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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.

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Looking forward to BSI Congress 2019

Here, we ask three members of our Congress Committee what they are most looking forward to at BSI Congress 2019.

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Building a network of immunology educators

As part of our remit to enable the UK’s immunology community to network and collaborate more effectively, last year we launched a database of immunology educators’ profiles on our website.

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BSI, Plan S and Open Access

Our Head of Publishing, Lucy McIvor, takes a look at Plan S and its implications for the BSI.
 

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BSI policy work update

In the last few months we have built on our existing parliamentary questions programme, continued to meet with MPs and Whitehall officials, and placed our agenda firmly onto the radars of Government Ministers. 

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Parliamentary Links Day 2019

We recently attended Parliamentary Links Day, an event that allows parliamentarians and researchers to discuss the future of science. 

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#EvidenceMatters: showcasing #BritainBreathing in Parliament

We were delighted to take part in Evidence Week to highlight the findings from our citizen science project #BritainBreathing.

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Trying to lose my Public Engagement hat

Meet our new Public Engagement Secretary, Donald Davidson, and discover how public engagement​ is expanding at the BSI.

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BSI Tumour Immunology Group

Here, members of the Tumour Immunology Group discuss how they aim to facilitate networking and encourage future collaborations in the field.

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Meet the new Editor in Chief of Immunology: Simon Milling

We’re pleased to formally introduce the new Editor in Chief of our official journal Immunology, Professor Simon Milling.

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