EFIS-IL Lecture Award

 

EFIS Member Societies are encouraged to apply for the prestigious EFIS-IL Lecture Award, to invite an outstanding European immunologist to speak at their national meeting.

 

The EFIS-IL Lecture Award entitles the proponent National Society to receive 1000 Euros to offset the Lecturer's travel and participation expenses. In addition, the EFIS-IL Lecture Award Laureate receives a bronze medal depicting Paul Ehrlich and Elie Metchnikoff and - on the condition that she/he authors a manuscript/review on her/his talk for publication in Immunology Letters - may receive an honorarium of 700 Euros. This manuscript should be submitted directly to the Editor-in-Chief of Immunology Letters within three months after the lecture.

 

Approval of the EFIS Board should be obtained before the prospective lecturer is invited. Applications should include a cover letter and the proposed laureate's CV and ten most important publications.

 

Please submit the application via e-mail to the EFIS coordinator and the EFIS Secretary General, at least three months ahead of the meeting. Up to 10 lectures will be supported per year. This award may not be offered more than once to the same person.

 

Next deadline to submit your proposal: October 7, 2017.

 

 


 

EFIS-IL Lecture Award Laureates and Host Societies

 

2017

Dan Eric Hultmark, Hungarian Society

James Di Santo, Italian Society

Maximiliano Gutierrez, Portuguese Society

 

2016

Guido Kroemer, Austrian Society

Lucy Walker, German Society

Claudia Berek, Hungarian Society

 

2015

Stefan H.E. Kaufmann, Italian Society

Anna Blom, Hungarian Society

 

2014

Marcel van den Brink, Dutch Society

Fritz Melchers, Hungarian Society

Peter Openshaw, Irish Society

Luke O'Neill, German Society

Hergen Spits, Italian Society

 

2011

Thomas Schwarz, Hungarian Society

Marco Colonna, Italian Society

Klaus Rajewski, German Society

 

2010

Adrian Hayday, Scandinavian and Estonian Societies

 

2009

Irun Cohen, Irish Society

Roland Johnsson, Turkish Society

 

2008

Peter Zipfel, Hungarian Society

Ulrich Wahn, Czech Society

 

2007  

Reinhold E. Schmidt, Hungarian Society

Cornelius Melief, German Society

 

2005

Andreas Radbruch, Scandinavian Society

Erik Holmdahl, German Society

Steffen Gay, Hungarian Society

Alain Fischer, Italian Society

 

2004

Eric Vivier, German Society

Alexander Enk, Hungarian Society

Sebastian Amigorena, German Society

Eddy Liew, Italian Society

Michael Reth, French Society

 

2003

Michael Goldman, French Society

Lorenzo Moretta, Polish Society

Giorgio Trinchieri, Italian Society

Mohamed Daha, Hungarian Society

Frederica Sallusto, German Society

Marie-Christine Bene, Bulgarian Society

 

2002

Brigitta Heyman, German Society

Jurg Tschopp, French Society

 

2001

Guido Forni, German Society