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History has shown the major impact vaccination has on improving public health, and today, COVID19 vaccines are clearly having a measurable impact in controlling the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.  The Canadian Society for Immunology supports unbiased, well-informed and non-politicized scientific debate as vaccine rollouts occur with unprecedented speed; however, we strongly condemn concerted disinformation campaigns that misuse selected scientific data to advance political or economic ideologies.  These activities not only undermine the scientific process but also actively impair public heath efforts and prolong the pandemic at great cost to us all.  We are proud of our scientists who continue to work hard to fully understand all facets of the immune response to this virus, as well as the response to vaccines.  Based on the overwhelming evidence for vaccine safety and efficacy, we urge all Canadians to get fully vaccinated as soon as possible; we stand firmly in support of the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Detailed information from the Public Health Agency of Canada can be viewed here:

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/vaccines.html

Read the statement from Canadian Science Societies here: https://canadiansciencesocieties.ca/

CSI News

University Seminar Series:

ImmuNet and seminar chair, Dr. Kristi Baker are pleased to announce that Dr. Harland W. Jackson, Assistant Professor, Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Systems Pathology, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health System, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Department of Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto will present our ImmuNet seminar on Thursday, November 25th.  The title of Dr. Jackson's seminar is "High dimension imaging: from single cell phenotypes to cellular networks".  The seminar will begin at 10 am MT. See registration details.

 

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As a member of the CSI you will be eligible to apply for student, postdoctoral and junior faculty travel awards to the annual Canadian Society for Immunology meeting as well as travel awards given out every third year to attend the International Congress of Immunology's annual meeting. As a CSI member you will be able to register for the annual CSI meeting at a reduced registration rate.

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