EAACI Fellows

EAACI Fellow Awards (FEAACI)

EAACI recognizes excellence in basic and clinical research in the field of allergy and clinical immunology and awards the title of EAACI Fellow to EAACI members who have excelled in their field. EAACI fellows will form an elite advisory board that will be called upon by the Academy on various matters in future years.

EAACI Fellows are selected each year on the basis of previous research record (h-index) and outstanding contributions to the field of allergy and clinical immunology. 

Requirements:
1) Be an active EAACI member (mandatory)
2) Currently or previously active in EAACI committees, interest groups, sections, guidelines and/or task forces (mandatory)
3) Qualifications*:
a. Score: Scopus h-factor >45 and/or research gate score >45 with 98% based on publications**
b. Leading in large research consortia, i.e. ERC
c. First or senior author in breakthrough papers
d. Leading in clinical guidelines

*At least 2 out of 4 qualifications should apply
**Younger members <45 years can qualify with lower h-factor when qualification b and/or c applies

For any queries please contact: EAACIfellows@eaaci.org



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EAACI Fellows 2019

cezmi akdis        Cezmi Akdis

Dr. Cezmi Akdis has been awarded the FEAACI in 2019 for his continuous excellence in the field and major discoveries on mechanisms of immune tolerance to allergens, mechanisms of eczema, human Treg cells, human Breg cells, human ILCreg cells, role of histamine receptor 2 in immune tolerance, first papers on antigen-specific T cell plasticity.
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Gennaro d'Amato

Dr. Gennaro d'Amato has been awarded the FEAACI in 2019 for his continuous excellence in the field and major discoveries  related to factors driving the increase in respiratory allergic diseases, especially in urban areas with high air pollution and more generally the impact of climate change and air pollution.

 Barry Kay   Barry Kay

Dr. Barry Kay has been awarded the FEAACI in 2019 for his continuous excellence in the field and major discoveries  related to the role of eosinophils and T cells in allergy and asthma.
 Torsten Zuberbier   Torsten Zuberbier

Dr. Torsten Zuberbier has been awarded the FEAACI in 2019 for his continuous excellence in the field and major discoveries  related to the 
role of mast cells in allergy, and the establishment of long-term cult model of human skin mast cells.
     









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