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Clin Imm Sōsh: The CIS Newsletter

Clin Imm Sōsh: Pointing you in the right direction
May 2016

Welcome to Clin Imm Sōsh, the quarterly e-newsletter from CIS! We like to keep you up to date on CIS's projects and committees, as well as let you know what's new on the website and social media. 

 

Message from the CIS President, Dr. Jordan Orange

Dear Colleagues:

It is a true honor to be writing to you as the current President of the CIS, but more importantly to be a President who is a direct product of the CIS educational mission. I was a student in the first CIS PID Summer School 15 years ago and will soon be followed by Troy Torgerson and Sergio Rosenzweig who were also students in that Summer School. Overall, it speaks to some of the amazing things that CIS is doing to advance our specialty and field. Of note, applications are currently open for the 15th CIS PID summer school to be held in Miami, Florida, October 6th-9th; please do nominate your very best trainees and junior faculty for this important educational and career development opportunity.

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2016 Annual Meeting

Thank you for joining us in Boston for the 2016 CIS Annual Meeting. To relive all of the excitement read our Annual Meeting Recap for details that you might have missed!


Following Infants with Low Lymphocytes program

As discussed at the 2016 CIS annual meeting, the “Following Infants with Low Lymphocytes: FILLing the Gap" registry is now online https://usidnet.org/fill/. The CIS, in collaboration with the United States Immunodeficiency Network and the Jeffrey Modell Foundation have now established a registry to longitudinally collect key clinical and laboratory data, including diagnosis, treatment and outcomes for infants found to have T cell lymphopenia (TCL) as detected by newborn screening using the T cell receptor excision circle assay. This resource will make possible determination of the relative frequency and natural history of TCL as well as the other known causes of low lymphocytes. This registry will collect longitudinal (retrospective and prospective) clinical and immunological data that is already being generated in the course of clinical care to define the status over time of this group of infants and others born with low T cells including the diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic measures adopted for these infants.


CIS Case Conference Webinar Series

CIS is proud to continue our Case Conference Webinar Series on May 31, at 8:00 pm ET. Hosted by the PID Summer School faculty and graduates, this interactive electronic format emphasizes discussion of interesting cases where we can all learn from each other. Registration is free and all are welcome! To register for the May 31webinar, visit https://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EC55D98786473E.

Additionally, we are happy to provide recordings of our past webinars on the CIS website. To view any (or all nine) of our past webinars, please visit http://www.clinimmsoc.org/education/webinars.

Please note: CME is not offered for this webinar series, whether live or recorded.


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As always, we value your input, so if there are topics you'd like to see more (or less!) of in the newsletter, or you have any other comments, please drop us a line at info@clinimmsoc.org.