Becoming a Member

Interested in Becoming a Member in the Committee for Immunology?

The Committee for Immunology is Harvard Immunology, comprised of an inclusive collection of faculty from Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard affiliated hospitals and institutions.


There are two levels of membership: the first is strictly for membership to the Committee on Immunology and the second is to also mentor graduate students.


Membership Steps:

1. Fill out and complete the Committee for Immunology Membership Application


2. Send a completed application, along with your Harvard-formated CV, to the Immunology Program Administrator, Megan Eruzione,



















Current Immunology Faculty


Total Number of Faculty: 139


Men: 109 (78%)

Women: 30 (22%)



Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: 12

Brigham & Women's Hospital: 26

Boston Children's Hospital: 28

Broad Institue of MIT and Harvard: 1

Dana Farber Cancer Institute: 17

Evergrande Center for Neurologic Diseases: 1

Harvard Medical School: 11

Harvard School of Public Health: 4

Joslin Diabetes Center: 3

Massachusetts General Hospital: 25

MIT: 1

Ragon Institute: 7

Schepen's Eye Research Institute: 2


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