Last 12 months
- May 2022 (0)
- April 2022 (0)
- March 2022 (2)
- February 2022 (3)
- January 2022 (1)
- December 2021 (3)
- November 2021 (1)
- October 2021 (2)
- September 2021 (1)
- August 2021 (1)
- July 2021 (2)
- June 2021 (1)
- Show All
- Infection (1)
- ASI Awards (55)
- Clinical & Translational Immunology (9)
- ASI (85)
- Day of Immunology (17)
- Competition (8)
- ASI Membership (24)
- Visiting Speaker Program (4)
- Immunology (97)
- Closing Soon (4)
- Journals (18)
- Special Interest Groups (3)
- Immunology & Cell Biology (22)
- Women's Initiative (10)
- Event/Meeting (39)
- Vaccines (32)
- Show All
Searching for tag: Special Interest Groups
Monday February 21, 2022
ASI Education SIG Mentoring Program
Submit your EOI before March 4th 2022
Are you looking to improve or streamline your teaching activities?
The ASI Education Special Interest Group are pleased to offer an Immunology Teaching Program that will link mentees with experienced teaching academics to help you get the best out of your teaching practices.
The focus of 2022 is in the following areas:
Designing & delivering teaching content
Online teaching strategies
Pedagogical practices for undergraduate teaching
Open to all current ASI members from ‘new to teaching’ to seasoned ...
Thursday August 06, 2020
Are you interested in receiving a shortlist of quality COVID papers?
Courtesy of Christian Hoffmann & Bernd S. Kamps & DGfI
Dear ASI members,
There is a great resource available called the COVID Reference Top 10 by DGfI member Christian Hoffmann & Bernd S. Kamps. Hoffman and Kamps have compiled a shortlist of quality COVID-19 papers from the available literature and made it available here (you may wish to bookmark this link).
Instead of visiting the link above, you may prefer to receive a regular email in your inbox. If ...
Monday August 28, 2017
At the 2016 ASI Council meeting, a review of ASI's Special Interest Groups was proposed. The goal is to revitalise existing SIGs and to generate a platform to create new SIG's.
This review process will hopefully result in several active SIGs running lots of activities for the benefit of our membership, actively involving the membership and spanning across different fields of interests of ASI members.
To this end, and in accordance with the ASI constitution, we are asking our membership to get ...