Welcome to the journals section of the BSI website.
Here you can find information on the Society’s two journals, Clinical & Experimental Immunology and Immunology, including direct access for BSI members. Please ensure you are logged-in to the website for this purpose.
BSI members are also able to order hard copies of the journals at hugely subsidised rates. We are also delighted to be able to offer members a number of discounts on a variety of other journals. Details can be found by clicking the appropriate link on the left hand side.Members' Open Access Discount
Members of the BSI receive a £645* (33%) discount on the standard OnlineOpen fee of £1936*.
Through our OnlineOpen option, both Immunology
and Clinical and Experimental Immunology
] offer full members of the BSI a route to open access publishing with Creative Commons licences. To take advantage of this offer simply enter your BSI membership when selecting the OnlineOpen option after acceptance of your article in one of our journals.
For further information on the new policy visit: www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/onlineopen
*Prices in GBP are subject to currency fluctuations with the USD. The fixed price of the discount is $1000, and the OpenOnline fee is $3000.
Vacancy: CEI Editor-in-Chief
We are looking for a visionary new Editor-in-Chief to take the helm at Clinical & Experimental Immunology from September 2016.
Providing an international forum for the publication of original research on all aspects of clinical and translational immunology, Clinical & Experimental Immunology is amongst the foremost journals in this field, attracting numerous high-quality papers from all parts of the world. This monthly journal is published by the British Society for Immunology in partnership with Wiley.
For further information, please read the job description or contact Ali Hay at [email protected].
CEI and Immunology in your pocket
The BSI team have been enjoying our journals' terrific apps of late.
They're a delight to use – beautifully replicating the experience of leafing through a journal in a digital handheld format. They are intuitive, smart and an engaging way of accessing our journals’ content. Features include in-line pop-up references, hyperlinked authors, beautifully optimised images, and the ability to download articles for offline access (great for the commute!).
With our iOS apps being joined by Android apps as of December 2015, our journals boast 90% coverage* of all smartphone users in the UK via a native app. If you log into the apps using your BSI membership details you will have full access to the previous 12 months of issues as well as the latest early view articles.
*Kantar Worldpanel September 2015