Welcome to Stanford Immunology
Data Workshop: September 29-30, 2016
Data Science in Biomedical Research : From the Basics of R coding to
Advanced Machine Learning
With David Furman, PhD & Sandra Andorf, PhD
Click HERE for more information and how to register!
2016 Asilomar Retreat Prize Results!
Michael Bscheider, Roshni Roy Chowdhury, Erika Bongen, and Ian Linde won the best postdoc and graduate student posters at this year's annual Immunology retreat.
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Photo courtesy of Albert Tsai
Stanford Immunology Students Combat Anti-Vaccine Movement with Video - "I Just Can't Wait for My Vaccine."
Immuno Social Committee Organizes a Successful Interview Weekend!
Immunology Social Committee Chairs Leah Sibener, Justin Jarrell, Marvin Gee, and Marta Andre Terres wooed potential Stanford Immuno recruits with a fantastic Interview Weekend. The rest of the program awaits with bated breath for April 15, when the new Immunology Class of 2015 will be finalized. Great job, guys!
From the desk of Dr. Patricia Jones, Director
Stanford Immunology is home to faculty, students, postdocs and staff who work together to produce internationally recognized research in many fields of immunology. The long tradition of collaboration among the immunology laboratories at Stanford fosters highly productive interdisciplinary research, with an emphasis on the application of molecular approaches to problems in cellular and clinical immunology. Faculty research interests include both bench-to-bedside approaches and basic science research. Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars receive outstanding training through their participation in research, teaching, seminars, journal clubs, and the annual Stanford Immunology Scientific Conference. Many members of our community are also affiliated with Stanford Institutes of Medicine. Stanford Immunology joined the Institute of Immunity, Transplantation and Infection in January 2011.