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.
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.
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
- Posted: 2 Aug 2021 6:03 pm
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 …
- Posted: 10 Mar 2021 9:39 am
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 …
- Posted: 24 Feb 2021 8:22 am
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 …