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The 2018 British Society for Immunology Annual General Meeting, taking place at 13:00-13:30 on Tuesday 11 December 2018 at the Holiday Inn Regent's Park in London. 

The BSI is pleased to join forces with JDRF, Versus Arthritis and MS Society to support Connect Immune Research, a new initiative to study the underlying causes of autoimmune disease. 

The BSI has published our Annual Review for 2017-2018.

Houses of Parliament

The  BSI is co-hosting our first ever Parliamentary event this week on 'The Future of Immunology'.

The new issue of  our magazine, Immunology News, is now available to read on our website. 

A huge thank you to all of you who completed our membership survey.

Editor in Chief

Applications are invited for the position of Editor-in-Chief of Immunology


The BSI is attending the European Congress of Immunology on 2-5 September in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

We are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Immunology Teaching Excellence Award.

The BSI are now accepting applications from those wishing to participate in the 2019 Mentoring Scheme.

BSI volunteers

On a hot summery weekend in July, the BSI took part in the Lambeth Country Show, a huge festival of music, food, workshops and – of course – farm animals.

Houses of Parliament

The BSI has been quoted in the House of Commons Science & Technology Committee report 'An immigration system that works for science and innovation'

The Houses of Parliament

The BSI briefing on neglected tropical diseases has been quoted in a House of Lords debate.

Gut microbe

In celebration of World Microbiome Day on the 27th June, the British Society for Immunology and the Microbiology Society and have collaborated to curate a freely available collection of microbiome research and review articles.

The study of microbes helps us to understand our world and our place within it. In celebration of World Microbiome Day on 27 June, the British Society for Immunology and the Microbiology Society have collaborated to curate a freely-available collection of microbiome research and review articles published in our journals. This unique collaboration breaks traditional disciplinary boundaries, bringing together those within the microbiology and immunology communities who have shared interests in how the microbiota function.



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