The 2016 Impact Factors* have been released and we are pleased to announce that the BSI's two journals have maintained strong positions in what has been a volatile period for many mainstream immunology journals.
The British Society for Immunology has launched a new report 'Immunology and the UK's life sciences industry' to highlight the importance of immunology to this sector.
The latest Virtual Issue from our journal Immunology is an Editor's Choice, personally curated by Editor-in-Chief Danny Altmann.
Both the Royal Society and the Academy of Medical Sciences have recently announced their lists of new Fellows for 2017. Congratulations to the following BSI members on being elected as Fellows in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the discipline.
Saturday 29 April marks our favourite day of the year, the International Day of Immunology!
To raise awareness of World Primary Immunodeficiency Week, and improve diagnosis and treatment, the BSI has pooled together some of its most recent resources on the topic and will be posting on social media throughout the day.
This week marks World Immunisation Week (24 - 30 April). Immunisation is one of the most effective public health interventions in the world and saves 2 to 3 million lives a year.
The March for Science is taking place this Saturday, 22 April, at various locations around the UK and worldwide.
After ten years at the helm, Mark Peakman has stepped down as two-term Editor-in-Chief of Clinical & Experimental Immunology.
The BSI journals team is delighted to welcome Ananda Goldrath as associate editor of Immunology.
Following our recent nominations call for positions on the BSI Board of Trustees and Forum, we are pleased to announce the following appointments. All candidates were elected unopposed.