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Immunology News - September 2023

Immunology News September 2023 cover
In this autumn edition, you can get to know various BSI members involved in our activities, including the recently revamped Editorial Advisory Board for this magazine who work hard to ensure the breadth of interests of our membership are represented, and our new BSI Trustees who ensure that the Society is well run.

You can also discover more exciting details about BSI Congress 2023, our flagship immunology conference, and the BSI-CIPN Conference 2023, our must-attend event for those working in clinical immunology organised by the BSI Clinical Immunology Professional Network (BSI-CIPN).

In our features section, you can read an article by Professor Allison Green on her experience being deaf and having a career in immunology, and learn about the winners of the BSI Immunology Teaching Excellence Award, Dr Sophie Rutschmann and Professor Tom Wilkinson, who are recognised for their work supporting the next generation of immunologists.
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BSI at FOCIS 2023

Here, the BSI reflects on the The Federation of Clinical Immunological Societies (FOCIS) 2023 Annual Meeting which took place in Boston, USA on 20–23 June.
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BSI Congress 2023

The UK’s top immunology conference is back – this year we are coming to the wonderful city of Belfast!
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New BSI Trustees

We are delighted to welcome Professor Deborah Dunn-Walters (who was re-elected), Dr Divya Shah, Professor Jessica Strid and David Pemberton to our Board of Trustees!
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Parliamentary Links Day 2023

Read about the highlights of Parliamentary Links Day 2023, an annual event which brings together scientists, learned societies and members of parliament in Westminster.
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Dr Roger Taylor 1929 – 2023

The BSI is saddened to learn about the recent death of Dr Roger Taylor who described B and T cells in 1970s Nature papers with Professor Martin Raff and made significant contributions to the field over decades.