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Join us in recognising and celebrating the contributions of women to immunology by exploring the careers of some of the brilliant women of our journals.

We summarise the results of a new study that investigates the risk of severe disease and death from COVID-19 in individuals with primary or secondary immunodeficiency.

We take a detailed look at what the different COVID-19 tests can and can’t tell us and what that means for you.

To celebrate the 55th anniversary of our official journal Clinical & Experimental Immunology, we explore the contribution of the journal to the advancement of immunological knowledge from the perspective of each of CEI’s dedicated Section Editors.

Reflecting on 55 years of Clinical & Experimental Immunology as well as the fifth anniversary of her editorship, Professor Leonie Taams spoke to us about her impressive career, her thoughts on diversity in immunology and her aspirations for the future of CEI.

BSI member, Dr Brian Ferguson shares his thoughts on increasing the public's understanding of COVID-19 vaccines in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Professor Neil Mabbott discusses his experience answering questions from the public about how COVID-19 vaccines work in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Dammy Pinheiro discusses her experience engaging with ethnic minority communities and healthcare workers about COVID-19 vaccines in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Professor Danny Altmann discusses his experience providing scientific evidence about COVID-19 vaccines to different audiences in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Zania Stamataki discusses her experience of working with the media and the benefits of public engagement for career progression in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Professor Ann Ager talks about her role in addressing some of the myths around COVID-19 vaccines and why she wants to share her immunology knowledge and personal experience in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Donald Palmer talks about his experience speaking to diverse communities about how the immune system works and why we need vaccinations in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Lois Mason talks about her experience creating explainer videos about how vaccines and the immune system work in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Louise Topping talks about her experience as Volunteer Patient Advocate with St John Ambulance in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

BSI member, Dr Faith Uwadiae talks about her experience sharing facts about COVID-19 vaccines on TikTok in this case study for our new 'Vaccine engagement starts...' series.

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