President's Message

Dear CIS Members,

I wanted to take a moment to share some updates with our members. We have several exciting opportunities happening within our society!

First, we are busy preparing for the CIS 2023 Annual Meeting in St. Louis! Our Program Committee has worked hard to plan captivating programming for four days of science. In addition to the learning opportunities, this is a perfect occasion to network within the immunology community and build and sustain partnerships with colleagues from all over the world.

Next, until March 10th we will be accepting applications for the 2023 Diagnostic School, which will be held virtually, August 2-4. This is an excellent opportunity for early and mid-career immunologists to learn from leaders in the field about the cutting edge laboratory techniques applied to the diagnosis and follow up of our PID/IEI patients.

Finally, let me take this opportunity to announce some changes in the CIS staff. After serving as CIS Executive Director for nearly a year, Justin Dodge decided to pursue his career outside Executive Director, Inc. (EDI), the company that provides management services to CIS. Justin has done excellent work with us, and he will certainly be missed. We wish him the best of luck with his new endeavors.

We are also enormously pleased to welcome our new Executive Director, Madeleine Hanan, who has been with EDI for over eight years. She has served in various positions within an emergency medicine physician association, primarily in board administration and management. Her professional qualifications also include a master’s degree in management and the designation of certified association executive (CAE). We are very much looking forward to working with her for many years to come!

Please be sure you register for the 2023 Annual Meeting. We look forward to seeing you in St. Louis! 



Sergio Rosenzweig, MD, PhD
CIS President 2021-2023, on behalf of the Clinical Immunology Society