Each congress, IPIC welcomes the submission of abstracts for original contributions to the field of clinical care of primary immunodeficiencies (PIDs). In 2023, the IPIC2023 Scientific Committee approved record-breaking 223 Abstracts for Poster presentation, and among these, three poster winners.

These three highest-scored posters will receive an award comprising a certificate and a grant, as well as the opportunity to present their posters in a dedicated congress session.

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Congratulations to the Poster Winners!

1ST PLACE: Rifaldy Fajar. “Deep Reinforcement Learning for Adaptive Treatment Optimization in Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID).”

2ND PLACE: Prabal Barman. “Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on clinical care of patients and Psychosocial health of affected families with Chronic Granulomatous Disease: An observational study from North India.”

3RD PLACE: Sibel Sarikavak Kaplan. “Malignities and lymphoproliferations in children with primary immune deficiency – a single center experience.”

Alba Cabano, 2022 year's poster winner presenting at IPIC in Portugal.

Dr Alba Cano, previous IPIC poster winner presenting at the congress.

Guided Poster Walks

A selection of the abstracts approved for poster presentation will also be featured during guided poster walks, moderated by specialists in the field. This offers attendees the chance to raise questions and engage in insightful discussions with fellow attendees.

Each Guided Walk will feature posters from one of the following categories:

  • Diagnosis and newborn screening advances

  • Autoinflammation and autoimmunity

  • Genetic diagnosis & other basic research

  • PID environment and quality of life

  • Malignancy in PIDs

  • Neurological and other types of comorbidities of PIDs

  • PID treatment advances (targeted therapies, curative therapies, novel immunoglobulins‚Ķ)

  • COVID-19 and other infectious agents

  • Basic and translational research findings

  • Case studies, clinical presentation and immunological parameters

  • The nurses’ perspectives on PID diagnosis and management

  • Other topics