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We're excited to announce the launch of our first two-day virtual scientific conference. ‘Connecting immunology in the time of COVID-19’ will take place on Tuesday 1 December and Wednesday 2 December 2020.

We are now accepting applications from those wishing to participate in our 2021 mentoring scheme.

BSI welcomes the launch of the UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium

A new briefing note from the British Society for Immunology reviewing what we do and don’t currently know about the long-term immunological health effects of COVID-19

We’re excited to announce the launch of Immunotherapy Advances, the first fully Open Access journal of the British Society for Immunology.

The BSI Immunology Teaching Excellence Award 2020 is open for nominations.

Lecture hall full of people watching a presentation

We regret to inform our members and the wider immunology community that the BSI Congress 2020 has been postponed until 2021 in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. In its place, we are excited to run an online scientific conference in December 2020.

We’re proud to announce the latest impact factors for our official journals.

A new partnership with The Association of Clinical Pathologists to run Immunology Training Days aimed at clinical immunology trainees and immunology clinical scientists preparing to sit the Royal College of Pathologists Fellowship examinations.

Immunology News June 2020 cover

The new edition of Immunology News is now online.

Today (4 June 2020) the UK hosts Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance's virtual donor pledging conference to mobilise at least US $7.4 billion to protect the next generation through vaccination. The BSI is proud to support Gavi's mission through our Celebrate Vaccines initiative.

The Academy of Medical Sciences has launched a new database for early stage UK COVID-19 preclinical therapeutics research, to boost collaboration and map the preclinical discovery landscape. The British Society for Immunology is a supporter of this project.

The British Society for Immunology has co-signed a statement from organisations across the science and research sector calling on the Government to ensure that costly visas are not a barrier to UK research and innovation.

We have announced the results of our 2020 committee elections.

A new report from the British Society for Immunology and Academy of Medical Science summarising what we do and don't know about immunology and COVID-19 and identifying research priorities. 

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