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Quantitative Immunology (14-1)

March 09, 2014 – March 14, 2014


Les Houches, France


George Altan-Bonnet, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Thierry Mora, Ecole Normale Superieure
Aleksandra Walczak, Ecole Normale Superieure
Anton Zilman, University of Toronto

Website: Quantitative Immunology
Additional Information: Meeting in Quantitative Immunology
Registration Deadline: January 15, 2014
For more information on registration please visit: Registration



The immune response involves the collective behavior of millions of cells of different types acting from the molecular to the organism level. Despite tremendous progress in identifying the many components of the immune system, an integrated predictive theoretical framework and quantitative dynamic models are still lacking. Such models will be crucial for leveraging advances in basic research towards practical applications in disease treatment and prevention. Moreover, modern experimental techniques (e. g. multi-channel flow cytometry, deep sequencing, gene expression arrays, single cell imaging) provide growing amounts of quantitative data requiring mathematical analysis. These experimental advances and combined with recent developments in mathematical modeling approaches make it possible to go beyond simply identifying the molecular components and allow to aim for integrated predictive theories.


Tentative List of Speakers
Michael Meyer-Hermann, Helmholtz Braunschweig, Germany
Becca Asquith, UCL, UK
Facundo Batista, London Research Institute, UK
Curtis Callan , Princeton, USA
Robin Callard , UCL, UK
Daniel Coombs, UBC, Canada
Rob de Boer, U of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Jordan Feld, Toronto, Canada
Nir Friedman, Weizmann, Israel
Daniel Hebenstreit, University of Warwick UK
Thomas Hoefer, DKFZ, Germany
Marc Jenkins, U Minnesota, USA
Yoram Louzoun, Bar Lan U., Israel
Encarnita Mariotti, Universite Pierre & Marie Curie, France
Ramit Mehr, Bar-Iam. Israel
Carmen Molina-Paris, Leeds, UK
Clement Nizak, ESPCI, France
Ed Palmer, U of Basel, Switzerland
Alan Perelson, LANL, USA
Leila Perie, Utrech/UvA, The Netherlands
Ruy Ribeiro, LANL, USA
Olivier Rivoire, Grenoble, France
Harlan Robbins, Fred Hutchinson, USA
Ton Schumacher, NKI Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Vassili Soumelis, Institut Curie, France
Paul Thomas, St. Jude Hospital, Memphis, USA
Alexander van Oudenaarden, MIT, USA
Massimo Vergassola, UCSD, USA
Andrew Yates, AECOM, USA

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