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Our official journal, Immunology, is one of the leading journals in the field. Immunology publishes papers describing original findings in all areas of cellular and molecular immunology. High-quality original articles describing mechanistic insights into fundamental aspects of the immune system are particularly welcome.

Topics of interest to the journal include:

  • Immune cell development
  • Cancer immunology
  • Systems immunology (omics and informatics)
  • Inflammation
  • Immunometabolism
  • Immunology of infection
  • The microbiota and immunity
  • Mucosal immunology
  • Neuroimmunology

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Discover the top-cited review articles

Immunology also publishes commissioned review articles on subjects of topical interest to immunologists, and commissions in-depth review series: themed sets of review articles which take a 360° view of select topics at the heart of immunological research.


Discover the top-cited review articles published in Immunology over the past two years. These reviews are free to access and cover a wide range of topics, including neuroimmunology, mucosal immunology, autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases.

You can watch the video to see a preview of the articles in the collection or you can access the complete collection here.


Meet the Editors

Led by the new Editor in Chief, Professor Simon Milling, our team of Associate Editors and our Editorial Board specialise in a broad range of disciplines across immunology, ensuring that your research is appraised by experts in the field.

Cardiff University, UK
Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), A*STAR, Singapore

Cancer, cancer antigens, regulatory T cells, immune modulation. 

Ontogeny, development, and differentiation of dendritic cells, monocytes, and macrophages 


Harvard Medical School, USA
University of Calgary, Canada

Immune regulation, T cells, dendritic cells, astrocytes, autoimmunity. 

The microbiome, mucosal immunology, innate immunity, B cells, allergy 


BSI members

British Society for Immunology members enjoy free online access to the journal. Profits derived from the sale of the journal are invested back into the BSI, providing major financial support for the Society's activities. Support the BSI, submit your work now.