Information and profiles of our partners and societies in the field

The American Institute of Stress

The American Institute of Stress (AIS), founded in 1978 at the recommendation of Dr. Hans Selye, is a clearinghouse for stress-related information. The Institute provides a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual discovery, reports cutting edge advances in stress research and therapy, and publishes Newsletters that explains their significance. Dr. Paul J. Rosch served […]

GEBIN, the German-Endocrine-Brain-Immune-Network

GEBIN is a network that combines activities in different German scientific societies with a special interest in Behavior-Neuro-Endocrine-Immune interactions. People interested in GEBIN typically concentrate on interdisciplinary research foci. The different German scientific societies have so-called study groups which bridge the own discipline and other research subjects. The spokesmen of these study groups come together […]

Dr. Graham Rook is Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology at University College London. His website, contains a discussion of the evolutionary theory and immunological mechanisms behind the Old Friends mechanism, a reformulation of the hygiene hypothesis; the implications of faulty immunoregulation for psychiatry, and in particular for depression and stress resilience, and/or autoimmunity and cancer.  Read […]

Neuroimmunomodulation, Journal, Karger

Neuroimmunomodulation (Karger) publishes peer-reviewed basic and clinical studies related to the interdisciplinary research field of neuroimmunomodulation, the way in which the nervous system interacts with the immune system via neural, hormonal, and paracrine actions. The journal covers both basic and clinical aspects of this rapidly growing research area. Basic or fundamental work and studies deal […]

International Society for NeuroImmunoModulation (ISNIM)

The International Society for NeuroImmunoModulation (ISNIM) is a professional society composed of clinical and basic research scientists from all over the world. Its members are concerned with the communication and regulatory mechanisms integrating the nervous, endocrine and immune systems in both health and disease. ISNIM members investigate neural and endocrine mechanisms of immune regulation as […]