Information on social events during the BSI Congress 2019 can be found below. Events are open to all registered participants. Only the Congress party is an optional ticket event, with tickets available to purchase through online registration until 22 November and onsite from the BSI registration desk. There is no accompanying persons programme at the BSI Congress. Please refer to the BSI Congress for all page for guidelines on bringing children, babies and accompanying persons to Congress.
Monday 2 December (19:00-20:00)
Location: BSI Stand (22), Exhibition Hall (Hall 2), ACC Liverpool
Meet the Editors of the Society's two journals, Clinical & Experimental Immunology (CEI) and Immunology.
This is a unique opportunity to meet members of our editorial teams and get inside advice on best practice when writing and submitting your manuscript for publication.
The BSI is run for its members and by its members. Come along to the BSI stand to meet current Trustees and members of Forum to find out about the work of the Society, how we are supporting immunologists and giving a powerful voice to immunological science on a wider stage.
We also have a number of vacancies that will become available on our committees over the next year. This is your opportunity to talk to our current committee members to find out how you can get involved, what the roles entail and how they make a real difference to immunology in the UK.
Our Regional and Affinity Groups play a huge role in the BSI. Regional Groups bring together immunologists within a local community strengthening local research networks, while Affinity Groups focus their activities on particular areas of immunology. Representatives from our Groups will be available during the poster session to discuss their work. Come along, link up to your relevant group and find out how you can get involved.