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Clinical Immunology Committee (CIC)
The Clinical Immunology Committee (CIC) aims to promote clinical immunology and training courses, particularly for clinical topics such as infectious dideases, immunodeficiencies, autoimmunity etc.
Education Committee (EDU)
The EDU Committee is mandated to help organizing immunology courses in the developing world.
Gender Equality Committee (GEC)
The mission of the GEC Committee is to encourage promotion of women immunologists around the world and to help with career development issues of women and young scientists.
Inborn Errors of Immunity Committee (IEI)
The IEI Committee consists of experts in all aspects of primary immunodeficiencies.
Immunotherapy Committee (ITH)
The ITH Committee has been created to assist in the development and clinical application of immunotherapy in the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases with special emphasis on the developing…
Nomenclature Committee (NOM)
The NOM Committee is composed by 10 nomenclature sub-committees dedicated to specific areas of nomenclature.
Publications Committee (PUB)
The PUB Committee has four main goals, including the promotion of IUIS communications, and the support of publications relating to IUIS meetings.
Quality Assessment and Standardization Committee (QAS)
The QAS Committee's goals include contributing overview articles for the IUIS journal, and keeping existing sub-committees supported.
Vaccine Committee (VAC)
What is the VAC? Suggested activities of Vaccine Committee (VAC) are the following: Research Topic: Demographic changes in the population (aging society, obesity, chronic diseases etc) demand risk group targeted…
Veterinary Immunology Committee (VIC)
The VIC Committee promotes and coordinates the interests of the international veterinary immunology community.
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