Saturday, May 13, 2023 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM ET Room 206
Technological Innovations in Immunology: Identifying, Modulating, and Modeling Immune Responses
- Lalit Beura, Brown Univ.
- Yuri Sykulev, Thomas Jefferson Univ.
- Kaitlyn Emily Bambino, Univ. of North Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr., Cerebral organoids: A novel tool for neuroimmunologists
- Leo Chan, Nexcelom from PerkinElmer, Comparison of CAR-T cell-mediated cytotoxicity assays with suspension tumor cells using high-throughput plate-based image cytometry method
- Nadia Anikeeva, Thomas Jefferson Univ., A novel approach for identification of highly potent pathogen specific human CD8 T cells from peripheral blood
- Max R. Ulibarri, Brown Univ., Establishment of a vaginal organoid system to study local resident memory T cell differentiation
- Adriana Tomic, Boston Univ., SIMON, a powerful AI software accelerating discovery of human immune memory responses to viruses
- Oliver Kask, Arizona State Univ., HLA-PopSeq: high throughput, multiplexed six-locus Human Leukocyte Antigen typing for population-scale T cell immune profiling using rapid long-read nanopore sequencing
- Alex George, Columbia Univ. Irving Med. Ctr., A lymph node slice culture model to characterize T cell activation dynamics and anti-viral responses in human tissue
- Si-Sim Kang, Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. of Med., Using nanoparticles as artificial antigen presenting cells to mobilize CD4 T cells for immunotherapy