Webinar on systems biology approaches to immune system questions now available on demand
Olink-sponsored Science/AAAS webinar originally broadcast December 5, 2018
Now available on demand!
Are you interested in hearing about how taking a systems biology approach with multiple omics technologies can unravel the complexities of immune system development and function?
Title: “A systems biology approach to unravelling the complexities of immune system development and function”
Original Broadcast date: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Speakers: Associate Professor Petter Brodin (Karolinska Institute, Stockholm) & Professor Yueh-hsiu Chien (Stanford University , CA).
The presentations were based on breakthrough studies published recently by the two groups, in the journals Cell and Nature, respectively.
During the webinar, the speakers:
- Describe how combining approaches such as mass cytometry, protein biomarker discovery, and transcriptomics provides valuable insights into complex immunological systems
- Reveal how the immune system develops in newborn children, and the external factors that influence this process
- Offer new insights into the complex pathophysiology of latent infections with Mycobacterium tuberculosis, using a multi-omic, multicohort approach
Register now to view the recorded webinar on-demand later at your own convenience.