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We have created a new BSI teaching resources hub for immunology educators with a wide array of videos, materials, articles and much more. 

Alopecia UK has joined Connect Immune Research, an initiative designed to bring about a critical change in the way autoimmune conditions are researched. The BSI is a supporting partner of this initiative, along founding members JDRF, the MS Society and Versus Arthritis.

The BSI is calling on all its members to be positive ambassadors for COVID-19 vaccination by taking part in our new campaign 'Vaccine engagement starts at home'.

Immunology in the news

British Society for Immunology response to the Government lifting a ban on UK-sourced blood plasma being used in the manufacture of life-saving medicines, known as immunoglobulins.

This statement is aimed at people who either have a medical condition which means their immune system doesn’t function optimally or people who take medication that suppresses their immune system.

BSI BLOG

BSI member, Lois Mason talks about her experience creating explainer videos about how vaccines and the immune system work e in this case study for our new Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Louise Topping talks about her experience as Volunteer Patient Advocate with St John Ambulance in this case study for our new Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Faith Uwadiae talks about her experience sharing facts about COVID-19 vaccines on TikTok in this case study for our new Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

  

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We have a host of resources available to teach you more about immunology, your immune system, and to help you get involved in our public engagement activities.

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