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  • AIFA grant EOI deadline is now 28 August 2020
    AIFA grant EOI deadline is now 28 August 2020
    27 April 2020: In recognition that many potential AIFA grant applicants have less discretionary time in 2020 due to the demands from COVID-19, the AIFA grant EOI deadline (previously 15 April 2020) has been deferred. The revised dates for the AIFA 2020 grant process are as follows: EOIs due: 28 August 2020 (using the form at www.allergyimmunology.org.au/grants) Shortlist announced: 30 September 20...
  • Information about COVID-19
    Information about COVID-19
    13 March 2020: The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) has developed information and guidance regarding COVID-19. The information is available on the ASCIA website at www.allergy.org.au/about-ascia/info-updates/ascia-information-about-covid-19 www.allergy.org.au/patients/immunodeficiencies
  • AIFA opens research grant round for 2020
    AIFA opens research grant round for 2020
    5 March 2020: AIFA announce that research grant round for 2020 is now open. Due to the continued support from generous donors and sponsors, a total of $110,000 will be granted to immunology and allergy research in 2020. $40,000 - AIFA Food Allergy Research Grant $30,000 - AIFA Allergy (other than food allergy) or Autoimmunity Research Grant $15,000 - AIFA Primary Immunodeficiencies Clinical Resear...

Featured Story

Josephine and Lupus

Josephine has been living with Lupus since she was five years of age. Her diagnosis was confirmed when she was nine. Lupus is a disease that has no cure. It is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s own immune system attacks various healthy parts of the body.

Every project endeavours to meet the challenge to improve the health of people living with allergy and immune diseases.

ASCIA acknowledges Piers Haskard for the use of his photography on this website.

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