The British Society for Immunology is delighted to announce our new BSI Career Development Webinar series to support our members who are looking for information on how to deal optimally with the current situation and build their skills base. These webinars are aimed primarily at our early career members and will provide you with information, tips and discussion points on how to deal with our new working environments and take the next step on the careers ladder. We will run one webinar every fortnight.
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 Regional & Affinity Group Webinars.
More career development webinars will be coming up later in July and in August. Please check out social media for updates and follow us on Twitter @britsocimm for the latest information on this webinar series.
Diversity and Inclusion
This session took place on Tuesday 7 July 2020 and was presented by Dr. Faith Uwadiae, Postdoctoral Training Fellow at the Francis Crick Institute and Karim Boustani, PhD student at Imperial College London.
MSc degrees - what to expect and what are your next options?
This session took place on Wednesday 24 June 2020 and was presented by Professor James Brewer, Chair of Basic Immunology at the University of Glasgow and recent MSc graduates Hannah Baer and Alik Vodyanov.
Your wellbeing during the COVID-19 period
The session took place on Tuesday 2 June 2020 and was presented by Executive Coach, Alexis Hutson.
An introduction to Public Engagement in the time of COVID-19
The session took place on Tuesday 19 May 2020 and was presented by science communications expert Dr Kat Arney from First Create the Media.
Preparing your paper for peer review: the life cycle of a manuscript
This session took place on Wednesday 6 May 2020 and was presented by Professor Leonie Taams, Professor of Immune Regulation and Inflammation, King's College London and Editor-in-Chief of the BSI's official journal Clinical & Experimental Immunology, and Dr Laura Pallett, Senior Research Fellow at University College London.