AAI History Articles
The history articles explore the role AAI has had in defining and shaping the field of immunology. In these articles, we also highlight some famous and some less well known members who have had a role in influencing the association and the field. The articles are written by John Emrich, Bo Peery, and Mary Litzinger. All of the following articles appear in the AAI Newsletter.
- PI in the Scotland Yard of Streptococcal Mysteries: Rebecca Lancefield, Ph.D. (AAI 1933, President 1961–62), by John Emrich and Bo Peery (March/April 2013)
- Immunologists during the First World War: One Soldier-Scientist's Experience - Stanhope Bayne-Jones (AAI 1917, President 1930-31)
, by John Emrich and Bo Peery (December 2012)
- The 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic as covered in The Journal of Immunology, by Mary Litzinger (July/August 2012)
- The Founding of AAI, by John Emrich (May/June 2012)
- The Science at the First AAI Annual Meeting, by Mary Litzinger (May/June 2012)
- Anna Wessels Williams, M.D.: Infectious Disease Pioneer and Public Health Advocate, by John Emrich (March/April 2012)
- Elise Strang L'Esperance: Pioneer in Cancer Prevention and Recipient of Lasker Award, by John Emrich (January/February 2012)
- The Founding of The Journal of Immunology, by John Emrich (December 2011)
- "Studies in Anaphylaxis": The First Article in The Journal of Immunology, by Mary Litzinger (December 2011)
For inquiries regarding issues of historic interest about the field of immunology, AAI history, The Journal of Immunology, or AAI members, please contact: John Emrich, Ph.D., Historian/Archivist, email@example.com; 301-634-7941
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