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The BSI will be closed from 13:00 on Thursday 24 December and we will reopen at 09:00 on Monday 4 January.

We are delighted to announce the British Society for Immunology has won 'Individual Member Association of the Year', BSI Chief Executive, Dr Doug Brown, has been named 'Executive Director of the Year' and the Society has also been selected as a finalist for the best physical conference and best member support during COVID-19 in the Association Awards UK 2020.

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'.

We have published our Annual Review for 2019-2020.

We'd like to say a huge thank you to all our speakers, presenters, chairs, sponsors and delegates who helped to make our first two-day virtual conference a success.

The British Society for Immunology was honoured to welcome Sir Patrick Vallance, the UK Government’s Chief Scientific Advisor, to give a plenary talk at our virtual conference which took place on 1-2 December 2020.

We're delighted to announce the winners of our Spatial Biology grants for immunology and COVID-19 research, co-sponsored with our Corporate Member, NanoString.

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

Congratulations to all the prize winners at the British Society for Immunology virtual conference.

 The 2020 British Society for Immunology Annual General Meeting is taking place at 11:00–12:00 GMT on Monday 14 December 2020 online via GoToWebinar. We're delighted to announce Professor Dame Anne Johnson, incoming President of the Academy of Medical Sciences, will be delivering the keynote address. 

We’re pleased to announce the winner of our 2020 Immunology Teaching Excellence Award is Dr Nigel Francis from Swansea University Medical School.

The new edition of Immunology News is now online.

The British Society for Immunology is proud to support Black In Immuno Week, happening 22–28 November. This is the inaugural event of Black In Immuno, a platform created by a collective of Black immunologists and allies aimed at amplifying, celebrating and supporting Black voices in immunology. Find out more about the week of scientific talks, panel discussions and social activities they have planned.

A new report from the British Society for Immunology on ageing and COVID-19.

The BSI is helping school students connect to scientists online to learn about vaccines and immunology in the I’m a Scientist Health Zone.



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