2018 Summer School

Computational Immunology: Focus on B cells
11-14 June 2018

This training program is intended for graduate students and postdocs in immunology who are interested in learning about computational aspects of B cell immunology. The four-day summer school will be divided into eight sessions, with each session comprising a theoretical/lecture component and a practical/hands-on component. A limited number of scholarships may be available.

Anna Belkina, Boston University
Cliburn Chan, Duke University
Evan Johnson, Boston University
Thomas B. Kepler, Boston University
Erick Matsen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
Rocco Moretti, Vanderbilt University
Veronika Zarnitsyna, Emory University

 Curriculum information and required software.

Download a Detailed daily schedule.


Morning Afternoon
Day Topic Instructor Topic Instructor
6/11 Mon Intro to Comp. Biology Dr. Kepler Computational Analysis of Cytometric Data I Dr. Belkina
6/12 Tues Computational Analysis of Cytometric Data II Dr. Chan Antibody Structure Dr. Moretti
6/13 Wed Single-cell RNA-seq Dr. Johnson Molecular Evolution Dr. Matsen
6/14 Thur B-Cell Clonal Analysis Dr. Kepler Dynamical Modeling Dr. Zarnitsyna

Hosted by the Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering, Boston University.

Deadline for applying: closed

For information on the associated Comutational Immunology Symposium follow this link page.

Transportation links:
Boston University free shuttle
Boston Green Line train service
Boston University Parking

Funding: The 2018 Summer School and Symposium are 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 summer school is supported under the Modeling Immunity for Biodefense program.

Additional support provided by:
HIC Sub-brand (informal with full name)