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.
The British Society for Immunology has written to Public Health England to highlight our concerns over measles immunisation rates in the UK.
We've published a new policy briefing on immunodeficiencies.
Clinical & Experimental Immunology has launched a new virtual issue on immunosenescence in health and disease.
The BSI is pleased to support a campaign launched today (15 March) by the British Lung Foundation to address the growing and unsustainable health and economic burden that respiratory disease places on NHS and society.