We are proud to announce a significant expansion in the careers support we offer to our members, including revamped schemes, new initiatives and further funding opportunities. This includes our new BSI Career Enhancing Grants, a pilot scheme that provides flexible financial support across different research areas and reaching sectors beyond academia.
This two-day online event gave immunology students at PhD level the opportunity to hear from leading immunologists and for top PhD candidates to present their work in lightning rounds and to showcase their research in virtual poster sessions.
The British Society for Immunology is delighted to co-sponsor two research awards for high-throughput and high-dimensional immune profiling with our Corporate Member, Fluidigm. Grant applications are open to all immunologists based across Europe. Application deadline: 27 August 2021 at 23:59 BST.
We are offering special grants to cover the cost of registration to BSI members wishing to attend the 6th European Congress of Immunology (ECI) taking place online on 1–4 September 2021.
We're proud to announce the latest impact factors for the British Society for Immunology’s official journals.
The Queen's Birthday Honours 2021 lists have been published. They recognise the extraordinary contributions of members of the immunology community during the pandemic.
We are calling on the UK Government to make improving vaccine confidence a specific legacy project of the 2021 G7 conference.
The Royal Society and the Academy of Medical Sciences have announced their list of new Fellows for 2021.
We have announced the results of our 2021 committee nominations and elections.
This week (24 - 30 April 2021) marks World Immunisation Week. There has never been a more important time to recognise the huge role that vaccines play in keeping our communities safe. We have pooled a range of activities and resources related to immunisation and will be posting on social media throughout the week. Join with the official hashtag #ExploreVaccines!
Our new Equality, Diversity & Inclusion activity grants are designed to help organisations and individuals fund activities and events that promote diversity and inclusion across the immunology community and the wider biomedical sciences.
Nominations are now open for the Ita Askonas Award established by the European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS) and the European Journal of Immunology (EJI). This award recognises female group leaders in immunology who have run an independent laboratory for 4–8 years.