Join us for our monthly virtual presentation facilitated by experts in their field. Our next presentation is scheduled for

October 29, 2021

4:00 - 5:00 pm (Eastern)

TOPIC: Immune Mediated Disease and Vector Borne Infections
Presenter: Dr. Linda Kidd


Each monthly presentation is no more than one hour long and covers a variety of topics we believe you will find interesting. Also, every session is recorded and available in our Forums for viewing on-demand by our members at a later time.

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Veterinary & Comparative Clinical Immunology Society

Our Vision

The Veterinary and Comparative Clinical Immunology Society (VCCIS) is an exciting global network of people with a passion for the workings of the immune system in health and disease. We are focused on how the immune system may be harnessed for good to treat some of the most debilitating and deadly diseases of the 21st Century. Whether your interest is autoimmunity, allergy, autoinflammation, immunodeficiency, or cancer immunology, we welcome you! We offer unique membership benefits and have a simple vision: A healthier world for pets and people. Our mission is to advance veterinary and comparative clinical immunology through the power of global networking, by means of knowledge creation and knowledge dissemination. Quite simply, we promote best clinical practice by best evidence-based medicine. We hope that you find something of interest to you in the pages of this website and would be delighted to welcome you into the VCCIS family if what you see inspires you to take the next step!


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