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Working to understand the delicate balancing act of the human immune system—how it works when we’re healthy, and what goes wrong in disease.
Goals and Approach
The Allen Institute for Immunology is working to advance the fundamental understanding of human immunology through the study of immune health and diseases where excessive or impaired immune responses drive pathological processes.
To truly understand the human immune system, it must be viewed through many different lenses and at multiple time points. Teams at the Allen Institute for Immunology focus on different areas so that, combined, findings and insights support a more complete picture of the immune system in different contexts.
Studies and data on the immune system generated by these teams can lead to actionable insights that will help scientists find treatments and therapies for immune-related diseases.
Executive Vice President, Director of Allen Institute for Immunology
Journal of Immunological Methods
Jan 01, 2024
Samir Patel, James I. McDonald, Hamza Mohammed, Vaishnavi Parthasarathy, Veronica Hernandez, Tyanna Stuckey, Allen H. Lin, Srinivas Koushik Gundimeda, Bo Lin, Julian Reading, Leo Li-Ying Chan
Nov 01, 2023
Zachary Thomson, Ziyuan He, Elliott Swanson, Katherine Henderson, Cole Phalen, Samir Rachid Zaim, Mark-Phillip Pebworth, Lauren Y. Okada, Alexander T. Heubeck, Charles R. Roll, Veronica Hernandez, Morgan Weiss, Palak C. Genge, Julian Reading, Josephine R. Giles, Sasikanth Manne, Jeanette Dougherty, C. J. Jasen, Allison R. Greenplate, Lynne A. Becker, Lucas T. Graybuck, Suhas V. Vasaikar, Gregory L. Szeto, Adam K. Savage, Cate Speake, Jane H. Buckner, Xiao-Jun Li, Thomas F. Bumol, E. John Wherry, Troy R. Torgerson, Laura A. Vella, Sarah E. Henrickson, Peter J. Skene, Claire E. Gustafson
Jun 09, 2023
Aarthi Talla, Suhas V. Vasaikar, Gregory Lee Szeto, Maria P. Lemos, Julie L. Czartoski, Hugh MacMillan, Zoe Moodie, Kristen W. Cohen, Lamar B. Fleming, Zachary Thomson, Lauren Okada, Lynne A. Becker, Ernest M. Coffey, Stephen C. De Rosa, Evan W. Newell, Peter J. Skene, Xiaojun Li, Thomas F. Bumol, M. Juliana McElrath, Troy R. Torgerson
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