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The International Eosinophil Society, Inc. (IES) is an organization of scientists and clinicians interested in the eosinophil, a blood cell strongly associated with many diseases. The society sponsors biennial meetings, webinars and other educational programming to review new information about the eosinophil and its roles in health and disease. Read More

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NEW Medical Journal Review Posted

Eosinophils identified as a major contributor to bone homeostasis via eosinophil peroxidase activity

Article: Eosinophils preserve bone homeostasis by inhibiting excessive osteoclast formation and activity via eosinophil peroxidase
Andreev, D., Kachler, K., Liu, M. et al
Nat Commun 15, 1067 (2024)

Reviewed by Nana-Fatima Haruna, PhD Candidate, Northwestern University, Chicago, United States

Register Now! March 2024 Webinar: Eosinophil Imaging

Join us Wednesday, 20 March 2024 at 9:30 am - 11:00 am US Eastern / 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Central Europe for a live webinar on Eosinophil Imaging. Our live webinars are completely free of charge, we just ask that you register in advance. For full webinar details, click here.


Webinar Recording Now Available: K. Frank Austen Memorial Webinar: Mast Cells & Eosinophils

Speakers
Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD - United States
Francesca Levi-Schaffer, PharmD, PhD - Israel
Joshua Boyce, MD - United States
Jenny Hallgren Martinsson, PhD - Sweden
Peter Weller, MD - United States

 

Free Membership for Early Career Individuals

The International Eosinophil Society is pleased to announce that Early Career Membership is now free for all students, health care personnel, doctoral candidates, post-docs and fellows! Sign up today!


You're Invited to Attend: Mast Cell & Basophil Meeting


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