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Searching for posts in the month of: August 2019
Thursday August 15, 2019
National Science Week celebrates the scientific contributions of Australian scientists and their research institutes and universities to the world.
The latest ICB Virtual Issue explores a wide range of topics from Indigenous Aboriginal immunity against the flu to the neonatal immune system.
Click here for more ICB Virtual Issues.
Monday August 12, 2019
What is ‘I Am An Immunologist’?
If you haven’t already seen some of our posts, ‘I Am An Immunologist’ is an ongoing promotional campaign created by Gabriela Khoury to help the public become more familiar with what an immunologist does.
The ASI showcases different members by introducing them and what they study on Twitter and Facebook. Often featured members participate in ‘A Day in the Life of an Immunologist’ where they share their daily antics as an immunologist on Twitter.
How can I ...
Friday August 02, 2019
ASI is committed to promoting gender equity and diversity at our annual meetings.
Each year, the Local Organising Committees of our annual meetings endeavour toward achieving gender parity in the speaker selection. We're proud of what we've achieved - click here to check out the gender balance amongst our invited speakers and chairs for the last couple of years.
As part of our commitment to promoting gender equity and diversity, ASI Women’s Initiative offer 4 Travel Awards (up to AUD1000 each) to facilitate the attendance ...
Thursday August 01, 2019
The ASI Women's Initiative is jam-packed full of membership benefits, including the inaugural Margaret Baird Women in Immunology Lectureship Award that we recently launched, Travel Awards (opening soon), a Mentor-Mentee Program, and the Women Speakers Database.
What is the purpose of the ASI Women Speakers Database?
A cornerstone of the ASI Women’s Initiative is the Women Speakers Database.
It is a valuable resource that has been developed for a number of different purposes, to aid:
The immunological community looking for speakers, session chairs ...