iR+ Seminar Series: Theory and Applications of Immune Repertoires

The iReceptor Plus Seminar Series highlights the Theory and Applications of immune repertoires. The overall goal of the iReceptor Plus Consortium is to facilitate sharing and analysis of Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire Data. These immune repertoires are rapidly increasing in size and importance to all aspects of immunotherapy, and the Consortium is dedicated to improving analysis and curation tools that will allow the entire immunology community to maximize the benefit of these data for biomedical research and patient care.  In the seminar Series we will invite one senior and one early career scientist each month to present their most exciting and impactful research in this area.

iR+ Seminar Series - Prof. Gunilla Karlsson Hedestam

November 26, 2020

Prof. Gunilla Karlsson Hedestam of the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden conducts research in the field of immunology and immunogenetics, with a special focus on B cells. Prof. Karlsson Hedestam is a member of the he iReceptor Plus Scientific Advisory Board. 

iR+ Seminar Series - Prof. Steven H. Kleinstein

January 28, 2021

Prof. Steven H. Kleinstein of the School of Medicine at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut is a computational immunologist with a combination of “big data” analysis and immunology domain expertise. Prof. Kleinstein is a member of the he iReceptor Plus Scientific Advisory Board. 

Past Seminars