Acteria Prizes awarded by EFIS

On the recommendaions of the ACTERIA Prizes Selecion Jury and the Fondation ACTERIA, EFIS is delighted to announce the laureates of the 2021 ACTERIA Prizes awarded by EFIS:

2021 ACTERIA Early Career Research Prize Laureate in Immunology 
Charlotte Scott, VIB-UGent, Center for Inflammation Research, Belgium

2021 ACTERIA Early Career Research Prize Laureate in Allergology
Nicolas Guadenzio, Toulouse Institute for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases, France

The ACTERIA Prizes will be formally conferred at a specially organized session on Thursday, September 2nd, 17:15 – 18:45 CET (Hall 5), during which each of the two laureates will present her/his work.

The ACTERIA Early Career Research Prizes carry a cash award of EUR 15,000.  In addition, awardees automaically qualify for 3-year research grants of up to EUR 50,000 annually.

ACTERIA Prizes awarded by EFIS and Ita Askonas Awards Ceremony
Chairs: Andreas Radbruch, Germany and Anne Hosmalin, France

2021 EFIS-EJI Ita Askonas Prize Laureate
Tryptophan-Degrading Enzymes Represent Metabolic Immune Checkpoints that Activate the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
Christiane Opitz, Germany

2021 ACTERIA Early Career Research Prize Laureate in Immunology
Hepatic Macrophage Heterogeneity, Who, Why and Where?
Charlotte Scott, Belgium

2021 ACTERIA Early Career Research Prize Laureate in Allergology
Bidirectional Peripheral Neuron-Immune Interactions: a New Vision in the Understanding of Tissue Homeostasis
Nicolas Guadenzio, France