The British Society for Immunology is delighted to announce our new BSI Regional & Affinity Group webinar series to keep our members up to date and informed on the world of immunology during this time. This webinar series is run by and for our Regional and Affinity Group members. We're aware that many of our Groups have had to cancel their conferences or seminar series and these webinars are intended to give our Groups an opportunity to come together and share some of the latest findings in their areas of interest. Webinars will be held every week and a different Group will host each week.
Upcoming dates are listed below. This webinar series is free to all BSI members to watch. Non-members will be charged £10 per webinar. Recordings of each webinar will also be available to members to view in the members' section of the BSI website. These webinar series are held in addition to our highly popular Connect on Coronavirus: the expert hub webinars and our new BSI Career Development webinars.
Immune response to SARS-CoV-2 - Professor Akiko Iwasaki. This was a joint webinar with our Connecting on Coronavirus series, organised by the BSI West of Scotland Immunology Group. A recorded version of the live webinar is now available for all to view.
How does immunity at the brain border affect brain health and function? - Dr Jonathan Kipnis. This webinar was organised by the BSI London Immunology Group. A recording of the webinar is available for BSI members. To access it, please log in to the members' area of the website first.
Exploring the potential of cancer specific T cells - Professor Andrew Sewell and Dr Pia Kvistborg. This webinar was organised by the BSI Tumour Immunology Group. A recording of the webinar is available for BSI members. To access it, please log in to the members' area of the website first.