Join Us for the IUIS Junior Community Meet & Greet Featuring the IUIS2023 Nobel Laureates keynote speakers & IUIS Rising Stars in Cape Town!
The IUIS Junior Community presents this exclusive Meet & Greet event as part of our activities during IUIS2023 in Cape Town!
Don’t miss out on this exceptional event bringing together the next generation of immunologists with some of the most esteemed minds of our field! If you’re passionate about the future of immunological research don’t wait to apply for the chance to be part of this memorable experience!
- Engage in insightful discussions with Nobel Laureates Drs Emmanuelle Charpentier and James Allison.
- Network with IUIS Rising stars – promising early-career researchers selected by the IUIS2023 committee
- Exchange ideas and experiences with your peer immunology enthusiasts.
The IUIS Junior Community (JC) aims to promote and connect Early Career Researchers working in the field of immunology or adjacent disciplines at the international level, specifically focusing on low-to-middle-income countries.
Together with the IUIS committees, the IUIS council, and the Executive Board, the IUIS Junior Community aims to achieve the following tasks and actions:
- Promote and connect Early Career Researchers (ECRs) at the international level through:
- supporting the creation of junior national or regional societies with a specific focus on low-to middle-income countries
- ensuring that IUIS’ activities meet the needs of ECRs by providing ECR representation in the IUIS council and committees
- fostering the collaboration with ‘Frontiers in Immunology’
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- Enhance education opportunities and improve training environments for ECRs, including:
- mentorship programs to connect experienced IUIS members with ECRs,
- the organization of various events, including (virtual & in-person) conferences, seminars, or workshops
- fostering training events like summer/winter schools at the regional and international level
- all of the above will be carried out with a particular focus on diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) to specifically support traditionally underrepresented groups and women in science
- Support IUIS and its members in activities and events highlighting the field of Immunology, for example, by participating in the international “Day of Immunology” and other public education and outreach campaigns
How can I join?
The Junior Community welcomes members with a scientific background working in the field of Immunology or an adjacent discipline with less than ten active* years of working experience after their last official degree (BSc, MSc, PhD) and/or within their first five active* years of starting an independent working group (e.g., assistant (non-tenured) professors or having secured independent funding that support a research group beyond their salary).
*’Active’ excludes parental or health leave and might extend to other reasons individually
If you are interested in joining, please enter your details here!
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We will also be at IUIS 2023 in Cape Town! The official launch of the IUIS Junior Community will take place during the IUIS Congress in Cape Town! Join us at IUIS 2023.