Journal Club 2020-2021

Both MCTI and CSI students are required to attend the IMMUNOL 305 Immunology Journal Club for their First through Third years. Attendance is optional for Fourth year and above graduate students.

Journal Club is open to Stanford graduate students, postdocs, and faculty. Please refer to the schedule below. Faculty are encouraged to attend. The paper of the week will continue to be presented by a student; we ask that the presenting student’s advisor make every effort to attend the journal club to facilitate discussion.  If your student is presenting, they will contact you about scheduling. Papers will be posted on this page each week.

Fall Quarter: Tuesdays at 3:00-4:00 pm, Online/Video Conference, Contact Julia at jadamska@stanford.edu for log in info.
Winter Quarter: Tuesdays at 3:00-4:00, Location TBD
Spring Quarter: Tuesdays at 3:00-4:00, Location TBD

Oct October 20 Tue 2020

Naomi Haddock, Bollyky Lab
Unresponsiveness to inhaled antigen is governed by conventional dendritic cells and overridden during infection by monocytes

Bedford, J.G., Heinlein, M., Garnham, A.L., Nguyen, T.H.O., Loudovaris, T., Ge, C., ... & Wakim, L.M. (2020). Unresponsiveness to inhaled antigen is governed by conventional dendritic cells and overridden during infection by monocytes. Science Immunology, 5(52). DOI: 10.1126/sciimmunol.abb5439


Oct October 13 Tue 2020

Erin Soon, Angelo Lab
Single-Cell Transcriptomics of Regulatory T Cells Reveals Trajectories of Tissue Adaptation

Miragaia, R.J., Gomes, T., Chomka, A., Jardine, L., Riedel, A., Hegazy, A.N., ... & Teichmann, S.A. (2019). Single-Cell Transcriptomics of Regulatory T Cells Reveals Trajectories of Tissue Adaptation. Immunity, 50(2), 493-504.e7. DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2019.01.001


Oct October 06 Tue 2020

Lilit Grigoryan, Pulendran Lab
Multifaceted Effects of Antigen Valency on B Cell Response Composition and Differentiation In Vivo

Kato, Yu et al. "Multifaceted Effects of Antigen Valency on B Cell Response Composition and Differentiation In Vivo." Immunity vol. 53,3 (2020): 548-563.e8. DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2020.08.001


Sep September 29 Tue 2020

Aaron Wilk, Blish Lab
Programmed 'disarming' of the neutrophil proteome reduces the magnitude of inflammation. 

Adrover JM, Aroca-Crevillén A, Crainiciuc G, et al. Programmed 'disarming' of the neutrophil proteome reduces the magnitude of inflammation. Nat Immunol. 2020;21(2):135-44. DOI: 10.1038/s41590-019-0571-2


Sep September 22 Tue 2020

Candace Liu, Angelo Lab
Microglia Require CD4 T Cells to Complete the Fetal-to-Adult Transition

Pasciuto, E., Burton, O.T., Roca, C.P., Lagou, V., Rajan, W.D., Theys, T., ... & Liston, A. (2020). Microglia Require CD4 T Cells to Complete the Fetal-to-Adult Transition. Cell, 182(3), 625-640.e24. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2020.06.026.


Sep September 15 Tue 2020

Julia Zofia Adamska, Li & Pulendran Labs
Inflammatory Type 2 cDCs Acquire Features of cDC1s and Macrophages to Orchestrate Immunity to Respiratory Virus Infection. 

Bosteels C, Neyt K, Vanheerswynghels M, et al. Inflammatory Type 2 cDCs Acquire Features of cDC1s and Macrophages to Orchestrate Immunity to Respiratory Virus Infection. Immunity. 2020;52(6):1039-1056.e9. doi: 10.1016/j.immuni.2020.04.005.