Computational & Systems Immunology Seminars Series 2018


Effective modeling, acquisition and mining of data have become crucial for solving important problems in
immunology. This seminar series explores novel molecular and computational approaches to
interrogating outstanding questions in immunology and related fields. Speakers are invited to share their
insights into the state-of-the-art trends and their advice on navigating a systems immunology career. 

The seminar is free and open to the public. It also functions as a class called IMMUNOL 310.

 

When: Tuesdays at 4:30 - 5:20 PM
Where: Li Ka Shing Learning & Knowledge Center (LKSC), Room 130

 



June 26th:

Meromit Singer

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Utilizing single-cell transcriptomics to elucidate T cell diversity and function in cancer and autoimmunity


July 10th :

Leeat Keren

Stanford University

A structured Tumor-Immune Microenvironment in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Revealed by Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging


July 17th:

CANCELLED Burkhard Becher

University of Zurich

GM-CSF: communication between T cells and phagocytes in inflammation


July 24th:

Peggie Cheung 

Stanford University

Single-cell chromatin modification profiling reveals increased epigenetic variations with aging


July 31st:

Kole Roybal

University of California San Francisco

Engineering the Next Generation of Immune Cell Therapies for Cancer


August 7th:

Houston Gilbert

Genentech

Accelerating clinical development in immuno-oncology

August 14th:

Vesteinn Thorsson

Institute for Systems Biology

The Immune Landscape of Cancer

 

Website: http://immunol310.stanford.edu