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We're delighted to announce that the 2020 BSI Congress will be held in Edinburgh from 30 November to 3 December 2020. Our Congress Committee has confirmed the topics for plenary sessions and BSI members are invited to propose topics for additional parallel sessions.

Following our Congress Secretary nominations, we're delighted to announce the successful candidate who will be joining the BSI Congress Committee.

For World Hepatitis Day 2019, the BSI has collated a range of resources on hepatitis. 

The BSI have launched a new Code of Conduct. 

We are pleased to present the new Regulatory T cells Review Series from our official journals, Immunology and Clinical & Experimental Immunology

The BSI is looking for members to help run activities at the Jenner House Discovery Day event!

The British Society for Immunology Congress 2019 website is now live!

We’re proud to announce that this year our official journals have achieved their highest impact factors so far.

The summer edition of Immunology News is now online.

We've launched our 2019 Immunology Teaching Excellence Award. 

We have announced the results of our 2019 committee elections.

We're pleased to announce a new partnership with the National Cancer Research Institute to bring together the immunology and cancer research communities. 

Our President, Professor Arne Akbar, has written an open letter to the membership about the importance of participating in the committee elections. The voting period closes at 17:00 BST on Friday 26 April.

For International Day of Immunology 2019, the BSI has teamed up with the Francis Crick Institute and Nature Research to deliver a panel discussion hosted by top immunologists on the potential and challenges of cancer immunotherapy. We have also collected a range of related resources focusing on immunotherapy. 

This week (24-30 April 2019) marks World Immunisation Week.