Let's celebrate the International Day of Immunology 2023 !

We are excited to celebrate the International Day of Immunology (DOI) on the
29th April. The topic of this year is “Immunology talks to Public Health”. This year we are going to run a series of short videos for the DOI2023 to showcase the contribution of early career researchers to topics relevant to public health.

Would you like to help gain some spotlight on Immunology and present your research area  to the public? This is a great opportunity to show your research and discuss its potential clinical translation and the benefits it brings to public health. 

Principal investigators are also welcome to participate and highlight the research done in their research group.

Some examples of topics that the video series could cover are Cancer immunology, Autoimmunity, Infectious diseases, Neuroimmunology, Mucosal immunology, Immune tolerance, Immunometabolism, and Big data & immunology.

If you are interested, please have a look at the instruction file for more information and send us your video by 31st March.


A look back at the DOI 2022!

our Coronavirus Vaccine Questions Answered!!
Watch HERE (English version)

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The first question comes from Shakya from Italy and she asks how vaccines can protect us from getting sick with COVID19 - watch HERE for our short explainer!

Next up is Samuel from France who is asking about side effects of the COVID19 vaccines in kids - watch HERE what we answered!

Salomé from France is wondering if cats can get vaccinated against COVID19 - WATCH the video to learn more.

Last but not least, not about vaccines but nevertheless a very important question at the beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere: Algi from Turkey wanted to know why we get red bumps after mosquito bites! Watch HERE!

2022 Day of Immunology: Immunopaedia early career researchers

The International Day of Immunology (DoI) is celebrated every April 29 as a way of bringing immunology out of the labs and into the hearts and minds of the general public.
For the 2021 and 2022 #DayofImmunology, the International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS), the European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS), young EFIS (yEFIS), and Immunopaedia have collaborated to produce short videos celebrating immunology using the #ThankYouImmunology.
The aim of the project is to celebrate the monumental achievements of immunologists the world over. Thanks to everyone who participated and helped to make such great projects.
We hope that you enjoy watching and #ThankYouImmunology!

(202) 2022 #ThankYouImmunology project introduction - YouTube