Unraveling the mysteries of the immune system in health and disease
The Allen Institute for Immunology is working to understand the dynamic balancing act of the human immune system, how it senses friend from foe and what goes wrong when we’re ill. Our studies aim to translate deep knowledge of the immune system in health and disease to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of immune-related disorders. Everything we do begins with patients who are living with and suffering from these diseases. We believe that by decoding the mysteries of the immune system, we can make a significant improvement in patients’ health and wellbeing.
Out of Balance | Sarah’s experience with multiple myeloma
June 8, 2022
Sarah Kaufmann-Fink was diagnosed with cancer as a college student. 17 years and one relapse later, she’s pushing for more research.
Science in Sixty | Greg Szeto
Greg Szeto has a passion for immunology, virology, bioengineering, computer science...and photographing live music! Check out our latest Science In Sixty feature.
A new open-access portal for human immunology data and tools
June 1, 2022
The Human Immune System Explorer offers an inside view into ongoing research on human health and disease