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The Scandinavian Society for Immunology (SSI) includes the national immunological societies of the 5 Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. SSI has currently >1000 members.


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Slide Competition 2014

Now it is time for the next edition of the slide competition. The theme for this year is: T cells - development, activation or regulation

Pleasedown load the pp- template where you also find instructions.

PowerPoint template

Deadline: 15th September 2014

The contributions are being evaluated and the winner will be presented shortly

Researcher Portrait

Helena Erlandsson Harris

- Professor with a taste for inflammation


     Learn more about Helena


Articles of the month

Every month the Scientific Writer of SSI will choose a couple of articles from the Scandinavian Journal of Immunology that are of special interest. These will be summarized together with a presentation of the first author, when applicable.

Topics from the ​2014 October edition:

Allergy to flowers, a potential problem for florists

Gut microbiota of the mother is important for the immunological status of the offspring

Stipend receivers 2014

Congratulations all stipend receivers for the annual SSI meeting that was held in Reykjavik this year.


For more pictures from this meeting please visit the Gallery


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Open Positions

Two Tenure-track Faculty Positions

Department of Biological Sciences

The George Washington University

Position #1. We seek an Immunologist with interests    in vertebrate adaptive immunology.

Position #2. We seek an Evolutionary Developmental Biologist with interests in the evolutionary basis of

developmental processes

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Professor/ Associate Professor in Anatomy (immunology) at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway


European Technical Support Specialist in flow 

cytometry (TEC100S2)BD Biosciences, Belgium

For more information, contact Mikael Mikko




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