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We are looking for new members to join the BSI Grants Panel.

Thursday marks one year until Britain leaves the European Union. Since the referendum, the BSI has been committed to ensuring that the voice of immunology is heard in the negotiations and that you, our members, are kept up-to-date on developments. Here, we outline the progress that has been made so far in terms of securing the best outcome for science and technology, and in particular immunology.

BSI elections open on Tuesday 3 April for the two new positions of Early Career Trustees and the vacancies for an England Representative and an Early Career Representative on Forum. 

Congratulations to the 11 BSI members selected to sit on the REF 2021 panels.

The British Society for Immunology is delighted to offer special travel awards of up to £500 to BSI members wishing to attend the 5th European Congress of Immunology (ECI), which is taking place on 2-5 September 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

Following the call for nominations for upcoming vacancies on the BSI’s Board of Trustees and Forum, a number of positions will be appointed uncontested. 

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee have today published its report on Brexit, science and innovation

The Houses of Parliament

CaSE has published a new policy review on immigration, calling on the Government to take actions in the short-term, through the Brexit negotiations and beyond. 

The March 2018 issue of our magazine, Immunology News, is now out. 

Brain flying

The BSI has signed a letter to the Prime Minister from CaSE calling for urgent action on immigration policy.

The BSI are celebrating International Women's Day on Thursday 8 March 2018.

Nominations will open on Monday 26 February for positions on the BSI's Board of Trustees and Forum. 

Nominations are now open for the EFIS-EJI Ita Askonas Award.

The Advisory Committee on Clinical Excellence Awards (ACCEA) has announced the dates for the 2018 National Clinical Excellence Awards round.