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We've developed a new section of our website for information on the Coronavirus outbreak.

We're pleased to announce a new webinar series to provide immunologists with a platform to keep informed with the latest developments on the Coronavirus outbreak by sharing relevant and timely information from expert sources.

Our President, Professor Arne Akbar, has written a message of support to the membership in light of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.

The BSI wishes to assist efforts to link up immunologists who want to volunteer their expertise to help with COVID-19 testing with health authorities. 

The new edition of Immunology News is now online.

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the series of public engagement events planned for 26 March as part of our Celebrate Vaccines campaign.

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we regret to inform you that the British Society for Immunology has decided to postpone and in some cases cancel face-to-face events scheduled until 31 August 2020.

All of the articles from our official journals relevant to the novel coronavirus are freely available. Any new articles will be easily accessible as part of the Wiley Coronavirus Resources page.

The Connect Immune Research lab placement grants provide funding for early-career researchers working in autoimmunity to undertake a short  placement at an external lab.  

Nominations for vacancies on our committees that will become available over the next year are open.

BSI members can apply for our support for their Clinical Excellence Award applications. 

For World Cancer Day 2020, the BSI has collated a range of resources on immunotherapy.

On Thursday 26 March 2020, we're holding a mass public engagement day to celebrate the importance of vaccines and the fundamental role of immunology research.

Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo

The British Society for Immunology is saddened to learn about the recent death of our Member, Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo FRS.

The NCRI is looking for new members to join the NCRI Groups, which have a remit to develop portfolios of trials for specific cancer types or treatment approaches.



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