The BSI Summer School 2022 is a three-day residential masterclass on all things immunology, covering the latest developments in the field and featuring talks on key areas of immunology research from leading speakers.
This event is the perfect opportunity for people at PhD level (or at postdoc level if entering the field of immunology) and the industry/clinical equivalents to enhance their immunology knowledge and have valuable time interacting with senior scientists working within the field.
It will take place from Monday 11 July to Wednesday 13 July in Coventry, UK at the DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry hotel.
The event consists of scientific sessions (and a chance to ask questions) with leading UK immunology researchers as well as career and wellbeing related sessions and lightning-round presentations from attendees. There will be multiple opportunities for attendees to network with each other and invited speakers during the event as well as at the more informal social events in the evening.
Delegates will benefit from scientific talks on a wide range of immunology topics including the latest research on COVID-19, cancer immunotherapy, ageing, vaccine development and innate immunity amongst many other topics. The event is also an invaluable opportunity for delegates to build their presentation skills in a friendly and inclusive environment through lightning-round presentations.
We have extended the deadline to submit an abstract for the opportunity to showcase your work in a short oral presentation. New deadline: Monday 30 May at 23:59 BST
All BSI events will continue to prioritise the health and safety of our members, delegates, and staff in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, please read our COVID-19 guidance here.
A wide range of topics from the latest research on COVID-19, autoimmunity, ageing, neuroimmunology and much more will be covered. There will also be a dedicated session on wellbeing and a career panel with people from a wide range of fields. The event will be chaired by BSI Education and Careers Secretary, Dr Donald Palmer.
- Professor Graham Anderson, University of Birmingham
- Dr Calum Bain, University of Edinburgh
- John Cole, University of Glasgow
- Dr Anne Corcoran, Babraham Institute
- Dr Fiona Culley, Imperial College London
- Dr Sian Henson, Queen Mary, University of London
- Professor Sarosh Irani, University of Oxford
- Professor Jim Kaufman, University of Edinburgh
- Professor Teresa Lambe, University of Oxford
There will be a number of opportunities for delegates to present their work in short oral presentations. If you would like to be considered, please submit your abstract (maximum 300 words) using this Google form by Monday 30 May at 23:59 BST.
The residential registration fee includes two nights accommodation and all meals at the venue. The non-residential registration fee will include meals (except breakfast) at the venue.
The early-bird registration closes on Monday 30 May at 23:59 BST.
Final registration closes on Friday 24 June at 23:59 BST.
The BSI offers a grant to help cover attendees' costs of care while attending this meeting – scroll down to find out more.
|Price (including VAT)|
|BSI member rate|
|Full & early careers - before early-bird deadline||£275|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - before early-bird deadline||£185|
|Full & early careers - post early-bird deadline||£375|
|Postgraduate/concessionary Member - post early-bird deadline||£260|
|Full & early careers - before early-bird deadline||£425|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - before early-bird deadline||£325|
|Full & early careers - post early-bird deadline||£525|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - post early-bird deadline||£395|
|Price (including VAT)|
|BSI member rate|
|Full & early careers - before early-bird deadline||£210|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - before early-bird deadline||£130|
|Full & early careers - post early-bird deadline||£310|
|Full & early career - before early-bird deadline||£370|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - before early-bird deadline||£270|
|Full & early career - post early-bird deadline||£450|
|Postgraduate/concessionary - post early-bird deadline||£340|
The BSI is proud to offer a BSI Summer School 2022 Carers’ Grant. This grant provides members with up to £300 to contribute towards additional costs of care when attending the event. For example, it can be used to look after children, or for additional care for the applicant themselves during the event. A limited number of grants are available and early application is encouraged. Applications must be received by Monday 20 June at 23:59 BST.
Thank you to our principal sponsor, Miltenyi Biotec
If you would like to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please contact our Head of Events, Jane Sessenwein.