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EFIS Short Term Fellowship: Permanently open applications

EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies).   15-10-2017   https://www.efis.org/efis-support/efis-il-fellowships/index.html    


Applicants must be a member of an EFIS-affiliated society and must be 35 years of age or younger and must hold at least a Master's degree. The proposed stay must be conducted in a European institution. The EFIS Board evaluates applications at its periodic board meetings, held every 3-4 months. The next deadline to submit the application: January 26th, 2018.




The call for applications for the 2018 ACTERIA Prizes awarded by EFIS is open.

EFIS (European Federation of Immunological Societies).   14-06-2017   https://www.acteriaprizes.net    


Together with the Fondation ACTERIA (ACTing on European Research in Immunology and Allergology) EFIS will award a total of 4 prizes (2 for immunology and 2 for allergology) for the best doctoral theses defended in the last 3 years and for early career researchers with up to 10 years postdoctoral experience.

The ACTERIA Doctoral Prizes carry a cash award of €15,000, while the ACTERIA Early Career Research Prizes amount to €25,000 each. In addition, awardees will automatically become eligible for 3-year research grants of up to €50,000 annually.

Applications are now invited from eligible European immunologists and allergologists!

Following the application submission deadline – December 31st, 2017 – candidates' applications will be forwarded to the EFIS-affiliated National Society to which they belong.

Thereafter, Societies (entrusted with the task of establishing their own selection/nomination panels) will formulate a maximum of 4 nominations.




EFIS Day of Immunology 2017: Immunoglobulin E and Allergy.

European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS).   01-04-2017   https://www.efis.org/index.html    


The Day of Immunology 2017 is April 29. To commemorate the 50th anniversay of its discovery and the crucial impact it has had on the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of allergic diseases, this year's Day of Immunology theme is Immunoglobulin E - IgE - Allergy.