Welcome to the Immunology Interest Group
The Immunology Interest Group (IIG) organizes activities designed to promote information exchange and interactions among NIH scientists interested in the field of immunology, broadly defined. Interactions are facilitated via weekly meetings on current topics as well as an Annual Immunology Workshop.
All IIG activities are organized by the Steering Committee, whose members are elected annually by the entire IIG community after the Immunology Workshop. The 2015–2016 IIG Steering Committee members are:
Daniel Barber (NIAID)
Yasmine Belkaid (NIAID)
Nicolas Bouladoux (NIAID)
Vanja Lazarevic (NCI)
Warren J. Leonard (NHLBI)
Michail Lionakis (NIAID)
Katrin Mayer-Barber (NIAID)
Art Shaffer (NCI)
Polly Matzinger (NIAID)
Nicholas P. Restifo (NCI)
Pamela L. Schwartzberg (NHGRI)
Howard Young (NCI)
Jinfang Zhu (NIAID)
Rachel Gottshalk (NIAID)
Oliver Harrison (NIAID)
Ashley Moseman (NINDS)
Amy Palin (NICHD)
IIG seminars are typically held every Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. in the Lipsett Auditorium in Building 10. Offsite NIH users, for example at Frederick or Twinbrook, can access the live stream via NIH Videocast. On-campus users are asked to attend the actual talk and NOT live stream the talks. It is important that our speakers have a dynamic audience, and you get valuable interaction time with others in the immunology community.
IIG seminar schedule until end of June 2016:
05/15/2016 -- No Seminar
05/25/2016 -- Mike Diamond, Washington University
06/01/2016 -- Sun Hur, Children's Hospital, Boston
06/08/2016 -- Danny Douek, Vaccine Research Center
06/15/2016 -- David Scott, Uniformed Service University
06/22/2016 -- Andy Luster, Harvard Medical School
06/29/2016 -- Vojo Deretic, University of New Mexico
Archived copies of IIG seminars are available and are free to watch at the IIG Seminar Archives.
To join or leave the IIG listserv, IMMUNI-L, follow these instructions. For the listserv, you must use the same email address that is listed in the NIH Enterprise Directory.
NIH PIs who conduct research in immunology fields are listed at http://irp.nih.gov/our-research/principal-investigators/focus/immunology.
Another important immunologic resource on campus is the Center for Human Immunology.
If you encounter problems on this site or have questions, send e-mail to the NIH SIG Administrator.