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Immunology News

Immunology News - March 2020

In the first Immunology News of 2020, we are delighted to showcase the fantastic work our members are doing in an increasingly critical topic: reducing their carbon footprint in the lab. This issue also features the new aims and scope for our official journal, Clinical & Experimental Immunology, as well as updates from the team on our finances, recent policy work and our exciting ‘Celebrate Vaccines’ project highlighting the importance of vaccinations and immunology research in improving global public health.

Additionally, we bring you highlights from the hugely successful BSI Congress 2019, which took place in December and was attended by over 1,300 delegates.

Previous editions
Immunology News - December 2019

December's issue of Immunology News takes a look at our flagship event, highlighting all the exciting and innovative sessions you can join at Congress 2019. This new issue also features an overview of our external affairs work over the past 18 months, focussing on the childhood vaccination rate in the UK.

Additionally, we hear from Joanne Pennock, the winner of our 2019 Teaching Excellence Award and we have a round up of all recent Society news, including how you can contribute to our official journals, Immunology and Clinical & Experimental Immunology

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.