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Wednesday September 18, 2019

We invite nominations for ASI Council 2020!   Positions will commence at the Annual General Meeting in Adelaide on Tuesday 10th December 2019. To apply, nominees are asked to please complete the nomination form, include their 200 word biography, and upload to the new ASI website by logging in and clicking on the 'Awards' tab. The deadline for nominations is Monday 14th of October 2019. Please note that current position holders may renominate. Council positions open for nomination   Voting Council: Vice President -  4 year total term comprising 1 year as Vice ...
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Tuesday September 17, 2019

Please click here to visit our Newsletter page and download your copy of the September 2019 ASI Newsletter.
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Tuesday September 10, 2019

ASI Awards Judging Panel  Earlier in the year we introduced a new ASI initiative - the ASI Awards Judging Panel. In response to the growing number of award opportunities we offer to members, we now need to establish a group of members to act as assessors for scoring award applications. We invite ASI members to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) if they wish to join the Awards Judging Panel and make their contribution to ASI. Twelve members will be chosen to form the ...
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Monday September 09, 2019

Please join us in congratulating ASI Honorary Life Member Jacques Miller for receiving the 2019 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award.   Professor Jacques Miller is a joint winner with Professor Max Cooper of Emory University, US and they received this prestigious honour for their discovery of B and T cells more than 50 years. This discovery was ground breaking and formed the fundamental pillar of our understanding of the adaptive immune system. It's moments like this when we are reminded of the amazing ...
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Tuesday September 03, 2019

Application rounds for the following ASI Awards are currently open, and close September 30th 2019: International Travel Awards: Postgraduate & Postdoctoral Senior Travel Awards: Gordon Ada International Travel Awards - Postgraduate Purpose: To support student members of ASI who wish to travel overseas for conferences (excluding the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting). These awards are offered twice a year. Please note that Higher Degree students, Honours students and Research Technicians are all eligible to apply for Postgraduate Travel Awards. International Travel Awards - Postdoctoral Purpose: To support early-mid career members of ASI who wish to ...
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Monday September 02, 2019

Is there an Immunologist you would like to meet? A key benefit to being an ASI member is the opportunity to nominate a prominent international Immunologist whom you'd like to meet and possibly collaborate with. There are 2 opportunities every year for ASI members to nominate international speakers to visit Australia and New Zealand, funded by ASI. The second 2019 nomination round is currently open and closes September 30th 2019. Click here to learn more.
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Monday September 02, 2019

Abstract submissions for the ASI Annual Scientific Meeting have been extended until 6th September 2019, so we’d like to remind you of the fantastic ASI Meeting Awards, Subsidies and Travel Bursaries currently on offer.   Applications for all Annual Meeting Awards also close 6th September 2019. Why is it so great to be an ASI member? Last year we DOUBLED our Travel Bursary total funding to AUD 40 000 this year, so your chances of success are: ~1 in 2 if you are a Postgraduate Student ~2 in 3 if you are a ...
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