Immunology for Quants Seminars

Biweekly, informal seminars designed to introduce immunology and immune-related diseases to non-immunologists. Topics are generally self-contained and questions are encouraged, so it is not necessary to attend them in sequence. Seminars are held on Thursdays from 12-1 pm. If you are an immunology graduate student, postdoc or researcher and wish to contribute/teach a session, please contact us!


Systems Immunology Journal Club

Starting Summer 2020, We hold a discussion session for researchers interested in systems immunology to review papers on state-of-the-art theories, methods and applications. Previous to each session, participants are encouraged to read a recommended paper and during the session the host presenter will lead a discussion. We aim to include a wide range of topics and invite people with different expertise to lead discussions. The club is held on Thursdays from 12-1 pm biweekly and alternates with the Immunology for Quants Seminars. If you are interested in participating or leading a discussion, please contact us at



We host a series of free workshops every year. These workshops are funded by NIAID with support from the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics and the Duke Center for AIDS Research. While HIV/AIDS researchers will be given priority, the workshops are open to everyone. To register for a workshop, see this link. Topics covered:

  • Data Science
  • Statistical Thinking
  • Analysis of Complex Assays

See the workshops page for details on specific sessions.