ASI Fireside Chats

 

ASI Online Fireside Chats

A free Q&A session, tailored to the family and friends of ASI members and the general public who simply want accurate answers.

It's confusing when there are so many mixed messages out there.
Come along to our Fireside Chats; a free Q&A session where you get your questions answered, based on science.

 

 

"Can we become immune to COVID-19?"

May 19th 2020
Presented by Prof. Stephen J. Turner, ASI Vice President and Head, Dept. of Microbiology at Monash University, VIC.
Moderated by Dr. Connie Jackaman, ASI Executive and Research Fellow, Curtin University, WA.


"Why do older people suffer more from COVID-19?"

June 1st 2020
Presented by Prof. Arne Akbar, President, British Society for Immunology and Professor of Immunology, University College London, UK.
Moderated by Dr. Connie Jackaman, ASI Executive and Research Fellow, Curtin University, WA.


 

"Burning questions and fairy tales in Immunology"

June 18th 2020
Presented by Prof. Anne La Flamme, Editor-in-Chief of ASI Journal Immunology & Cell Biology and Professor of Immunology, Victoria University of Wellington.
Moderated by A/Prof. Damon Tumes, ASI Councillor and Group Leader in Allergic Inflammation, University of South Australia and Centre for Cancer Biology.


"Vaccines... Find out the facts!"

July 6th 2020
Presented by Dr. Kylie Quinn, ASI Councillor and Vice-Chancellor's Research Fellow, RMIT University
Moderated by A/Prof. Damon Tumes, ASI Councillor and Group Leader in Allergic Inflammation, University of South Australia and Centre for Cancer Biology.


"Allergies, asthma, autoimmune diseases and COVID-19: Your questions answered!"

August 21st 2020,  in celebration of National Science Week
Presented by Clinical Prof. Michaela Lucas, President-Elect, ASCIA and Clinical Immunologist, Allergist, Pathologist and Head of Drug Allergy Services,
Dept. of Clinical Immunology, University of WA.
Moderated by A/Prof. Elissa Deenick, ASI Executive Committee (2016-2019) and Head, Lymphocyte Signalling and Activation Lab, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW.


"How do we make antibodies to viruses?"

September 30th 2020
Presented by A/Prof. Elissa Deenick, ASI Executive Committee (2016-2019) and Head, Lymphocyte Signalling and Activation Lab, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW.
Moderated by Dr. Tyani Chan, ASI General Manager and Honorary Appointee, B Cell Biology Lab, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW

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