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YI Award Winners - Where are they now?

Where Are They Now? Past YI Award Winners Share Their Experiences

With the 2024 ICIS Young Investigator Awards recently announced, Signals+ Editorial Board Member, Maialen Sebastian-delaCruz, took the opportunity to catch up with some of the YI Award Winners of past years and asked them to share their experiences and describe the impact this award had in their careers. For some [READ MORE]

Christopher Hunter (Left) is recognized for contributions to T cell immunology with the 2024 Matis Family IFI Investigator Award! E. John Wherry (Right), Director, Institute for Immunology, University of Pennsylvania, presents the award.
Members in the News
New Member Mini-Bios

New Member Mini-Bio Célia Nuovo, M.Sc. Centre International de Recherche en Infectiologie (CIRI), Lyon, FRANCE

Celia Nuovo, M.Sc. CIRI ENS de Lyon Lyon, France X: @NuovoCelia6409 FranceI received my master’s degree in Infectiology, speciality immunology and virology at Université Lyon 1 in Lyon, France. There I have been mentored under Dr. Marlène Dreux and studied the role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells against different respiratory viruses. [READ MORE]

Clinical Trials, contributed by Howard A. Young
Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

Assessment of FOXP3 Gene Polymorphisms and Serum Interleukin 10 in Patients With ITP (FoxP3ITP) ID NCT05410249 Sponsor Sohag University Information provided by Noha Saber Shafik, Sohag University (Responsible Party) Last Update Posted 2023-04-12 Targeting IL-17A for Treatment-Resistant Depression ID NCT04979910 Sponsor Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai [READ MORE]

The ICIS office has moved from Oradell, NJ to San Francisco, CA.
Society News

We’ve Moved!

The ICIS continues to be managed as a virtual office, now with one office in San Francisco and one in Germany. Since the society is a US registered non-profit organization that has been incorporated in the US, and Co-Managing Director, Stephanie Flores is located in San Francisco, please use the [READ MORE]

Sunset photo of Jihyun Yu
Member Highlights

Member Highlight Interview – Meet Jihyun Yu

Currently, I am still undergoing training in Professor You-Me Kim’s laboratory at KAIST, where I am investigating to reveal the novel function of eosinophils and how they are regulated. Cytokines 2023 in Athens marked my second international conference experience. Initially, conversing with foreigners felt incredibly awkward and daunting, but the [READ MORE]

Cytokines 2024 Speakers Day 1 and Day 2
Featured Article!

Don’t Wait! Make Your Plans to Attend Cytokines 2024 / KAI 2024 Today!

The Cytokines 2024 and KAI 2024 Joint Meeting is just around the corner! Join us to learn from the brightest minds in Cytokine and Interferon research and gain the insights, techniques, and experiences you need to amplify your impact and build a global network. Invited speakers for Sunday and Monday, [READ MORE]

Karen Mossman has been chosen to receive the 2024 ICIS Honorary Lifetime Membership Award

Karen Mossman has been chosen to receive the 2024 ICIS Honorary Lifetime Membership Award

Professor Karen Mossman has been selected as the recipient of the 2024 ICIS Honorary Lifetime Membership Award in recognition for her scientific accomplishments that center around basic virology, interferon responses and how to exploit this fundamental knowledge for clinical benefit as well as her long time commitment to the scientific community and members of the ICIS. [READ MORE]

Members in the News

ICIS Member, Dr. John O’Shea, Scientific Director of Intramural Research, Elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences

On May 2, 2023, NIAMS Scientific Director of Intramural Research, Dr. John O’Shea, was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences at the conclusion of the Academy’s 160th annual meeting. This designation – considered one of the highest honors that a scientist can achieve – recognizes distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.  [READ MORE]