Video Library

CIS Video Library

Below you will find a collection of videos including past webinar recordings, and individual didactic videos. Do you have other topics that you would like to see covered? Let us know!

Gender and Diversity in Allergy/Immunology:
Part 1 - 10/14/20

Presented by the Women in Clinical Immunology Committee


Gender and Diversity in Allergy/Immunology:
Part 2 - 11/17/20

Presented by the Women in Clinical Immunology Committee


CIS/ISSAID Webinar - 9/8/2020

CIS COVID-19 Webinar - 8/31/20


CGD Videos

Chronic Granulomatous Disease (CGD) is a primary immunodeficiency which may present with infection or inflammation. The genetic defects associated with CGD cause aberrant or absent enzyme function, which results in a pronounced inflammatory response, and increased susceptibility to bacteria and fungi that are rarely pathogenic in immunocompetent hosts. While many affected patients manifest symptoms early in life, those with milder defects may not develop problems until they are adults. The rarity of this condition, coincident with the variety of clinical presentations, often delays establishing the correct diagnosis, resulting in poorer outcomes of those affected.


These videos are directed towards primary care providers and specialists who may encounter in their practice a patient with CGD, and may need to consider this diagnosis, and manage confirmed cases. They aim to increase awareness by providing a brief overview of the condition, discussing the phenotypic spectrum, reviewing medical management and hematopoietic cell transplantation. Also included is information regarding the role and availability of gene therapy.


We thank the many contributors who made these videos possible, including the managing physicians who shared their expertise. We also are very grateful to Horizon, whose generous funding and logistical support made production of these videos possible.

Overview of CGD

Clinical Presentation of CGD


 Management of CGD


Gene Therapy


Concluding Points


WCIS/ECI Leadership Webinar

The Women in Clinical Immunology Sciences (WCIS) Committee and the Early Career Immunologists (ECI) Committee joined together to host a webinar focusing on three key areas of leadership; negotiating, team building and management, and time management. The presenters (in order of their presentations) were Jordan Orange, MD, PhD, Roshini Abraham, PhD and Troy Torgerson, MD, PhD.


Genetic Counselor Webinar


ISSAID Webinar