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Governance

Board of Trustees

The BSI Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing the business activities of the BSI. The members of the Board have legal responsibilities and liabilities and must ensure the Society is well-run, financially sound, and that it meets its charitable aims and objectives.

Forum

The Forum is the BSI's 'think tank' and the place where the issues and ideas that are of importance to the Society and its members are raised, discussed and developed.

Congress Committee

The primary focus of the Congress Committee is to be responsible for the planning and delivery of the BSI’s flagship event, BSI Congress, which takes place two out of every three years.

Clinical Committee

The Clinical Committee aims to foster excellence in the practice of immunological medicine, represent the wider Clinical Immunology and enhance communication between the scientific and Clinical Immunology communities.

Patient Advisory Panel

The Patient Advisory Panel ensures that the BSI has direct input from patient representative and help the BSI to strengthen its clinical activity. 

Finance Sub-Committee

The Finance Sub-Committee meets four times a year and has delegated responsibility for oversight of finance, risk, investments and audit.

Industry Partnership Group

The Industry Partnership Group is a working group set up by the BSI to identify ways in which immunology can benefit from a stronger academic interface and develop pragmatic recommendations which will influence government and partners, and create networking opportunities to foster more collaboration.

Secretaries

In addition to the Board, the membership elect four Secretaries who have defined areas of responsibility. These roles are: Public Engagement Secretary, Education Secretary, Groups and Meetings Secretary, and Congress Secretary.

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