Cytokines 2023 Closing Day Meeting and Gala Highlights Videos, Zorba & Photo Albums

Cytokines 2023 Gala Metabollix led by world renown immunologist, Luke O’Neill!

Thanks to Emmanouela Bourbouhakis and Adonis Vlachos from Photoshop Company in Athens for the above two “Highlights Videos” & professional photographs taken on the opening and closing days of Cytokines 2023.
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Special thanks to Philip Hansbro for taking the next video which captures a special song that the Metabollix added to their playlist – and our local organizers and participants graciously taught participants to dance the Zorba!

Cytokines 2023 Photo Albums (click on each photo to view the photo albums)

Cytokines in the airway infection and inflammation - Sponsored by the Korean Association of Immunologists KAI

Pre-Conference Symposium sponsored by KAI

2023 YI Awards

ICIS Young Investigator Awards

2023 ICIS-Pfizer Trainee Awards

ICIS-Pfizer Trainee Awards

Cytokines 2023 Mid-Career & Senior Awards Ceremony

Mid-Career & Senior Awards

Exhibitors & Networking

Networking with the Exhibitors

Cytokines 2023 Welcome Reception

Welcome Reception

ECR Networking Event

ECR Networking Event (please send in your additional photos!)

Acropolis Museum Networking Event

Monday Night Acropolis Museum Networking Event (please send in your additional photos!)

2023 Closing Session

Keynote 2 & Closing Session

Cytokines 2023 Gala

Gala Dinner & Entertainment with Luke O’Neill & the Metabollix

More to come….we are especially in need of photos from the Monday night networking event at the Acropolis Museum & Tuesday night ECR Networking Event

To include your photos in the albums, please send them to Joan Oefner

Member Highlight Interviews

Mark Travis

Member Highlight Interview with Mark Travis, Ph.D.

Member Highlights
Not an immunologist by training…. I did my BSc in Biochemistry and Genetics at Lancaster University, then a PhD in Protein Biochemistry at the University of Manchester, working on how integrins bind to ligands and signal. I then did my post-doc at UCSF, where I started working on integrins that bind and activate the cytokine TGF-beta. I made a conditional knockout mouse while I was there that got an intestinal inflammation phenotype, so I quickly morphed into becoming a mucosal immunologist…. which I have been ever since!Please tell us your name, degree, where you currently work, and the position.Mark Travis, PhD, I work at the University of Manchester as a Professor of Immunology and current Head of the Division of Immunology, Immunity to Infection, & Respiratory Medicine.Where did you do your training?I am not an immunologist by training…. I did my BSc in Biochemistry and Genetics at Lancaster University, then [READ MORE]
Irini Sereti

Member Highlight Interview with Irini Sereti, MD, MHS.

Member Highlights
Irini Sereti, MD, MHS. I currently work at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health (NIH). I am the incoming chief of the Laboratories of Immunoregulation and Molecular Microbiology.In both the clinic and the lab, I study inflammatory complications in people with HIV and the impact of CD4 lymphopenia in HIV and other conditions, specifically a rare disorder of unclear etiology called idiopathic CD4 lymphopenia (ICL). Lots of work on biomarkers and immune-based therapies in these conditions hence my affinity for cytokines.When not in the clinic or lab, I enjoy being my daughter’s Uber service, this allows me to get all the “tea” and learn how to use lowkey correctly in a sentence.Please tell us your name, degree, where you currently work, position: Irini Sereti, MD, MHS. I currently work at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health [READ MORE]