Quantitative research

We seek collaborative projects where the immunology investigator is actively involved in framing the research problem and finding solutions and the appropriate interpretation of results.

Multi-disciplinary approach

In addition to working extensively on immunology-related projects, we provide in-hours training to communicate effectively with immunologists and keep up with the latest quantitative methods in immunology.

Collaboration

If you are a researcher trained in a quantitative science (e.g. math, statistics, computer science, engineering, bioinformatics) and want to participate in or contribute to the quantitative group at CHSI, contact us.

News & Announcements

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    2021-2022 Duke CHSI-CFAR Scholars Program The Duke Center for Human Systems Immunology (CHSI) and The Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) are seeking applicants to the CHSI-CFAR Scholars Program. The goal of this program is to provide a formal mechanism to train and mentor experimental immunologists and experimental HIV/AIDS researchers


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    Title: Libra-seq Presenters: Jennifer Jenks Date: 18th March 2021 Time: 12 to 1 PM Talk information forthcoming For the Zoom meeting information please email Richard Barfield. The Immunology for Quants talks are biweekly, informal seminars that are designed to introduce immunology and immune-related diseases to non-immunologists. Topics are generally self-contained


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    Title: MHC-E Restriction as a Mechanism for NK Cell Antigen-Specific Memory Against Viruses Presenters: R. Keith Reeves and Stephanie Jost Date: 4th March 2021 Time: 1 to 2 PM This talk will summarize basic NK cell biology and different forms of adaptive NK cells.  Specific topics will include mechanisms of formation of