Welcome Undergraduates!

AIC provides an unparalleled opportunity for undergraduate students who are interested in Immunology to attend and participate in a scientific meeting. This is an excellent chance to meet and talk with Immunologists at all career levels.

Program Questions?

Direct all questions regarding the undergraduate program to Dr. Charlotte Vines


Apply to Register

Undergraduate students who would like to attend the Autumn Immunology Conference must have their research advisor complete the registration process for them by September 22, 2017.  Investigators must verify your undergraduate status in order for the trainee registration fee to be waived. If you are planning to have an oral and/or poster presentation at the conference, your advisor must also complete submission of your abstract. An undergraduate has three choices for attending the meeting. He/she may choose not to present, to present only a poster or to present both a poster and at an oral workshop. By October 1, 2017, the PI will receive information on whether your student has been accepted.

Undergraduate program

Friday 17 November 2017

Welcoming social. After the Keynote Speaker, we will have a wine and cheese reception. This will be your first opportunity to meet with a number of the other attendees at the meeting.  Please be sure to attend, but note that there is no underage drinking permitted. 


Saturday 18 November 2017 4-6pm

Undergraduate poster presentations.  If you choose to present a poster, you will have an opportunity to meet with scientists to discuss your work. We have a friendly competition and announce the students with the best presentations after the Sunday morning symposium.


Saturday and Sunday 18 and 19 November 2-4pm

Undergraduate oral presentations. If you choose to make an oral presentation, you will have an opportunity to give a 10-minute PowerPoint presentation on your work to a small audience of immunologists.


Sunday 19 November 2017 at 12:30pm

Careers in Immunology Workshop - an opportunity for undergraduates to discuss science career opportunities with scientists and to meet representatives from different graduate schools, to discuss programs and application procedures.  The Careers in Immunology Workshop is sponsored by the American Association of Immunologists (AAI).

This workshop is for undergraduate students and has two components:

  1. Career panel. You will have an opportunity to question immunologists from large and small universities, medical schools, industry, and current immunology graduate students on topics of interest to you.  This is an open forum where lunch is served.
  2. Visits with Graduate Schools. You will have an opportunity to meet representatives from leading research universities and discuss their programs and the types of research that are being conducted at their schools.