International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS)
Union internationale des sociétés d'immunologie
1969-05-05 Bruges Belgium
Founded following recommendations of a meeting, 1968, Interlaken (Switzerland). Official constitution adopted 1971, Washington DC (USA). Constitution revised: 1986, Toronto ON (Canada); 1995, San Francisco CA (USA); 2014, Nairobi (Kenya); 2019, Beijing (China).
Organize international cooperation in immunology; promote communication between the various branches of immunology and allied subjects; encourage cooperation between societies representing the interests of immunology within each scientifically independent territory.
Events2023-11-27 | Cape Town, South Africa – Congress
2022-08-15 | Cape Town, South Africa – Congress
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