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Neuro-/Stromal-Immunology

The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK

 

The BSI London Immunology Group is pleased to bring you their annual meeting in collaboration with the BSI Neuroimmunology Affinity Group entitled ‘Neuro-/Stromal-Immunology’ taking place on Monday 11 October 2021 at The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK*. 

This meeting will highlight the budding interest and expansion of Neuro-/Stromal-Immunology regionally and across all of the UK, showcasing areas where the immune system interacts with the neuronal and stromal compartments to maintain tissue homeostasis and to orchestrate tissue responses to infectious and inflammatory challenges. The meeting will feature high-profile speakers from academia and industry, while providing poster and oral presentation opportunities for early career researchers.

Speakers confirmed so far are:

  • Dr Soyon Hong, University College London
  • Dr Sophie Acton, University College London
  • Professor Chris Buckley, University of Birmingham
  • Dr Andreas Wack, The Francis Crick Institute
  • Professor Daniel Mucida, The Rockefeller University (USA)
  • Professor Ana Domingos, University of Oxford

You can follow updates via our events Twitter account @bsicongress, the BSI London Immunology Group's account @London_immuno and the official hashtag #LIGNeuroStromal2021.


Abstract submission

Please submit your abstract for poster or oral presentation via this form.

Abstract submission deadline: 14:00 BST on Friday 3 September.


Registration fees

Member rate

   

Members (Full & Early Careers)

 

£30.00

Postgraduate member (PhD & Masters)

 

£20.00

Concessionary member (includes parental leave, career breaks, retired, emeritus retired)

 

£20.00

Non-member rate

 

 

Full & Early Careers

 

£50.00

Postgraduate (PhD & Masters)

 

£35.00

Concessionary (includes parental leave, career breaks, retired, emeritus retired)

 

£35.00

Undergraduate

 

£10.00


New BSI grants to support your attendance at this event

As part of our new career development package, we have two new grants available to BSI members to support your attendance at this event.

  • BSI Regional and Affinity Group Conference Grants - BSI members can apply for up to £100 to contribute towards their travel costs in attending this conference. In this pilot scheme, we have 10 grants available for this conference and they will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to eligible BSI members. The closing date for applications is Monday 20 September but early application is encouraged. Find out more and apply > 
  • BSI Regional and Affinity Group Carers' Grants - BSI members can apply for up to £100 to contribute towards extra care arrangements costs they incur during the conference, for example, childcare costs, or for additional care for the applicant themselves during the conference. The closing date for applications is Monday 20 September. Find out more and apply >

*Our current plan is for this to be an in-person event. We will continue to follow the latest Government guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic and share any changes that may impact this face-to-face event with delegates and potential attendees as soon as possible. In all eventualities, we will strive to run the best event possible to serve the immunology community. If you have any questions, please email meetings@immunology.org

  

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