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Paul Ehrlich Lectureship Award

The Paul Ehrlich Lectureship Award is the highest honor bestowed by the International Eosinophil Society on an individual who has demonstrated outstanding, prolific, high quality and broad research achievements that have substantially advanced the knowledge regarding the molecular mechanisms governing the eosinophil in health and disease.

2023       Bruce S. Bochner, MD
2019       Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD
2017       James J. Lee, PhD
2015       Gerald J. Gleich, MD
2013       Peter F. Weller, MD
2011       Timothy J. Williams, PhD
2009       Redwan Moqbel, PhD
2007       Colin Sanderson, PhD
               Kyoshi Takatsu, PhD
2005       Christopher J.F. Spry, M.R.C.P.


The Gerald J. Gleich Award

In recognition of the most intriguing, high impact finding related to eosinophil biology published in the two years prior to the IES Biennial Symposium at which it is awarded.

2023       Emilie J. Cosway, PhD & Sharon Grisaru-Tal, PhD
2019       Naoki Takemura, PhD
2017       Claire Mesnil, PhD
2015       Jesse Nussbaum, MD
2013       Van Trung Chu, PhD
2011       Yasuo Mori


Eosinophilic Disease Translational Research Award

The Eosinophilic Disease Translational Research Award recognizes a scientist whose translational research has helped lead to substantial improvement in the understanding, diagnosis and care of patients afflicted by eosinophilic disease. Patient-oriented translational research is a critical component towards improving outcomes in the era of personalized medicine, both for individual patients and for the community-at-large.

2023       Amy D. Klion, MD


Service Award

The Service Award is given in recognition of dedicated service to the International Eosinophil Society and to the larger community of eosinophil scientists. The award recognizes an individual who exhibits the highest standard of excellence, dedication, and accomplishment over a sustained period of time. These contributions may be in a wide variety of areas, including but not limited to increasing public awareness of the mission of the Society and the promotion of research, education and training in the field of eosinophil biology and eosinophilic disorders.

2023       Allison Fryer, PhD & Florence Roufosse, MD, PhD
2019       Bruce Bochner, MD
2017       Peter F. Weller, MD
2015       Amy D. Klion, MD
2013       Redwan Moqbel, PhD
2011       Steven J. Ackerman, PhD


Paul Bertics Lectureship

This award was established in remembrance of Paul Bertics' contributions to the field, both for his scientific excellence and because of his love of teaching and mentoring students.

2013       William W. Busse, MD

Corporate Advisory Council
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Bronze Members

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