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In Brief

Register for the AAAAI's One-day Virtual Food Allergy Meeting, October 20
“The Practice of Food Allergy” is a one-day virtual food allergy meeting which will allow participants to increase their knowledge and skills related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of food allergic patients, with special focus on non-IgE-mediated food allergy, nutrition, psycho-social and practice management aspects.
It will highlight the latest evidence related to food allergies and will include a combination of lectures and interactive panel discussions to prepare participants to provide optimal care to these patients. You can learn more and register here.
Receive 50% off Open Access Fees in JACI: Global Through the Rest of 2023
There’s never been a better time to submit your manuscript to JACI: Global. Through the end of 2023, all the Author Processing Charges for Gold Open Access have been cut in half. Take advantage of this opportunity to have your research published in the AAAAI’s newest journal.
JACI: Global provides authors the opportunity to publish in a journal that will reach the global community, with no barrier to access for anyone with an internet connection. You can learn more about the journal including submission information on their website.
You May be Eligible for these Grant & Award Opportunities
Research funding can be a challenge to obtain, which is why the AAAAI is committed to offering funding opportunities to help your career and research thrive. Every year we provide a variety of grants and awards for AAAAI members. If you or someone you know qualifies, we encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities.
Click here to learn more about our variety of grants and awards.
NIH Announces New Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Image credit: UAB Photo/Lexi Coon
On August 2, the NIH announced that Jeanne M. Marrazzo, MD, would take over as director of NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
She is currently the director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She’s board certified in infectious disease and most of her research has focused on the human microbiome. She will begin her new role in the fall of 2023. Learn more about her and her role with the NIAID in the NIH press release.