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BSI supports Black In Immuno Week

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.

COVID-19 vaccine Q&A

On this page, you will find video question and answer sessions about vaccines for COVID-19. We took vaccine questions and concerns from the public on our Instagram channel and put them to our BSI members and expert immunology scientists, Dr Megan MacLeod and Prof Sheena Cruickshank. In the videos, Megan and Sheena answer your questions and explore the details of when vaccines may become available, who will receive the vaccines, how long immunity might last to a vaccine, how herd immunity can protect us and lots more.

Laboratory Manager: Containment Level 3 Facilities

The Division of Infection and Immunity is part of the UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences, which brings together UCL Medical School and five other Divisions spanning clinical and basic biomedicine.

Scientists in the Division conduct immunology, virology and microbiology research. Their aim is to link fundamental laboratory research with the specialised clinical interests of our hospitals partners.