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About Human Immunology News

History:

Part of the Connexon Creative immunology series of newsletters, Human Immunology News is a highly valued resource dedicated to providing the scientific community with the latest human immunology publications, reviews, industry news, events and jobs. We recognized the need to expand our coverage of the immunology field with a newsletter devoted to research focusing on human subjects and human immune cells. Launched in the spring of 2013, Human Immunology News joins Immune Regulation News and Immunology of Infectious Disease News to provide scientists with comprehensive coverage of the latest advances in immunology. Our series of immunology newsletters serve as a valuable resource to keep the immunology community current with the latest advances in the field while saving them time.

Scope:

Each issue of Human Immunology News provides up-to-date coverage of the latest news in immunology research using human subjects or human cells. Our expert editors hand-pick recent research papers and review articles from relevant, high impact, peer reviewed journals. Our publications focus on human immune cell responses and interactions associated with autoimmunity, immunotherapy, reproductive and adaptive immunity as well as cancer vaccine research. In addition, the newsletter features press releases from top academic and industrial institutions discussing immunotherapy trials, award announcements and funding opportunities. Human Immunology News keeps the scientific community up-to-date with relevant job postings and conference announcements every week.

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With over 1800 subscribers and Twitter followers, Human Immunology News is rapidly gaining exposure and creating a presence within the immunology community. This newsletter is an ideal resource for researchers within academia and industry, as well as medical students and practicing professionals. In addition to providing our readers with the latest human immunology publications, we give researchers the opportunity to showcase their recently published work by submitting research and review articles, press releases, events and jobs to our editorial team for review and possible inclusion in the newsletter for free.

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