Next Gen Science: Immunology

Presentations by Young Scientists

Category: Educational Videos

Date: 26 June 2023

Quality: HD MD SD

Next Gen Science: Immunology (2023) - Presentations by Young Scientists


City Theatre; Moderator: Klas Kärre

Following Young Scientists present their work during Next Gen Science:

Engineering Principles of T Cell Proliferation Control: Computational Design of Circuits That Counteract Tumor Suppression
Hersh Bhargava, University of California, San Francisco, United States of America

Vitreous Macrophages in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
Stefaniya Boneva, University of Freiburg, Germany

Redefining Human Bone Marrow Lymphoid Development by Integrating Computational and Experimental Methods
YeEun Kim, Stanford University, United States of America

Leveraging Inflammation as a Common Immunologic Language in T Cells
Nicholas Maurice, University of Minnesota, United States of America

How an Evolutionary Perspective Can Expose Gaps in Our Immunological Knowledge?
Magdalena Migalska, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Lipid Antigen Presentation on CD1a Redefines Type 2 Diabetes as an Autoimmune Response to Lipids
Dequina Nicholas, University of California Irvine, United States of America

Using Single Cell and Spatial Transcriptomics to Decode Mucosal Immunity
Amanda Oliver, Wellcome Sanger Institute, United Kingdom

Single-Cell Spatial Landscape of NSCLC Reveals Prognostic Immune Features and Mechanisms of Enhanced Anti-Tumor Immunity
Mark Sorin, McGill University, Canada

Mapping COVID-19 Initiation in the Human Lung: Noncanonical Macrophages, Receptors, and Host Response
Timothy Wu, Stanford University, United States of America