ACTERIA Prizes awarded by EFIS - Singling out Europe’s young talents in Immunology & Allergology
The Call for applications for the 2022 ACTERIA Doctoral Thesis Prizes in immunology and allergology will open on October 1st, 2021 and close on December 31st, 2021!
On the recommendation of the ACTERIA Prizes Selection Jury, the Fondation ACTERIA is delighted to announce the Laureates of the 2021 ACTERIA Early Career Research Prizes:
In Immunology - Charlotte Scott, VIB-UGent Center for Inflammation Research, Belgian Immunological Society, for her work since earning her PhD on the characterisation of dendritic cells in the intestine and her proposed research on the functions of distinct hepatic macrophage populations in fatty liver disease.
In Allergology - Nicolas Gaudenzio, Toulouse Institute for Inflammatory and Infectious Diseases (Infinity) - UMR 1291 INSERM - CNRS - University of Toulouse, French Society for Immunology, for his achievements following his doctoral dissertation on mast cell-T helper cell interactions during skin inflammation and his intent to investigate skin-projecting nociceptors as gate-keepers of neutrophil-driven damage during allergic contact dermatitis.
The Fondation ACTERIA wishes to express its congratulations to all candidates for the high caliber of applications submitted, and trusts that each and every applicant will indeed contribute significantly to her/his field of work in the coming years.