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October 2017

News Briefs

Latest Update on Venom Extract Shortage
ALK has announced that it now has a stable supply of honey bee, wasp and mixed vespid single dose vials. Read more »

Flu Vaccine Still Recommended for Pregnant Women with Asthma
The VAMPSS Investigative Team supports the continued CDC recommendation that flu shots be given to pregnant women in response to a study that reported a possible link between spontaneous abortion and women who had been given the H1N1-containing flu vaccines two seasons in a row. Read more »

What Do You Want to Ask the Future AAAAI President?
Now is the time to submit your questions for the 2018 Secretary-Treasurer candidates. Read more »

Presenting the AAAAI Hypersensitivity Summer School
The AAAAI is developing an intensive, four-day program for emerging physicians and scientists who are committed to an academic career in allergy/immunology. Read more »

Joint Congress Registration is Open to All Members. Do You Have Breaking Research to Submit?
Registration and housing is open to all members and late breaking abstract submission is opening soon. Read more »

Sign Up for Webinars on MIPS and Quality Improvement
Register for American Medical Association webinars on MIPS and quality improvement this fall. Read more »

Support Young A/I Researchers through the 2017 GAIN Campaign
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Renew Your AAAAI Membership Today to Continue Enjoying Your Member Benefits
Thank you for being a member. Renew today to continue receiving all of your member benefits. Read more »

FITs: Submit Your Case Report for Inclusion at the Joint Congress
Fellows-in-training (FITs) are encouraged to submit a case report before November 1. Read more »

Application Period for the ALA/AAAAI Allergic Respiratory Diseases Award Now Open
Take a moment to look at award opportunities including the ALA/AAAAI Allergic Respiratory Diseases Award. Read more »

Find the Next Step in Your Career
Top employers continue to add positions to the AAAAI Career Connections Center. Read more »