alexa European Society for Immunodeficiencies

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European Society for Immunodeficiencies

The European Society for immunodeficiencies (ESID) is a non for profit association that was created in 1994. ESID has been striving to improve the knowledge in the field of Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) by encouraging research, developing educational programs and fostering cooperation among all those involved in the diagnosis, treatment and management of these diseases. ESID is organized in 7 working parties – Inborn Errors, Clinical, Education, Genetics, Registry, ESID Juniors, and PID Care in Development. ESID has invested in several activities such as ESID Biennial Congress, ESID Summer School, and Endorsed activities, Awards and Grants, ESID Registry, ESID Guidelines. The European Society for Primary Immunodeficiencies was founded first as an informal group in 1983 in Rome, Italy.  ESID has two sister societies: The International Nursing Group for Immunodeficiencies  and the international patient organisation for primary immunodeficiencies. ESID hosts biennial meetings for the society’s members. These gatherings are composed of scientific lectures on emerging diagnoses and treatment options, interactive discussions, research opportunities, and networking events. The 15th Biennial Meeting will take place in October, 2012 in Florence, Italy. ESID has established biennial Summer Schools to educate young researchers and healthcare professionals in the field of primary immunodeficiency disorders (PID). The mission of these schools is to “enthuse, inform, and encourage the next generation of leaders in PID practice and research throughout Europe.” The curriculum consists of several days of workshops, discussions, and interaction between participants. Travel grants and scholarships are made available to encourage participation. The 2011 Summer School will be held in Il Ciocco, Tuscany, and Italy.

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