020.
EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies) 16-07-2019 https://www.efis.org/the-federation/women-in-immunology/about/about.html?nav=true
Gender imbalance in science is a long-standing issue that has moved into the spotlight in recent years in the European Union. EFIS propose to compile a comprehensive and easily accessible database of female investigators in Europe with expertise in immunology. We ask all our member societies to encourage their female members to register and create a profile in our "Women in Immunology" database.
See full details in the link above.
On a rather cold and rainy winter’s afternoon in Berlin, delegates steadily streamed into the German Rheumatism Research Centre Berlin (DRFZ) for the first EFIS Strategic Retreat.
Hosted by EFIS President Andreas Radbruch, the retreat was the first of its kind: a meeting open to delegates from all 35 EFIS affiliated national societies to engage in discussion about what EFIS could do to meet the needs of the European immunology community, to identify challenges facing immunology researchers in Europe and, eventually, to assess the need to establish taskforces and structures to tackle these challenges on a European level.
Held over two days, the retreat was attended by 23 out of 35 EFIS Societies, and commenced with a warm welcome from Andreas Radbruch, who outlined the topics to be addressed, namely, support of the European Congress of Immunology, expanding EFIS Study Groups and Schools, financing of EFIS, and the changing landscape of scientific publishing.
Find PDF attached.
EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies). 27-03-2019 https://dgfi.org/akademie-fuer-immunologie/translational-school/
EFIS inform you that openings are still available for EFIS-EJI sponsored travel bursaries -especially for junior members- to attend the 8th Translational Immunology School to be held in Potsdam, Germany, this coming April 11-13, 2019. The topics covered include developments in diagnostics, new research technologies, modern immune intervention and new immune therapeutic principles.
EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies). 25-02-2019 https://www.humanvaccinesproject.org/
Dear EFIS Society Representatives,
Just a short message to relay a couple of announcements that could presumably be of interest to your membership ranks:
1) The Michelson Prizes, awarded by the Human Vaccines Project, to junior investigators under 35 years of age who are significantly advancing the development of vaccines and immunotherapies for major global diseases in the focus areas of: 1) Human Immunology 2) Computational Biology and Protein Engineering, and 3) Neglected Parasitic Diseases (excluding malaria).
2) Various awards offered by the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS).
Please, find attached (PDF) the minutes of the EFIS Board's Meeting of 01/09/2018 (Amstelveen, The Netherlands).
EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies). 14-09-2018 https://www.journals.elsevier.com/immunology-letters
Dear EFIS Society Representatives,
The morning of 11.09.2018, Vito Pistoia - Editor-in-Chief of Immunology Letters - passed away at home under the care of his loved ones.
EFIS and the European immunology community mourn his loss.
First of all we want to thank you for your support of ECI2018.
It has come to our attention that Frontiers in Immunology is commissioning for article collections directly linked to ECI workshop sessions. Although of course we cannot stop Frontiers approaching individual session chairs, we would very much like to stress that EFIS is financially strongly supported by our two journals (European Journal of Immunology and Immunology Letters).
Like for previous meetings our journals will be commissioned to report from the Amsterdam meeting.
René van Lier (EFIS President)
Junta de la SEI 20-06-2018 https://www.eci2018.org/home/
The 5th European Congress of Immunology (ECI) will take place in Amsterdam (September 2-5, 2018). Late abstract submission is open and everyone who missed the regular deadline or has late breaking research is welcome to submit. The deadline for the late abstract submission is july 8, 2018. The deadline for the early registration fees is approaching and will be on June 29, 2018.
EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies). 21-05-2018 https://www.efis.org
We inform to all EFIS Member Societies that the Turkish Society for Immunology (TSI) did indeed reach an agreement with the Immunological Society of Serbia (ISoS), and that, EEIG ECI-EFIS stakeholders have now unanimously approved and support the joint TSI-ISoS proposal to co-organize the 6th European Congress of Immunology in Belgrade in 2021.
Please, find attached a letter from EFIS president.