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Grants & Awards

  • EAACI offers Educational Grants and Awards. EAACI Awards include the Clinical and Research Fellowships and the JMA Abstract Awards, as well as the Medals and the Allergopharma Award which are awarded to different categories of scientists based on excellence, according to criteria described under each award category. The winners of the EAACI Awards are announced yearly during the annual EAACI Congress. Specific requirements, application and all relevant information is available from the relevant section.
  • EAACI Educational Grants

    EAACI offers a number of Educational Grants each year to help members in financial difficulty to cover the cost of their membership. The Educational Grant includes an online access to the journals of Allergy and Pediatric Allergy and Immunology (PAI) through the Members Area.
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  • EAACI Clinical & Research Fellowship Awards

    EAACI provides Clinical and Research Fellowship Awards to its JMAs every year.

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  • Allergopharma Award

    The Allergopharma Award was first established in 2000 on the initiative of Allergopharma Joachim Ganzer KG and in collaboration with the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. It is intended that the Award should recognize scientific achievement of young scientists working in the field of allergy and encourage their engagement in further research. Therefore, the Award is open to members of the EAACI, and in particular Junior Members, who have conducted their research in a European centre.

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  • PhARF (Phadia Allergy Research Forum) Award

    In 1967 immunoglobulin E, IgE, was discovered by two separate research teams; one in Denver, Colorado, US, led by Kimishige and Teruko Ishizaka, and the other in Uppsala, Sweden, by S.G.O. Johansson, Hans Bennich and Leif Wide.
    PhARF (Phadia Allergy Research Forum) was established by Pharmacia Diagnostics (later Phadia and now Thermo Fisher Scientific, ImmunoDiagnostics) in 1987 to honor the 20th anniversary of this discovery. Today PhARF is a collaboration between Uppsala University and Thermo Fisher Scientific, ImmunoDiagnostics.
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