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In Brief

In Memory: John M. Weiler, MD
John M. Weiler, MD, passed away in September of 2022 at the age of 77. He was a former website editor for the AAAAI and his involvement in the A/I specialty spanned decades.
Dr. Weiler earned his medical degree from Temple University in 1971 before completing his residency at Indiana University. He practiced medicine as a member of the U.S. Public Health Service Corps in Wisconsin before moving to Washington, DC, where he worked for the National Institutes of Health in the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.
He began his career in A/I by joining an immunology research laboratory at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital at Harvard University. He would later move on to become a professor and staff physician at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and the Veterans Administration.
Dr. Weiler’s research interests often focused on emerging and generic forms of respiratory medications, and he eventually founded Iowa Clinical Research Company and CompleWare Corporation to analyze pharmacological clinical trial data.
Invest in Your Future By Renewing Your AAAAI Membership Dues
Thank you for all the ways you contributed to advancing the A/I specialty this past year as a member of the AAAAI. Your membership means you are part of the leading A/I membership organization that connects clinicians, researchers and academicians at every career stage. If you haven’t already, renew your dues for 2023 now to continue accessing your member benefits including: • Education and career development opportunities • Cutting-edge clinical and translational research • Tools to effectively manage your practice • High-impact journals • Discounted registration rates for the 2023 AAAAI Annual Meeting and other AAAAI events
FITs Connect in Milwaukee During the 2022 AAAAI Faculty Development Program
The 2022 Faculty Development Program took place in person for the first time since 2019 in Milwaukee over September 22-25. A total of 14 mentees and eight mentors from institutions throughout the U.S. gathered to learn, share ideas and explore the city of Milwaukee. The mentees enjoyed the unique opportunity to meet a diverse group of colleagues and mentors at different career stages with expertise in different areas. We look forward to welcoming a new group of mentors and mentees during the next Faculty Development Program in 2024.