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Thumbnail for The ASI Newsletter June 2022 edition is out now!

Friday June 17, 2022

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Tuesday April 12, 2022

WELCOME TO DAY OF IMMUNOLOGY WESTERN AUSTRALIA, 2022 To celebrate the International Day of Immunology 2022 in Western Australia, we have put together fun activities to help you learn about the immune system. Starting on the 18th of April 2022, we have daily activities to do, leading up to the final day, the 29th of April – the International Day of Immunology. We have 3 activity categories with prizes: Activity Prize Daily activities related to an immune cell or concept 🛍️ 10x prize packs total A crossword with daily ...
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Thumbnail for The ASI Newsletter March 2022 edition is out now!

Tuesday March 22, 2022

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Friday March 18, 2022

The Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI) strongly condemns the violent acts of war imposed by Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, resulting in the senseless death of its citizens, destruction of critical infrastructure, healthcare and academic institutions in Ukraine.  ASI abhors the thousands of lives already lost, the numerous injuries caused by Russia’s aggression, the persecution of innocent lives and the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the Ukraine. This includes disruption of Ukrainian scientists and clinicians, who are unable to advance knowledge, ...
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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 ...
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Wednesday February 09, 2022

Are you looking for a speaker to celebrate International Women's Day, March 8th? Find Your Next Speaker on the ASI Women Speakers Database Our ASI Women Speakers Database is a great resource provided by our Women’s Initiative to promote equal representation of women within the immunological research community. This searchable database of women within the immunological community in Australia and New Zealand can assist in identifying individuals to invite as speakers at conferences, chairs of sessions, presenters of seminars, participants on review panels, ...
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Friday February 04, 2022

What is the Wiley-CAUL agreement? A new 3-year partnership between Wiley and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL).
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Friday January 07, 2022

ASI Awards Judging Panel  Submit your EOI before February 28th 2022 Application Round: Jan 17th - Feb 28th 2022 As ASI continues to grow, we give back more to our members by providing numerous awards and funding opportunities throughout the year. Back in 2019, we introduced a new ASI initiative - the ASI Awards Judging Panel.  We established a group of members who were keen to give back a little and willing to act as assessors for scoring ASI award applications. We now invite ASI members to ...
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Wednesday December 22, 2021

We welcome our new ASI Sustaining Member: AbbVie AbbVie is proud to be named as a Sustaining Member of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI). As a company that aims to make a remarkable impact on the lives of patients, advancing the science and education of immunology is a shared goal. We are highly committed to developing and maintaining partnerships that ultimately benefit patients and fuel scientific progress. To create innovative solutions that go beyond treating the illness to ...
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Monday December 20, 2021

Many congratulations to the following people for receiving an ASI Award in 2021! 🏆 ASI AWARDS ASI AbbVie New Horizons Research Award Di Yu Margaret Baird Women in Immunology Lectureship Award Jointly awarded to: Antje Blumenthal Joanna Groom Jared Purton - ASI Awards 1st Prize: Ajithkumar Vasanthakumar 2nd Prize: Susan Christo Career Advancement Awards - Gordon Ada Jaclyn Pearson Clare Slaney Debbie Watson Di Yu Career Advancement Awards - Postdoctoral Tier 1: Johannes Mayer Louise Rowntree Amania Sheikh Lakshanie Wickramasinge Tier 2: Ailin Lepletier de Oliveira Junyun Lai Career Advancement Awards - Postgraduate Tier 1: Lucy Cooper Meg Donovan Jennifer Habel Anne Huber Anukriti Mathur Zhijia Yu Tier 2: Eric Alves Rasa Islam Cheers-Buchan Education Award Maurizio Costabile ASI Public Engagement Award Kylie ...
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Thumbnail for The ASI Newsletter December 2021 edition is out now!

Friday December 17, 2021

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Wednesday November 10, 2021

2021 ASI AGM  Dear ASI member, Notice is hereby given that the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology Inc. will be held as follows:  Date: Thursday December 9th 2021 Time: 10:30 for WA, 12:00 NT, 12:30 for QLD, 1:00 for SA, 1:30 for ACT / NSW / VIC / TAS, 3:30 for NZ Location:  Online via Zoom All current 2021 members are invited to attend and will need to register for the online AGM.  Please click the green button below to register so we ...
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Friday October 22, 2021

Introducing the new ASI AbbVie New Horizons Research Award Application round:  October 22nd - November 1st 2021   With much excitement, we announce a brand new award in partnership with AbbVie. We are now accepting applications to the ASI AbbVie New Horizons Research Award, so be sure to apply if you are eligible. AbbVie is a global biopharmaceutical company committed to developing innovative therapies for some of the world’s most complex conditions. In Australia, we employ more than 450 people with our therapies currently benefiting more than 30,000 Australians ...
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Wednesday October 20, 2021

Following our recent call for ASI Council nominations, we are pleased to announce the following results. Congratulations to the five incoming ASI Council Members for 2022 who have been elected unopposed. We warmly welcome and congratulate:  Dr Julia Ellyard, ASI ACT Branch Councillor Dr Damon Tumes, ASI SA/NT Branch Councillor (2nd term) Dr Rachael Zemek, ASI WA Branch Councillor Ms Marina Yakou, ASI Social Media Coordinator A/Prof Diana Hansen, ASI Women's Initiative / EDI Coordinator   Online Ballot for members - closes October 20th 2021 As we have received multiple nominations for the other positions on ...
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Thumbnail for The ASI Newsletter September 2021 edition is out now!

Friday September 17, 2021

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Wednesday August 04, 2021

We are very pleased to announce the launch of the website for the 49th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology.
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Wednesday July 28, 2021

Are you our next ICB Editor-in-Chief? We now seek applicants for the position of Editor-in-Chief (EIC) for our journal Immunology & Cell Biology (ICB).   Founded in 1924, ICB is one of the oldest specialty Immunology journals in existence. Major historical contributions include publications by Donald Metcalf of the strategy for identifying colony-stimulating factors (CSFs) and the development of the clonal selection theory by Frank Macfarlane Burnet, in a series of more than 90 publications in the 1970s. In 2021, our dedicated ICB Editorial Board achieved a significant milestone; the highest ever ICB Impact Factor ...
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Tuesday July 13, 2021

Celebrating our Impact Factor We are excited to announce the 2020 Impact Factor for Immunology & Cell Biology. At 5.126, this is our highest Impact Factor to date! Founded in 1924, ICB is one of the oldest specialty Immunology journals in existence. Click here to browse our latest publications and be sure to submit your next manuscript to ICB. .   ICB publishes the latest research in immunology, cellular immunology, innate and adaptive immunity, immune responses to pathogens, tumour immunology, immunopathology, immunotherapy, immunogenetics, immunological studies in humans and model organisms, ...
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Thumbnail for The ASI Newsletter June 2021 edition is out now!

Friday June 18, 2021

Please click here to visit our Newsletter page and download your copy of the June 2021 ASI Newsletter.
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Thumbnail for Get to know our members | Dale Godfrey

Tuesday May 25, 2021

  Dale Godfrey What was your first job? Newspaper delivery boy (The Herald – an afternoon newspaper back in the day).   What are you currently watching on TV? In between TV shows right now, but just finished Schitt’s Creek, which was excellent (yes, I know, it is quite old now, but I was a slow starter).   Which celebrity would you like to meet for a cup of coffee? Jerry Seinfeld.   What would you sing at Karaoke night? Paradise by the dashboard light. In fact, I did sing that at a Karaoke ...
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