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BSI Virtual Winter School



The British Society for Immunology will be running a virtual Winter School on Thursday 3 December 2020 from 09:45-16:30 GMT. The event is suitable for those studying immunology at Master’s degree level or those with equivalent industry or clinical sector experience. It would also be suitable for PhD students wishing to update and revise their immunology knowledge. The event will give attendees the opportunity to hear from some of the leading immunology researchers. 

This year’s BSI Winter School will be a virtual event held over the course of one day, with a morning and an afternoon session. It will consist of scientific talks on a wide range of immunology topics including COVID-19, inflammation and vaccines. There will also be sessions on career development and wellbeing for students.  


AM sessions

09:45 - 12:15 - this will include three scientific talks from leading experts in immunology plus a session on how to manage your wellbeing this academic year.

PM sessions

14:00 - 16:30 - this will include three scientific talks from leading experts in immunology plus a session on career development. 

*A more detailed programme outline will be available soon. 

Registration and fees

Registration for this event is now open and will close at 23:59 on Sunday 29 November

This event is £10 for BSI members. If you’re not a BSI member yet, you can join the BSI online – membership provides many benefits to help you progress your career. Postgraduate membership (including PhD, Master’s) is £25 for one year. Undergraduate membership is free.

BSI membership type Winter School cost
BSI Postgraduate (including PhD, Master's) £10
BSI Undergraduate (membership is free) £10
Non-member £50

BSI membership provides you with many benefits that can help you progress your career.

If you are an MSc course leader who is interested in the event and wish to find out more please contact our Education & Careers Officer, Eolan Healy

If you would like to enquire about sponsorship opportunities, please email Jane Sessenwein.



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