The British Society for Immunology is delighted to support a new immunology seminar series from The STEM Village, which provides a platform for LGBTQ+ immunologists to present their research to the wider immunology community.
The National Core Studies Immunity (NCSi) Programme and UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium (UK-CIC) are pleased to hold a free public webinar about cutting-edge research to understand the immune response to COVID-19 vaccine boosters in different groups of people.
This two-day meeting brought to you by the BSI Immunosenescence Affinity Group will bring together experts in the different ageing fields, using different model systems, to shed light on this key issue with particular emphasis on the crucial role played by the microenvironment in immune surveillance in different tissues, across the life course and in health and disease.
The 16th International Symposium on Dendritic Cells 2022 (DC2022) will take place from 9-13 October 2022 in Pullman Cairns International, Queensland, Australia.
This meeting brought to you by the BSI London Immunology Group in collaboration with the BSI Inflammation Affinity Group will highlight the expanding interest in mononuclear phagocyte research regionally and across all of the UK.
The 20th biennial meeting of the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID) will celebrate the jubilee with an exciting and inspiring programme reflecting recent advancements within the field. The overall theme for the meeting is 'Dysregulation and hyperinflammation in inborn errors of immunity'.
The British Society for Immunology is proud to support this two-day hybrid event at the Francis Crick Institute, highlighting cutting-edge research on infectious diseases and immunology taking place across London.
This yEFIS symposium aims to act as a platform for exchange for research ideas, career advice and overall perspectives.
A comprehensive course entry-level training course for wet-lab immunologists and other life scientists, offered in collaboration with the Glasgow Bioinformatic Core. It covers the foundations of bioinformatics, R-coding and omic data visualisation through theory and extensive practical computer sessions, providing all the tools needed for analysing any omic dataset.
The 50th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology showcases the best immunology research from Australia, New Zealand and around the world.
Our flagship event, the British Society for Immunology Congress 2022, will take place in December 2022 in the wonderful city of Liverpool.
The International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS) Congress is the world’s leading conference in the field of immunology attracting over 5,000 immunologists from 70 countries. IUIS Congress 2023 will be hosted by the South African Immunology Society and the Federation of African Immunology Societies in Cape Town, South Africa.