"We stand in strong solidarity with our Black trainees and colleagues."
- Commemorating Black History Month: During February's Black History Month, we invite you to seek out inspiring stories. Stanford Medicine has planned a number of events, which you can learn more about here.
- Mini Proposal Bootcamp --- March 8-12: Co-sponsored by the Stanford Biosciences Student Association (SBSA) and the Biosciences Grant Writing Academy, the one-week Proposal Bootcamp is designed to boost your grant writing efforts! All Stanford graduate students, postdocs, instructors, clinical fellows, etc. are welcomed. Learn more and register.
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The Stanford Immunology Interdepartmental Program (IDP) offers interdisciplinary training in research and teaching leading to a Ph.D. in Immunology. The primary goal of the program is to provide outstanding training and education and graduating productive and innovative young scientists prepared for successful careers in immunology and related disciplines. Our students benefit greatly from the long tradition of collaboration among the immunology laboratories, with an emphasis on the application of cutting edge approaches to problems in cellular, molecular, computational, and clinical immunology. Immunology faculty members are leaders in their respective areas of research, and often incorporate bench to bedside approaches.
Stanford Immunology is home to faculty, students, postdocs, and staff who work together to develop internationally recognized research in immunology. Join us in this exciting journey!
Olivia Martinez, Ph.D.
Professor of Surgery
Director of Stanford Immunology
Director of PhD Program in Immunology
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