The Austin Renaissance Hotel
AMLI Quarterly seminar Series Launched!
The AMLI began its Quarterly Seminar Series on March 26, 2021, with a presentation on
Antibody Responses to COVID-19
Kamran Kadkhoda, Ph.D., SM(ASCP), D(ABMM), D(ABMLI)
Medical Director, Immunopathology Lab
Main Campus, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Watch the Seminar:
The seminar can be viewed at https://www.amli.org/amli-seminars/, along with written answers supplied by Dr. Kadkahoda to questions which were not answered due to lack of time.
CME credits will be available for both those who viewed the live seminar, and those who watch online. Detailed instructions to obtain CME credits will be posted here soon.
UPCOMING COUNCIL ELECTIONS
ELECTION OF SOME OFFICER AND COUNCIL MEMBER POSITIONS COMING UP!
You will soon be receiving a Survey Monkey ballot for election of several AMLI officer and Council positions. PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR IT AND RESPOND QUICKLY!
ERWIN NETER AWARDS
It is time to send in nominations for the Erwin Neter Award. Please follow the link above to read more details about this annual award, and the submission process.
Not only is it a great honor to receive this award, it comes with a $1,000 gift.
DEADLINE FOR CASE STUDIES FOR ANNUAL MEETING
PLENARY SESSION EXTENDED
Please consider submitting a case study for the 2021 Case Studies Plenary Session
Deadline June 16 , 2021.
AMLI requests interested members to submit case studies for the 2021 meeting. Case studies should include a diagnostic laboratory challenge in the field of immunology and are meant to engage the audience in interactive discussion. Although challenging/interesting case studies covering different subfields of clinical immunology are welcome, we encourage cases focusing on innate immunity and autoinflammation, autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases including Covid. The case studies session chairs will review submissions and choose four case studies to be presented at the 2021 Case Studies Plenary Session. Meeting registration, hotel and airfare will be covered for speakers whose case studies are chosen for the plenary session. The submission should include the following and should be limited to one page:
1. Brief introduction of the topic;
2. Case study/challenge;
3. Laboratory findings;
4. Case resolution and discussion;
5. learning objectives
Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The extended deadline to submit a case study for consideration is April 15, 2021.