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37th NSI Annual Meeting & General Assembly

Date: Friday, November 29, 2019
Time: 9.30 to 22.00
Location: Runde Auditorium, Domus Medica, Oslo

Registration and Abstract deadline: November 1

Please register and submit your abstract at https://nettskjema.uio.no/a/124002

**Four (4) travel grants awarded for non-Oslo attendees**

Abstract guidelines/information are in the Nettskjema link above.

Programme Highlights:

Session 1: K.G. Jebsen Centres for Cancer Immunotherapy, Coeliac Disease, B-cell malignancies, Influenza Vaccine Research and Autoimmune Disorders

Session 2: NSI Honorary Member Lecture – Kjetil Taskén (University of Oslo) & NSI Keynote Lecture – David Sancho Madrid (CNIC Madrid)

Session 3: National NSI Speaker – Piotr Mateusz Mydel (University of Bergen) & oral abstract presentations #1-4

Session 4: National NSI Speaker – Janna Saarela (NCMM, University of Oslo) & oral abstract presentations #5-8

NSI General Assembly, poster session with open bar and dinner party after Session 4 (17.40 onwards)


Per Brandtzaeg Travel Grant

NSI is now accepting applications for the Per Brandtzaeg travel grant (100,000 NOK) which supports training abroad in the field of mucosal immunology.

Candidates must have been awarded their PhD within the previous 7 years and employed at a Norwegian university or university hospital. Funding can also be awarded to an exceptional PhD student in exceptional circumstances.

Each application should contain the following documents:
– Project plan (max 10 pages)
– CV (max 2 pages)
– Publication list
– Budget, containing information about travel and stay in addition to possible support from other sources
– Support letter from a relevant Norwegian institution and an invitation letter from the head of the department where the applicant will be working during the stay

All of the documents must be sent as a single PDF to Astrid Holø (astrid.holo@medisin.uio.no) by the deadline of 01 November 2019.

The successful candidate will be announced at the NSI Annual Meeting on November 29.


2019 NSI Research Award – nominate now!

The NSI Research Award is given to the first author of an outstanding original scientific paper in the field of immunology. The work must be affiliated with a Norwegian research institution.

Articles published after November 2018 are eligible for consideration.

The author must be a NSI member at the time of the General Assembly in November 2019.

Please send your nominations to Victor Greiff (victor.greiff@medisin.uio.no).


2019 Immunology Day at Litteraturhuset

Theme for 2019: current and future use of antibiotics

Thank you all of the attendees and participants!

We encourage you to visit here for a summary of the discussion.



2019 Scandinavian Society for Immunology (SSI) Annual Meeting

NSI hosted the SSI annual meeting at Geilo, Norway 2-6 April 2019.

Visit the SSI 2019 website for photos and archived information.


UiO FOCIS Centers of Excellent Symposium Interaction of Immunology and Microbiota

18-22 April, 2019

Thank you Professor Andrew Macpherson for an inspiring keynote presentation and very productive week of science and networking.


NSI Patrons and Sponsors

Immunology is a collaboration between excellent academic research and innovative companies aiming to understand disease mechanisms and develop new therapeutics.

NSI greatly appreciates the support of the following academic centers and industrial partners in fostering the Norwegian immunology community.

 

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