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.
"We stand in strong solidarity with our Black trainees and colleagues."
- SIRPA: The Stanford Immunology Review Program for Applicants (SIRPA) is a CDIII committee-supported student-organized initiative that strives to assist individuals applying to the Immunology PhD program. Participants will receive one round of feedback on their statements of purpose. Deadline is Oct 10, 2022.
- Save the Date: Stanford Immunology is pleased to announce that the upcoming Stanford Immunology Annual Scientific Conference will be held on January 27-29, 2023 at Monterey Tides hotel in Monterey, CA.
- Mark M. Davis, PhD has been elected to President of American Association of Immunologists 2022-2023
- Hugh was a "major figure in the history of immunology and a pillar of the community": Stanford Immunology remembers Professor Hugh McDevitt
- Olivia Martinez, PhD has been named Johnson and Johnson Distinguished Professors of Surgery
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Olivia Martinez, Ph.D.
Professor of Surgery
Director of Stanford Immunology
Director of PhD Program in Immunology