Computational Immunology Summer School Underway

The 2018 Computational Immunology Summer School is underway! The theme of this year’s summer school is “Focus on B Cells”. We have an accomplished and diverse group of 22 students: 11 PhD candidates, 4 MD and MD/PhD candidates, 2 post-doctoral fellows, and 5 academic faculty and research scientists. The students are actively engaged in immunological research projects involving B cell biology and will directly benefit from the material in this program. We are providing housing and travel scholarships for 10 students. The 2018 Summer School is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, under Grant No. U19AI117892 to Boston University. This work is supported under the Modeling Immunity for Biodefense. Additional support has been provided by the Hariri Institute.

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