Mucosal Immunology is the official publication of the Society for Mucosal Immunology and is published by Nature Publishing Group. It aims to provide a forum for both basic and clinical scientists to discuss all aspects of immunity and inflammation involving mucosal tissues. Learn More
Each month the Society for Mucosal Immunology leadership selects innovative and scientifically rigorous papers to prominently feature on its website. The papers were selected and vetted by the Board of Councilors.Learn More
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Benefits of Membership

SMI’s aim is to bridge the game between the high quality immunology presented at meetings such as AAI, and the high quality clinical specialty meetings (DDW, ATS, FOCIS) to provide a forum where people interested in immunology at mucosal surfaces can share ideas.

The perks of a SMI membership will allow you to collaborate and grow as an immunology. SMI membership benefits include:

  • Access to Mucosal Immunology, the preeminent journal in the field of mucosal immunology
  • Discounted registration to ICMI 2015, July 15-18, 2015 in Berlin, Germany
  • Access to the SMI Membership Directory for collaboration
  • Opportunities for student/trainees
  • Access to related society journals
  • 20% off Principles of Mucosal Immunology, the official textbook of SMI
  • Networking opportunities with leaders in the field
  • Reduced page and color charges for members who submit papers to Mucosal Immunology

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19 11, 2014

American Hospital Association (AHA) Responds to US Ebola Outbreak

  • November 19th, 2014

In response to the Ebola public health emergency, the American Hospital Association (AHA) has provided an Ebola education package for CME providers. This package contains information that the American Hospital Association believes would be […]

6 11, 2014

Precision Microbiome Restores Bile Acid Resistance to Clostridium Difficile

  • November 6th, 2014

Precision Microbiome Reconstitution Restores Bile Acid Mediated Resistance to Clostridium Difficile

Nature. 2014 Oct 22. doi: 10.1038/nature13828.

The mammalian gastrointestinal tract is colonized by hundreds of microbial species that provide colonization resistance against intestinal pathogens. Clostridium […]