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AMLI CELEBRATES ITS MANY WINNERS!
Professor E. Nigel Harris, MPhil, MD, DM
Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies
Professor Harris is a colleague who has truly served science and medical immunology over a lifetime of achievement.
Among other contributions, he developed the 1st anti-cardiolipin assay that is widely used for the evaluation of antiphospholipid syndrome.
Distinguished Service Award
Wayne Hogrefe, Ph.D.
A member of AMLI since 1999, Dr. Hogrefe has served the society with singular passion and dedication.
During his career, he developed assays that many of those attending AMLI
trust and depend on for proper management of their patient population.
This year, an unprecedented number of abstracts were submitted to AMLI … more than 45 when we usually average around 25.
Out of those submissions, four were chosen to receive the Abstract Awards.
Hemant Raj Joshi, University of Utah School of Medicine
Evaluation of Interference in Flow Cytometric Crossmatch Testing by Common Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies
Dharmendra Jain, University of Utah School of Medicine
Comparison of Two Clinical Laboratory Assays for Measuring Serum Adalimumab and Antibodies to Adalimumab
Jody Frinack, Mayo Clinic
Tocillzumab Quantitation: Method Development and Validation Using a Bridging Immunoassay
Matthew M. Roforth, Mayo Clinic Rochester
Development of an ELISPOT Assay for the Detection of Memory T cells to SARS-CoV-2
Many More Winners
We had 45 accepted Abstract Posters.
The Abstract Awards for 2020 and 2021 were supported by the
JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
AMLI Webinar Series
The two AMLI webinars are now online. They may be viewed for CE credits as well.