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Immunology News

Immunology News - March 2022

In the first Immunology News edition of 2022, you can hear about an important project to diversify the immunology curricula at universities, the reflections of our former BSI Congress Secretary, Professor Gary Entrican, and how the BSI East Anglia Regional Group engaged with the public about vaccines at the Norwich Science Festival.

We also update you on the latest Society news including our annual BSI committee elections, the launch of our brand-new Open Access journal, Discovery Immunology, and a recap of our highlights from BSI Congress 2021.

You can also catch up on our work supporting the UK Covid Vaccine Research Hub and the CARINA Network, as well as enjoying a selection of interviews from inspiring women in immunology.

Previous editions
Immunology News - December 2021

In the final Immunology News edition of 2021, with only a few days to go until the return of BSI Congress, we discuss the fantastic programme we have in store for you at our flagship event in Edinburgh.

In this issue, we feature an overview of the recently launched BSI strategy 2021-2025, hear from BSI member Dr John Tregoning on his new book Infectious and look forward to the upcoming conference from the BSI Tumour Immunology Affinity Group.

You can also discover key advances in translational immunology from the 55th anniversary of our official journal Clinical & Experimental Immunology and learn how you can be a contributor in upcoming issues of the magazine!

Immunology News - September 2021

In the autumn issue of Immunology News, we showcase some of the important initiatives we have been working on to further support our members and the immunology community, such as new research funding to tackle autoimmune diseases collaboratively and the significant expansion of our career development offering.

This issue features the much-anticipated BSI Congress 2021, as well as an article from BSI members Dr Thomas Wilkinson, Professor Rob Nibbs and Dr Nigel Francis discussing remote teaching and the future of immunology education.

We also look back at the 12 months of achievements and collaboration from the UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium and explore the value of veterinary vaccines, presented in our recent policy report created with the International Veterinary Vaccinology Network.