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Tuesday May 18, 2021

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Friday February 26, 2021

How to win your own autographed copy of Peter Doherty's book, "Pandemics"... Sign up to our ICB and CTI Content Alerts and receive content alerts directly to your inbox.
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Wednesday December 16, 2020

ASI Position Vacant: Editorial Assistant (ICB & CTI) Due to the significant growth of our ASI journals Immunology & Cell Biology and Clinical & Translational Immunology, we are now seeking an Editorial Assistant for our journals.  This would best suit someone with existing editorial experience or a strong interest in gaining experience in the publishing sphere. This is a remotely-located, contracted role requiring a time commitment of approximately 4 hours per week. Click the green button below for more details.  Please feel free to forward on to any ...
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Monday December 07, 2020

ASI Expert Panel Series: The Best of ICB - recording now available An event like no other On the 26th Nov 2020, we shone a spotlight on 3 Immunology superstars whose papers were selected as part of our ICB Virtual Issue "The Best of ICB".  Congratulations to: Prof. David Tarlinton, Monash University "BAFF, IL‐4 and IL‐21 separably program germinal center‐like phenotype acquisition, BCL6 expression, proliferation and survival of CD40L‐activated B cells in vitro" A/Prof. Meredith O'Keeffe, Monash University "Daptomycin‐resistant Staphylococcus aureus clinical isolates are poorly sensed by dendritic cells" Prof. Weisan Chen, La Trobe University "Host CD8α+ and ...
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Friday October 30, 2020

  Ways to get involved with ASI Dear ASI members, One of the major benefits of being an ASI member is being able to join a committee or a group email list to receive news that is of direct interest to you. We've made a brand new webpage summarising all the ways to get involved with ASI - just click the green button below to check it out. See how you can get involved!
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Friday July 10, 2020

ICB Cover Competition for 2021 Could your scientific image be our next cover?    It's that time of year again! ICB is looking for exciting and eye-catching images to use for its 2021 cover. We are offering the opportunity for your image to be the one selected for 2021. The winning entry will also receive a $500 prize.*  To submit your winning image, please email your entry to [email protected] and include “ICB Cover” in the subject line. The closing date is 31st August 2020.  Helpful advice: We need high ...
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Wednesday June 10, 2020

Did you know? As a current ASI member, you have free access to Immunology & Cell Biology Yes, that's right, all ASI members have FREE access to Immunology & Cell Biology! This is another benefit you have as an ASI member so be sure to keep your membership up-to-date. Simply access all ICB articles by heading to the ICB page, scrolling down, and clicking the green button "ICB Access (members login)". Log in to check if you are a 2020 member Check out the latest ICB ...
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Saturday March 14, 2020

Immunology & Cell Biology  DEPUTY EDITOR applications are now invited Immunology & Cell Biology is seeking applicants for the position of Deputy Editor to support the ICB Editorial Team. The primary responsibility of the Deputy Editor is to support the Editor-in-Chief in maintaining and building ICB as a definitive source of primary immunology research. The Deputy Editor will be part of an Editorial Team consisting of the Editor-in-Chief, three other Deputy Editors, two News & Commentary Editors, an Associate Editor and an Editorial Assistant. She or ...
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Monday February 10, 2020

The results are in! We are very excited to showcase Immunology & Cell Biology's Top Cited Publications for Jan 2018 - Dec 2019. Congratulations to the authors of the following papers: Immune checkpoint inhibitors in cancer therapy: a focus on T‐regulatory cells Varun Sasidharan Nair, Eyad Elkord. Regulatory T cells (Tregs) play essential roles in immune homeostasis; however, their role in tumor microenvironment (TME) is not completely evident. Several studies reported that infiltration of Tregs into various tumor tissues promotes tumor progression by limiting antitumor immunity and supporting ...
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Wednesday January 15, 2020

Immunology & Cell Biology  ASSOCIATE EDITOR, Social Media and Web Content applications are now invited Immunology & Cell Biology is seeking applicants for the position of Associate Editor to support the ICB Editorial Team. The primary responsibility of the Associate Editor is to support the Editor-in-Chief in maintaining and building ICB as a definitive source of primary immunology research. The Associate Editor will be part of an Editorial Team consisting of the Editor-in-Chief, four Deputy Editors, two News & Commentary Editors, and an Editorial Assistant. She ...
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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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Monday October 28, 2019

ICB and CTI Publication of the Year Awards for 2018 Congratulations to the winners of these prestigious awards! Every year, our ASI journals Immunology & Cell Biology and Clinical & Translational Immunology recognise the most outstanding articles based on scientific merit, published in the former year. Click here to read the latest ICB Editorial about the ICB Awards by Anne La Flamme, ICB Editor-in-Chief.     Garth Cameron  Immunology & Cell Biology Chris and Bhama Parish Publication of the Year Award is awarded to  Garth Cameron Differential surface phenotype and context‐ dependent reactivity of functionally diverse NKT cells Emma de Jong   Immunology & Cell Biology Thermo Fisher ...
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Thursday October 17, 2019

ICB and CTI are featured in the latest Wiley Virtual Issue to celebrate IUIS 2019 in Beijing!  Visit the Virtual Issue collection for the most recent advances in Immunology and Disease research.
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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.
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Thursday July 11, 2019

ICB is looking for exciting and eye-catching images to use for its 2020 cover. We are offering the opportunity for your image to be the one selected for 2020. The winning entry will also receive a $500 prize.* To submit your winning image, please email your entry to [email protected] and include “ICB Cover” in the subject line. The closing date is 31st August 2019.  Helpful advice: We need high resolution images, but if your file size is too large to send by e-mail, ...
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Wednesday May 01, 2019

Contagious Cancer – the curious case of Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease. We all know that you can’t ‘catch’ cancer from another person, because cancer is not contagious. But, for Tasmanian devils this is not the case.
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Tuesday March 05, 2019

Special Invitation for ASI Members The Editors of Immunology & Cell Biology are looking for ASI members to act as Guest Editors for Special Features to be published in 2020. This invitation is open to all ASI members, but we particularly encourage early and mid-Career scientists to apply. Special Feature Reviews in ICB offer a unique way to cover recent developments and evolving knowledge in specific areas of immunology and cell biology and greatly help to increase our impact in the field. ICB Special Features in ...
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Sunday December 23, 2018

We recently offered ASI members the opportunity to submit an image to be used as the new 2019 cover for our ASI flagship journal Immunology & Cell Biology. 2019 ICB Cover by Fernando Souza-Fonseca-Guimaraes, WEHI & Carolina Camargo de Oliveira, UFPR, Brazil 2019 Special Features Cover by Chelsea Gerada, Megan Steain, Brian P. McSharry, Barry Slobedman, Allison Abendroth, USYD Congratulations to Fernando Souza-Fonseca-Guimaraes (WEHI), who submitted the winning image that will be used for the 2019 cover of Immunology & Cell Biology. Additionally, many congratulations ...
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Thursday November 20, 2014

Immunology & Cell Biology celebrates 90 years of publication in the current year. The journal was founded in 1924 and a testament to the importance of this journal is that it has become home to a number of landmark papers in the field. This includes many primary works by Macfarlane Burnet, winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology (1960) for and Donald Metcalf, winner of the Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award (1993). (see more) ARTICLE highlights from 90 years ...
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