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6th European Congress of Immunology (ECI 2021)

Belgrade, Serbia
Wednesday, 1 September, 2021 - 09:00 to Saturday, 4 September, 2021 - 17:00

 

The 6th European Congress of Immunology (ECI) will take place online on 1-4 September 2021. The 6th ECI is hosted by the Turkish Society of Immunology (TSI) and the Immunological Society of Serbia (ISOS).

The four-track program will be dedicated to 'Cellular Immunology', 'Molecular Immunology', 'Diseases and Immune Response' and 'Innovative Technologies and Immunotherapies'. The scientific programme will offer ten main and 20 regular symposia and several plenary sessions staged by world-renowned immunologists and clinicians in addition to joint symposia with guest societies.

More than 300 oral short presentations sessions, selected from submitted abstracts, will be available. Several poster sessions and an e-poster hall will enable early career researchers and senior investigators to exchange their data and discuss new ideas.

Various chat functions and video chat rooms within the state-of-the-art virtual platform will also provide opportunities for one-on-one networking within our global immunology community. Visit the ECI 2021 website to register.


BSI joint sessions at ECI 2021

We're delighted to be co-hosting two joint sessions at ECI 2021:

Thursday 2 September, 13:30–14:30 BST
 
This panel discussion will examine what scientific journals can do to support the career development of Early Career Researchers (ECRs). We will cover how ECRs can get involved in the editorial and peer review process of a scientific journal and how journals and Editors can engage with ECRs, helping them to build their skills, encouraging them to contribute as journal ambassadors and reviewers while supporting them through the process and ensuring they are recognised for their contribution.
 
Friday 3 September, 12:15–13:15 BST
 
In this panel discussion, members of the EFIS Vaccine Task Force will examine the main challenges that Europe has faced with vaccine rollout programmes during the pandemic, including the effectiveness of efforts to engage the public. Panellists will summarise experiences from their home countries before identifying some of the effective solutions and future opportunities to the challenges of vaccine engagement in Europe. This discussion will highlight the impact that the EFIS Vaccine Task Force could have in a united European effort to engage with the public about vaccination.

  

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