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We’ve published a new briefing for a House of Lords debate on neglected tropical diseases.

Measles virus. 3D illustration showing structure of measles virus with surface glycoprotein spikes heamagglutinin-neuraminidase and fusion protein

The British Society for Immunology has written to Public Health England to highlight our concerns over measles immunisation rates in the UK.

Scanning electron micrograph of a human T lymphocyte (also called a T cell) from the immune system of a healthy donor.

We've published a new policy briefing on immunodeficiencies. 

Immunosenscence VI

Clinical & Experimental Immunology has launched a new virtual issue on immunosenescence in health and disease. 

The BSI is pleased to support a campaign launched today (15 March) by the British Lung Foundation to address the growing and unsustainable health and economic burden that respiratory disease places on NHS and society.

We have designated Thursday 16 March as our ‘Day of Autoimmunity’ and throughout the day we will be highlighting different autoimmune resources from our website and journals.

The BSI's Neuroimmunology Affinity Group is looking to recruit a new treasurer, secretary and ordinary members.

Wednesday 8 March is International Women’s Day, which each year aims to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.

BSI Congress video

We're delighted to launch our new video about the BSI Congress.  As you know, our 2016 Congress was held jointly with the Dutch Society for Immunology in December 2016.

The Houses of Parliament

The BSI has received a letter from Jo Johnson MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and lnnovation, in response to our work highlighting our four key priorities for immunological research in the Brexit negotiations.

 Drivers and regulators of adaptive immunity – new concepts

In this new virtual issue we collect together some of the most interesting articles published in Immunology in the last two years, demonstrating new directions in our understanding of the shaping of adaptive immunity.

TCR binding peptide MHC

Our run down of the 60 objects that tell the tale of immunology is almost complete.

Smiling medical student

The British Society for Immunology has released a statement in response to the recent General Medical Council Review of Training in Allergy and Immunology. 

The Houses of Parliament

The British Society for Immunology is calling on our members to take four actions to ensure that the voice of immunology is heard in the upcoming debates on triggering Article 50 to leave the European Union.

Next generation sequencer

The BSI has submitted written evidence to the Science Committee's review on STEM skills.

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