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Get involved

There are many ways to get involved with the work of the British Society for Immunology and help us to achieve our objective to  promote and support excellence in research, scholarship and clinical practice in immunology for the benefit of human and animal health and welfare. 

Become a member

By joining the BSI, you become part of the community of immunologists with access to a variety of benefits and networking opportunities.  More information on membership is available here.

Donate to our work

You can donate to the work of the BSI through our JustGiving page.


Support young immunologists

We have launched a new campaign to raise money to support young immunologists with travel awards, bursaries and grants. All money raised will go directly to supporting this programme of activity. To donate or fundraise for this, please go to our JustGiving campaign page.

Any donation you give is greatly appreciated and will be carefully spent.

Fundraise for us

We would love for you to fundraise for us. You can set up a fundraising page either through JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving.  We can support you with your fundraising and would be happy to restrict money you raise to a particular area of activity.

For further information about fundraising and donations, please contact Otto Balsiger, our Finance and Business Director.

Support our public engagement

We seek to raise awareness of immunology through public engagement activities.  More information can be found here.

Join a Regional or Affinity Group

The BSI has a very active network of regional and affinity groups across the UK, putting on a range of events. See here for more information. 



The BSI events calendar details events and meetings in the UK and abroad.

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BSI internship scheme

The BSI offers a three-month internship scheme to individuals interested in exploring the career possibilities within learned societies.

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Public engagement

We use public engagement to raise awareness and understanding of the role of immunology in our lives.

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