Young Investigators to Watch...2022 Winners

2022 Christina Fleischmann Award Winner

Dr Snehlata Kumari is a group leader/senior research fellow at the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute in Brisbane, Australia. Her laboratory research focuses on identifying and understanding the immuno-modulatory signaling mechanisms controlling inflammatory skin diseases and skin cancer. [READ MORE]

Young Investigators to Watch...2022 Winners

Announcing the Pfizer Junior Investigator Award Winners for Most Promising Research Presentations at the Cytokines 2021 Virtual Meeting

Up to four (4) trainees with the highest scoring abstracts as per the scientific review committee for Cytokines 2021 Virtual Meeting, will be awarded $1,250 each for their ICIS-PfizerTrainee Presentation in the most appropriate session based on topic. Meeting the 2021 ICIS-Pfizer Trainee Awardees. These awards are sponsored by Pfizer in recognition [READ MORE]

Young Investigators to Watch...2022 Winners

Cytokines 2021 Virtual Meeting Abstract Award Winners

Announcing the Cytokines 2021 Virtual Meeting Milstein Abstract Award Winners Powered By EmbedPress Announcing the Cytokines 2021 Virtual Meeting EFIS Trainee Abstract Awards European Federation of Immunological Societies and the European Journal of Immunology Travel/Abstract Awards Available for trainees and postdoc presenters who are currently working in Europe or the UK. [READ MORE]

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Pfizer Trainee Awards for Most Promising Research Presentations at the Cytokines Annual Meeting

All ICIS member trainees (students, postdocs and fellows) are invited to apply for a Pfizer Trainee Award at the time of abstract submission, before the June 1, 2021 deadline.

Up to four (4) trainees with the highest scoring abstracts as per the scientific review committee, will be awarded $1,250 each and will be invited to give an oral presentation at Cytokines 2021 Hybrid Meeting, recognized as a PfizerTrainee Presentation, in the most appropriate session based on topic. [READ MORE]

Young Investigators to Watch...2022 Winners

2020 Milstein Young Investigator Award Winners:

Every year three-five awards are granted to individuals who have made notable contributions to either basic or clinical research. This award is provided by a generous gift of the Milstein Family and all ICIS members who will attend the upcoming annual conference and who have received a Ph.D or M.D. within the previous 10 years are eligible, but may be extended by 1 year due to parental leave. [READ MORE]