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.
BSI member, Dr Natalie Riddell talks about her experience running informative online sessions about COVID-19 vaccines in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.
BSI member, Dr Daniel Patten talks about his experience writing a science communication blog about COVID-19 vaccines in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.
A summary of what we do and don't know about immunity to SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19.
BSI South Wales Immunology Group members, Dr Becky Aicheler and Dr Simone Cuff, talk about their experience at the Swansea Science Festival in the first case study of our new Vaccine engagement starts...' series.
Research published in our official journal Immunotherapy Advances has shown that vitamin D replacement enhances antigen-specific immunity in older adults. In this Q&A, Corresponding Author Dr Emma Chambers discusses these recent findings and the wider implications for improving the health-span of the UK’s aging population.
BSI member Dr Stephanie Longet talks to us about her experience of taking part in the I'm a Scientist Health Zone, an online platform that allows students to live-chat with scientists. Stephanie also shares how she found the I'm a Scientist Academy, an exclusive public engagement course.
An interview with Dr Matt Morgan on why it's important for us all to engage in public conversations about COVID-19 vaccination
Discover how the BSI is addressing vaccine hesitancy, listening to public concerns and providing reliable evidence-based information to help everyone make informed decisions about vaccines and their health. Find out how you can join us in raising the voice of the immunology community on this topic.
With only a few days left until our first two-day virtual scientific conference, ‘Connecting immunology in the time of COVID-19’, we want to make sure that everyone can make the most of the fantastic programme and virtual networking opportunities we have planned. Here’s all the information you need to help make your conference experience as seamless as possible.
A summary of what we do and don't know about how COVID-19 affects older people.
We address a common vaccine concern about the ingredients found in a vaccine.
Your questions around COVID-19 and B cells answered by Professor Deborah Dunn-Walters following the Connecting on Coronavirus webinar.