Stanford Immunology
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Collaboration and Events

Stanford Immunology is home to faculty, students, postdocs and staff who work together and enjoy activities such as the annual Asilomar Retreat, the Postdoctoral Symposium, the Immunology Seminar Series, and social events

PhD Program

The PhD Program in Immunology offers outstanding training in research and teaching in immunology

Cutting Edge Research

The long tradition of collaboration among the immunology laboratories at Stanford fosters highly productive interdisciplinary research. Pictured: Phenotypes of CD8+ T cells responding to Epstein-Barr virus

Holden Maecker, Olivia Martinez, Dongxia Lin and Tyson Holmes

Phenotypes of CD8+ T cells

Overview

Stanford Immunology is home to faculty, students, postdocs and staff who work together to produce internationally recognized research in many fields of immunology. The long tradition of collaboration among the immunology laboratories at Stanford fosters highly productive interdisciplinary research, with an emphasis on the application of molecular approaches to problems in cellular and clinical immunology. Faculty research interests include both bench-to-bedside approaches and basic science research. Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars receive outstanding training through their participation in research, teaching, seminars, journal clubs, and the annual Stanford Immunology Scientific Conference. Many members of our community are also affiliated with Stanford Institutes of Medicine. Stanford Immunology joined the Institute of Immunity, Transplantation and Infection in January 2011.

Stanford Immunology Charter

Pat Jones

Under the direction of Dr. Patricia Jones, the Executive Committee is responsible for running the day-to-day activities of the Immunology Program.

Latest Honors and Awards

Eugene Butcher, PhD, wins the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award for 2012-2013 and Helen McGuire, PhD, wins the Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor Award for 2012-2013 for dedication and commitment to graduate training.

Jordan Price, PhD, wins the McDevitt Prize for 2012-2013 for his outstanding research and academic performance in the PhD Program in Immunology at Stanford University.

Sheri Krams, PhD, receives the AST Basic Science Investigator Award (September, 2013).


Latest News

Herzenberg

Len Herzenberg leaves a research community indebted to his service to the public's benefit, and he leaves hundreds of thousands of patients, and more, who have benefitted from his brilliant contributions to immunology and translational medicine. Read More in Nature Immunology (by Garry Nolan)>>

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