The BSI’s original ethos – to disseminate research with the aim of promoting and advancing immunology to foster future innovation – still lies at the heart of our organisation.
Celebrating increasing collaboration between societies, the British Society for Immunology and the Biochemical Society have created this co-curated interdisciplinary collection. All articles are free to access online until 6 April 2019.
BSI members can apply for our support for their Clinical Excellence Award applications.
For World Cancer Day 2019, the BSI has collated a range of resources on immunotherapy - a Nobel Prize-winning approach to treating cancer.
The British Society for Immunology has now opened up nominations for vacancies on our Board of Trustees and Forum Committee that will become available over the next year.
Our official journal, Immunology is celebrating its 60th birthday! To mark the occasion, we've released a series of articles to chart the journal's success over the years.
A message to the BSI membership from our new President, Arne Akbar.
We’re delighted to announce that the winner of the 2018 British Society for Immunology Teaching Excellence Award is Dr Jenna Macciochi, Teaching Fellow in Immunology at the University of Sussex.
The editors of Immunology, one of the BSI's official journals, are looking for submissions of exciting and innovative basic immunology research.
Our recent addition to the Brexit Briefcase discusses the Withdrawal Agreement, the implementation period and what this means for immunology.
This week, Connect Immune Research launched a new report “Are you #AutoimmuneAware?” to highlight the need for greater recognition and investment for autoimmune conditions as a distinct research area, alongside the likes of cancer, infectious disease and dementia.
We have a vacancy for a General Member to join our Congress Committee.
The 2018 British Society for Immunology Annual General Meeting, taking place at 13:00-13:30 on Tuesday 11 December 2018 at the Holiday Inn Regent's Park in London.
The BSI is pleased to join forces with JDRF, Versus Arthritis and MS Society to support Connect Immune Research, a new initiative to study the underlying causes of autoimmune disease.