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Tuesday November 19, 2019

Dear ASI member, Notice is hereby given that the 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology Inc. will be held as follows:  Date: Tuesday, 10th December, 2019 Time: 12.30pm (ACDT) Location: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia Please refer to the email we have sent to you and note we have 4 proposed changes to the ASI Constitution. Kind regards,  ASI Executive Committee
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Monday November 18, 2019

ASMR wishes to pass on the following message to ASI members. If you have not already completed the survey below, I urge you to do so now.   The data provided about Australia's HMR workforce is invaluable in communicating with Ministers, Shadow Ministers and government at all levels.   Your assistance in supporting the sector in this way is much appreciated.   Dear Member, In light of the rapidly evolving health and medical research landscape, the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) is conducting a workforce ...
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Wednesday November 13, 2019

The Best of CTI 2019 The ASI journal Clinical & Translational Immunology publishes cutting-edge advances in biomedical research for scientists and physicians, and is proud to promote scientific excellence. We are excited to announce the following publications have been selected by the CTI Editorial Board as being the Best of CTI for 2019: Kathryn E Hally   Platelets regulate leucocyte responses to Toll‐like receptor stimulation James (Jim) Harris   Analysis of serum interleukin(IL)‐1α, IL‐1β and IL‐18 in patients with systemic sclerosis Lisa FP Ng   Novel differential linear B‐cell epitopes to identify Zika and dengue virus ...
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Wednesday November 06, 2019

The Best of ICB 2019 The ASI journal Immunology & Cell Biology  publishes cutting-edge research and is proud to promote scientific excellence. We are excited to announce the following publications have been selected by the ICB Editorial Board as being the Best of ICB for 2019: Daniel Gray   CARD11 is dispensable for homeostatic responses and suppressive activity of peripherally induced FOXP3 + regulatory T cells Jason Kelly   Chronically stimulated human MAIT cells are unexpectedly potent IL-13 producers Chunni Lu   Memory regulatory T cells home to the lung and control influenza A virus infection     Don't miss ...
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