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Immunology News - September 2019

In the autumn issue of Immunology News, we take a particular focus on the Society’s official journals including an interview with the new Editor in Chief of Immunology, Simon Milling, and an overview of Plan S and its implications for the BSI.
 
You can find out about how the BSI is representing immunology at Parliamentary Links Day and with our new Public Engagement Secretary, Donald Davidson. You can also read about how we're building a network of immunology educators and what to expect and looking forward to at BSI Congress 2019.

Previous editions
Immunology News - June 2019

The summer edition of Immunology News features our new regular update on our policy and public affairs work, including the launch of our Parliamentary Questions Programme. It also presents the new BSI committee members and highlights recent achievements of the BSI Forum. We hear from Tomas Castro, past Bright Sparks winner, on his work on IgG-mediated inflammation in patients with ulcerative colitis, and Mihil Patel, one of our Editorial Board members, on the challenges and benefits of moving from academia to industry. Additionally, we have further details on the BSI Congress taking place in Liverpool on 2–5 December, such as plenary sessions and key dates!

Immunology News - March 2019

In the first issue of Immunology News of the year, you will meet new board members and learn how you can elect representatives at this year's elections opening on 2 April. You will also find out what to look forward to in our 2019 Congress taking place in Liverpool on 2–5 December. This new issue features an interview with Martin Raff, author of one of the stand-out papers of our official journal Immunology. Additionally, it takes a look into how the media and scientists can work together to ensure evidence-based stories with the BSA media fellowship and how the BSI is representing immunology with the Connect Immune Research parliamentary event.

And much more!