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The British Society for Immunology has co-signed a statement from organisations across the science and research sector calling on the Government to ensure that costly visas are not a barrier to UK research and innovation.

We have announced the results of our 2020 committee elections.

The British Society for Immunology is delighted to announce two new webinar series: "BSI Regional & Affinity Groups Webinars" and the "BSI Careers Development Webinars".

Immunology in the news

British Society for Immunology response to recently announced membership of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE)

British Society for Immunology response to new funding announced by UK Government for Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

Our response to a commentary from the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine on the evidence around current UK Government guidelines for social distancing/isolation for COVID-19 for people aged 60-69.


A summary of what we do and don't know about the immunology of infection with the new Coronavirus.

Over the next few months, we're launching several projects to highlight the importance of vaccination in improving global public health. Discover how we're representing the voice of researchers who work on vaccines and how BSI members can get involved.

Dr Divya Shah has been a Trustee on the BSI Board since 2018. She applied for the position to broaden her knowledge of the Society's activities, advance our mission to support early career researchers and promote equal opportunities in immunology. Here, she shares her reflections from her term so far and encourages BSI members to considering applying in the current committee nominations.


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Information for the public

We have a host of resources available to teach you more about immunology, your immune system, and to help you get involved in our public engagement activities.

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