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Clin Imm Sōsh - September 2015
Pointing you in the right direction
Welcome to Clin Imm Sōsh, the quarterly e-newsletter from CIS! We'd like to keep you up to date on CIS's projects and committees, as well as letting you know what's new on the website and social media. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIS Case Conference Webinar Series
The Case Conference Webinar Series is back from summer hiatus! We are pleased to continue our webinar series of immune deficiency case presentations. 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! Our next webinar will be on September 29, 2015, at 8:00pm ET. Please join us by registering at
http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EC51DF8488483F . Recordings of previous webinars are available on the CIS website.
CIS thanks LASID and USIDNET for their generous support of the Case Conference Series webinars.
2016 Annual Meeting
CIS is excited to let you know that registration for our 2016 Annual Meeting will be opening in October. You can preview the Annual Meeting program on our website, as well as look at the topics that will be discussed in our pre-conference day on Updates in Diagnostic Advances in Primary Immunodeficiencies.
Get involved in CIS
The CIS Communications Committee is looking for new volunteers. The Communications Committee oversees the CIS website, newsletter, journal and social media. The committee is also responsible for updating the WEBbook of Biologics each fall. If you are interested in becoming part of this dynamic committee, please email CIS at email@example.com!
2015 Summer School in Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases
In less than a month, 34 selected fellows will engage in an intensive course with 10 of the top faculty in immunology at the PID Summer School. The program will be held from October 15-18 at the Thompson Hotel in Miami Beach. New this year, 4 immunologists who have already completed their fellowship will have the opportunity to participate as observers at the Summer School. CIS would like to thank the support of Baxalta, CSL Behring, Grifols and Horizon Pharma in making the Summer School possible.
2016 Membership renewal
Membership renewal notices for 2016 will be coming out in October. As always, we encourage you to renew early and avoid the rush!
Submit your articles to JoCI
The Journal of Clinical Immunology is the official journal of CIS. It's a great journal, but we need your help to make it even better. The CIS Council encourages CIS members submit their work to JoCI to make our official journal the strongest it can be.
First Winter School for Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases in Hanoi, Vietnam
On November 27 and 28, 2015 the first Asian-Pacific Society of Immune Deficiencies (APSID) Immunology Course for young immunologists will be held at the National Hospital Pediatrics in Hanoi, Vietnam. A total of twenty-nine applicants were received and final selection is currently underway. Five faculty members from Univ. Washington, Univ. Zurich, Univ. Hong Kong, Nat'l Defense Medical College (Japan) and UCLA will teach the course as well give lectures during the Plenary Session at the Vietnamese Medical Association meeting. Support was kindly provided by the Jeffrey Modell Foundation and Baxalta.