The American Association of Immunologists supports the career development of immunologists at every career stage.
AAI Fellowships provide regular and trainee members with career advancement opportunities through programs supporting trainees’ salaries and public policy education.
TfT reimburses travel expenses to AAI member scientists for travel to another laboratory specifically to learn a new technique.
The AAI Awards Program recognizes scientists of distinction at every career stage. AAI Career Awards honor individuals for research and career achievements. AAI Travel Awards and Grants recognize the professional promise of early- and mid-career investigators by assisting them with travel to the AAI annual meeting and travel to learn techniques.
GRIP helps new investigators prepare their NIH grant proposals by matching them with established investigators who have significant, successful grant writing careers.
The AAI Jobs Board at jobs.aai.org helps immunologists find job and fellowship opportunities. Additionally, AAI maintains lists of immunology Graduate Programs and non-AAI Fellowships/Internships. AAI also offers intensive Immunology Courses each summer for professional training and development.
Immunologists may benefit from these opportunities for research funding, grants and awards offered by other agencies.
Career development sessions are offered each year at the AAI annual meeting. These sessions provide advice for every career stage, professional development activities, and career exploration opportunities. For details and listings, visit the AAI Annual Meetings page.
The AAI Career Advisory Board (CAB) offers senior postdocs (start of fourth year and beyond) and early-faculty scientists the opportunity to speak with an established scientist outside of their own institutions for career advice.