British Society for Immunology
The British Society for Immunology (BSI) is one of the oldest, largest, and most active immunology societies in the world and is the largest in Europe. Our members are based all over the world, with the majority working in Britain.
The BSI’s main objective is to promote and support excellence in research, scholarship and clinical practice in immunology for the benefit of human and animal health and welfare. The BSI seeks to help British immunology accomplish the highest possible goals. To meet this objective, the BSI undertakes the following:
- Running innovative events in research, public engagement and education
- Promoting and disseminating research and good practice in immunology, translational medicine and vaccination
- Working with its members to develop the benefits of membership and the relevance of the Society
- Providing bursaries and grants
- Enhancing public awareness of immunology
- Influencing policy and decision makers
- Working with other societies
For further information, please visit our website, www.immunology.org.
Dutch Society for Immunology
The Dutch Society for Immunology (NVVI) actively promotes and supports:
- Excellence in immunological research, immunodiagnostic procedures and clinical immunological practice in the Netherlands
- High quality of analyses of immunological parameters used in health care (for diagnostic purposes)
- The societal position of the professional immunologist in all disciplines.
To achieve this, the NVVI organizes scientific meetings, maintains international contacts and has established a number of committees that regulate scientific, laboratory and clinical standards in immunology.
The NVVI strives to provide input to national and international policies with the objective to strengthen the future of immunology in all disciplines.
For further information, please visit their website, www.dutchsocietyimmunology.nl