From Left: Musa M. Mhlanga, Collins M. Morang’a, Nada Abdel Aziz, Kondwani Jambo and Luke O’Neill at the ICIS symposium at IUIS 2023 in Cape Town
Dusan Bogunovic (L) Awarded the 2023 ICIS-Luminex John R. Kettman Award for Excellence in Cytokine & Interferon Research Interview with ICIS Treasurer, Dusan Bogunovic Please tell us your name, degree, …
Friday 1 December, h 14:00 – 15:30, Cape Town
International Cytokine & Interferon Society Sponsored Symposium: “Novel Immuno-Biology at Single cell resolution”, Co:Chairs: Professor Luke O’Neill, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland and Professor Musa M. Mhlanga, Epigenomics & Single Cell Biophysics Group, Dept. of Cell Biology, Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Radboud University, Dept. of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Luke O’Neill PhD, Trinity College Dublin, Chair of Biochemistry, ICIS Member Highlight
The results are in, and it’s official. The Athens ICIS meeting in October rocked! We have compiled answers from the survey of attendees, which confirmed our own feelings about the success of this conference. Kudos to Drs. George Pavlakis and Vangelis Andreakos for leading such a terrific event. The “proof of the pudding” is that over 95% of attendees plan to come to another Cytokines meeting based on their experience in Greece.
The Beyond Sciences Initiative (BSI), a not-for-profit international organization, provides a platform for dialogue among young scholars around the globe. www.beyondsciences.org
Dr. Eleanor Fish founded BSI in 2013, specifically to create a network for young scholars that would develop lasting relationships throughout their professional careers, cognizant of the diversity and inequities around the globe. The first founding Chapter of BSI was in Toronto, affiliated with Trinity College, Toronto and the University of Toronto. To date BSI has representatives in over 100 countries. BSI’s mandate is to foster academic and personal growth while empowering young scientific leaders to make lasting and influential change within their local and global communities. This is accomplished by increasing cultural understanding among geographically separate communities, and by ensuring unrestricted access to scientific knowledge through mentorship, STEM workshops, a lecture repository and an annual international online conference.
Virtual Platform with all recorded presentations, based on speaker permission, from Cytokines 2023: 11th Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine & Interferon Society, which took place in Athens, Greece from October 15-18th. On-demand access will be available until the end of 2023.
Université Paris-Saclay, Paris, France
As an Immunology Therapeutic Area Biomarker Lead (TABL) you will lead disease area biomarker matrix teams and be accountable for the delivery of “fit for purpose” exploratory biomarker strategies across multiple programs in early and late clinical stages. In late phase particularly, you’ll be expected to assume the overall accountability for the biomarker strategy for at least one of our portfolio assets. You will be a core member of Project teams, involved in Global Biomarker and Diagnostic Teams, engaged in Translational Data Science teams, and provide therapeutic area line strategic, scientific and tactical input. As a TABL you will lead efforts to identify, develop, and drive disease, mechanistic and compound biology that serves the precision medicine hypotheses for the multi-indication portfolio.
In the role of TABL in Biomedical Research, Translational Medicine-Biomarker Development (BMD) you will be responsible for:
Three minute highlights videos of Cytokines 2023 final day at the Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens, Greece – One featuring the scientific presentations and discussions, engaging poster session and gala dinner and one focusing on Luke O’Neill’s Metabollix band and fans at the Gala. Please view the photos albums of the opening session, exhibitors networking, awards presentations, Monday night at the Acropolis Museum dinner and ECR Networking event. Thanks to all who participated.