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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

IPOPI is delighted to invite you all to participate in the next International Primary Immunodeficiencies Congress – IPIC 5th Edition –  which will be held in Vilamoura (Algarve), Portugal, in April 27-29, 2022.

IPIC was initially planned to take place in Germany in November 2021 but in light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and additional unexpected logistical circumstances, IPIC was moved to 2022 and to Portugal!
Our decision to move from Berlin to Vilamoura and push forward our dates by a few months is rooted in our determination to offer an optimized solution for our delegates and community. Prepare yourself for a congress experience and a scientific programme that will be well worth the wait!



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Travel grants to attend IPIC5

IPOPI is offering 20 travel grants to junior doctors wishing to attend IPIC 5th Edition!

Two grant amounts have been set. Applicants should have an interest in PID/IEI or be practicing in the field and preferably be submitting an abstract for poster presentation for IPIC 5th Edition. 

Registration and Abstract submission now open 

IPOPI is happy to announce that registration and abstract submission to IPIC 5th edition are now open!
Secure your place and send your contribution to the field of clinical care of PID/IEI today.

Save the date – April 27-29 2022 –  IPIC 5th Edition

IPOPI is delighted to invite you to the next International Primary Immunodeficiencies Congress -IPIC 5th edition- which will be held on 27-29 April 2022 in Vilamoura (Algarve), Portugal!

Scientific Programme

IPIC’s programme is prepared with the input of physicians, nurses and patients.

Across the globe, patients who have rare and serious diseases depend on plasma-based medicines. Watch these short videos from @ipopi_info to learn about their #PlasmaTrueStories. #IworkforCSLBehring

Deadline for abstract submissions approaching! Calendar
November 1, 2021, to submit your original contributions to the field of #clinicalcare of #primaryimmunodeficiencies.

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