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Singaporean society for immunology

The singaporean society for immunology (sgsi), established in 2007, aims to foster and promote Immunology research and education in Singapore. It will serve as the platform to link up Immunologists from among the various Universities, Research Institutes and Hospitals in Singapore, to aid in research collaboration and in the advancement of immunology. The local sgsi network constitutes of Immunologists from A*STAR's Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and National University of Singapore (NUS). sgsi hopes to expand its networks by attracting more scientists interested in Immunology, from both Singapore and overseas. sgsi currently has 400 members from Asia Pacific and even United States. sgsi also actively promotes interactions and collaborations among International Immunologists and Clinicians through local events such as the annual international symposiums and activities for PhD students. Having being a member of the International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS) and Federation of Immunological Societies of Asia-Oceania (FIMSA) since 2009, this will certainly encourage exchange of knowledge and cooperation with other international immunology societies from different parts of the world. Since its launch sgsi has grown rapidly and scientists work is supported by cutting edge technological research platforms and core services. The mandate of sgsi is to advance human immunology research and participate in international efforts to combat major health problems. Researchers at sgsi investigate immunity during infections and inflammatory conditions. The objectives of sgsi is to organize international co-operation in immunology and to promote communication between the various branches of immunology and allied subjects, to encourage within each scientifically independent territory co-operation between the Societies that represent the interests of immunology, to contribute to the advancement of immunology in all its aspects. sgsi members supports national and international immunology campaigns. Members helps to maintain  projects, policies, events and publications at the highest possible level.

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