Stanford Immunology Seminar Series 2018-2019

Nationally and internationally recognized speakers present research seminars to the Stanford Immunology community. Graduate students participate in extending invitations to speakers and in hosting speakers. The seminar is free and open to the public. It also functions as a class called IMMUNOL 311.

Tuesdays at 4:30 - 5:30 pm 

in Li Ka Shing Center Room 130


09.25.2018 Skip Virgin, MD, PhD - Washington University St. Louis/Vir Biotechnology, Role of autophagy genes in inflammation and immunity

10.02.2018 Katrin Andreasson, MD - Stanford University, Targeting the immune-brain interface in neurological diseases

10.09.2018 Russell Vance, PhD -  University of California, Berkeley, When anti-viral responses go wrong: a mechanism of interferon-driven susceptibility to tuberculosis

10.16.2018 Jeffrey Bluestone, PhD - University of California, San Francisco, Immune tolerance in autoimmunity and cancer

10.23.2018 Sidd Jaiswal, MD, PhD - Stanford University

10.30.2018 Michael Khodadoust, MD, PhD - Stanford University, Antigen presentation profiling reveals lymphoma neoantigens

11.06.2018 Yasmine Belkaid, PhD - NIH/NIAID

11.13.2018 Judy Cho, MD - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

11.27.2018 Karolina Palucka, MD, PhD - Jackson Laboratory, Dendritic cells in cancer therapy



01.08.2019 Aaron Ring, MD, PhD - Yale University

01.15.2019 Donna Farber, PhD - Columbia University Medical Center

01.22.2019 Jonathan Irish, PhD - Vanderbilt University

01.29.2019 Alexander Rudensky, PhD - Memorial Sloan Kettering

02.05.2019 Art Weiss, MD - University of California, San Francisco

02.12.2019 David Artis, PhD -  Cornell University

02.19.2019 Ron Vale, PhD - University of California, San Francisco, Designer receptors for T cells and macrophages



04.02.2019 Marion Pepper, PhD - University of Washington

04.09.2019 Michael Julius, PhD -  University of Toronto

04.30.2019 Gabriel Núñez, MD - University of Michigan

05.07.2019 Miriam Merad, MD, PhD - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

05.14.2019 David Hafler, MD - Yale University

05.21.2019 Daniel Mucida, PhD -  Rockefeller University, Intestinal neuro-immune interactions

05.28.2019 David Masopust, PhD - University of Minnesota Medical School