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CIS Case Conference Webinar Series

New Webinar Available for Viewing!

 

"Two Sisters with Lymphadenopathy, Autoimmunity,
and Inborn Error of Immunity"


Matthew Wyke, MD with Senior Expert V. Koneti Rao, MD, FRCPA

 



"Balancing Lymphocyte Activation: Too Close to the Sea or the Sun?"

Rachel Guess, MD with Senior Expert Sergio D. Rosenzweig, MD, PhD

 

 

 

January 24th, 2023

 


Message from CIS President

Dear Colleagues:

At this point I hope that we are all recovered from what was another successful Spring season of meetings and conferences. One of those being the 2022 CIS Annual Meeting! I would once again like to extend a thank you to the 777 attendees (both in person -532- and virtual -245-), the 2022 Program Committee, and specifically our Co-Chairs, Drs. Elie Haddad and Rebecca Marsh who made everything possible during our full week of science...

 

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Donate Plasma - And Tell your Friends!

CIS has created a graphic with information on where to find plasma donation centers. Download now and share amoung your communities! 

 

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Pioneers in Clinical Immunology

Kate Sullivan, MD, PhDDr. Kate Sullivan

"A few gender-specific thoughts are in order given the mission of this group. I have many traditional female traits. I’m a builder of consensus, I lead by example, I try to build trust and forge community. But- niceness must not be mistaken for weakness. It is possible to be simultaneously fierce, supportive, and pleasant. Maybe that is not your personality. Great!  I don’t want you to be like me. I want you to be better and to succeed by being you."

 

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Job Research Foundation Announces 5th Round of Funding

The Job Research Foundation, which seeks to help find a cure for Job Syndrome by providing the global scientific community with additional opportunities to further research into the rare multisystem immunodeficiency disorder, has announced the fifth round of grant funding.

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