Project results from AIFA grant recipients (awarded in 2021) were presented at the ASCIA 2022 conference in Melbourne in September. It was excellent to see so many research project leaders in person, and to hear how AIFA helped them to progress their research and gain new knowledge about immune system disorders.
AIFA 2020 grant recipients (L-R): Dr Vicki McWilliam, Dr Catarina Almeida, Dr Celina Jin, A/Prof Kirsten Perrett, Dr William Smith.
Allergy and immunology researchers continue to show what they can achieve when given the seed funding and opportunities to investigate ways to prevent, diagnose, treat and cure immune system disorders.
Thank you to ASCIA members, other donors and industry sponsors, who provide generous support for allergy and immunology research through AIFA grants.
AIFA will continue to move research forward in 2023, and you can be a part of the journey by donating to AIFA. Your donation is a lasting legacy which will help people living with allergy, immunodeficiency and other immune system disorders.
Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year from the Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia (AIFA) team. We hope that 2023 brings happiness, good health and success for you and your families.
Dr Melanie Wong | AIFA Chair
A/Prof Theresa Cole | ASCIA President
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