The biennial UKPIN conference is the UK Primary Immunodeficiency Network’s (UKPIN) flagship event and a must-attend conference for scientists and clinicians involved in the healthcare of patients with primary immunodeficiencies, or in research into these diseases.
The Royal Society of Biology's flagship event for biosciences students will be held online this year. Building on the success of previous in-person and online careers events, Bioscience Careers Day (BCD) will once again welcome students from across the UK and further afield. The event is coordinated by the Royal Society of Biology's Careers Committee.
Hosted by Professor Caetano Reis e Sousa from The Francis Crick Institute, the 8th edition of Medicine at the Crick will focus on our current understanding of innate immune sensing of nucleic acids and review its role in immunity to infection, cancer, autoinflammation and autoimmunity.
The NCRI Festival: Making cancer research better together will feature a number of topical sessions, panel discussions, debates and co-creation sessions on strategic topics, as well as proffered paper presentations highlighting the latest cancer research.
In this BSI Regional & Affinity Group webinar from the BSI West of Scotland Immunology Group, Professor Shruti Naik will discuss the enduring impact of inflammatory exposures on the skin epithelia and in particular on their long-lived stem cells, which replenish this tissue in health and disease.
Royal Society of Biology Connect 2021 is a three-day online bioscience outreach and engagement symposium. The event will include talks, presentations, Q&A sessions and networking opportunities to provide training, information and discussion of contemporary issues relating to outreach and engagement.
The British Society for Immunology Congress 2021 will take place from Sunday 28 November to Wednesday 1 December 2021 in Edinburgh, UK. Abstract submission is now open!
The British Society for Immunology Congress 2022 will take place from Monday 5 to Thursday 8 December 2022 in Liverpool, UK.