The Royal Society has announced their lists of new Fellows for 2019.
We would like to update you on an upcoming change to the leadership of the BSI’s official journal, Immunology.
BSI elections open on Tuesday 2 April for the following vacancies: two General Trustees, a Clinical Secretary, an Early Career Representative and an Industry Representative on Forum.
The BSI recently took part in Voice of the Future, a event that allows early career researcher to directly quiz politicians on STEM policy.
We are pleased to present the latest Review Series from Clinical & Experimental Immunology, ‘Translating Immunometabolism’.
We encourage applications from BSI members from all backgrounds and career grades. Hear some of our current trustees and forum members share their experience of being on a BSI committee.
International Women's Day is on Friday 8 March. This annual event celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
The BSI’s original ethos – to disseminate research with the aim of promoting and advancing immunology to foster future innovation – still lies at the heart of our organisation.
Celebrating increasing collaboration between societies, the British Society for Immunology and the Biochemical Society have created this co-curated interdisciplinary collection. All articles are free to access online until 6 April 2019.
BSI members can apply for our support for their Clinical Excellence Award applications.
For World Cancer Day 2019, the BSI has collated a range of resources on immunotherapy - a Nobel Prize-winning approach to treating cancer.
The British Society for Immunology has now opened up nominations for vacancies on our Board of Trustees and Forum Committee that will become available over the next year.