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About us

The British Society for Immunology's mission is to support our immunology community in driving scientific discovery and making a positive impact on health. We accomplish this by:

  • Providing the immunology community with support to establish more connections and enhance collaboration, both within their field and with other related scientific disciplines and between sectors.
  • Providing sector-leading support to attract and retain talent in immunology.
  • Influencing and improving the external environment to enable immunology to thrive and deliver positive outcomes for health.

History

The BSI is one of the oldest, largest, and most active, immunology societies in the world and is the largest in Europe. 

Strategy 2021 - 2025

The BSI has set our strategic aims for the next five years to lead a positive change towards our vision of better health for all through immunology. 

Diversity & Inclusion framework

The BSI is committed to working with our members and community to ramp up our equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) work and respond to members’ needs. 

Regional and Affinity Groups

We have a network of 30 Regional and Affinity groups across the country.

Our people

Meet the team at the BSI and find out more about our members, governance and Regional and Affinity groups. 

Who we work with

As well as working with our members, we collaborate with external organisations and corporate members in a number of different areas. 

Work with us

Find out about the job opportunities the BSI has on offer

Contact us

How to get in touch with the British Society for Immunology. 

  

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Society news

Stay up-to-date with the BSI's latest activities.

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What is immunology?

Read a brief overview of immunology and why it is such an important branch of the life sciences.

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Immunology news

Our membership publication, published quarterly and distributed free to members both electronically and in traditional print.

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