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SIGNET 2022: Scottish Immunology Groups Network symposium

Perth Concert Hall, Perth, UK

 

The BSI Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Tayside, and West of Scotland Immunology Groups welcome you to join us in the Perth Concert Hall, Perth, UK on Wednesday 2 March 2022 for our first joint symposium – SIGNET (Scottish Immunology Groups Network).  SIGNET is a full-day in-person symposium that aims to bring together immunologists from across Scotland to share our research and foster new research networks and collaborations. 

We are pleased to welcome two invited keynote speakers, Dr Theresa Alenghat (Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA) and Professor Matteo Iannacone (IRCCS San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan, Italy) in addition to invited speakers from each group; Dr Cecile Benezech (University of Edinburgh), Dr Leo Carlin (Beatson Institute, University of Glasgow), Dr Ignacio Moraga Gonzalez (University of Dundee), and Professor Heather Wilson (University of Aberdeen).

A strong focus of SIGNET is promoting early career researchers and eight oral presentations will be selected from submitted abstracts (two per group) in addition to a poster session with prizes available. 

SIGNET will also feature a special public engagement session with BSI Public Engagement Secretary Professor Donald Davidson (University of Edinburgh), and a public engagement fair to promote the fantastic engagement activities that have been developed by our members. You are welcome to submit a public engagement-based abstract for a poster presentation and/or if you are interested in featuring a public engagement activity, please contact Hannah.Bialic@glasgow.ac.uk for more information.

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Abstract submission

Abstract submission is now open. Please submit your abstract via this Google form.

Abstract submission deadline: Friday 21 January 2022


Registration

Registration is now open. BSI members benefit from reduced registration fees for this meeting and other BSI events, as well as free access to our journals, grants, bursaries and much more. You can sign up to become a member online.

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BSI member rate
Full & Early Careers £30
Postgraduate (including PhD, Masters)  £20
Concessionary (includes parental leave, career breaks, retired, emeritus retired) £20
Undergraduate (membership included) £10
Non-member rate
Full & Early Careers £50
Postgraduate (including PhD, Masters) £35
Concessionary (includes parental leave, career breaks, retired, emeritus retired) £35

BSI grants to support your attendance at this event

As part of our career development package, we have two 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 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. Deadline: Wednesday 9 February. 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. Deadline: Wednesday 9 February. Find out more and apply >

  

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