Steven Bosinger | Assistant Professor
Emory School of Medicine

Steven Bosinger, Assistant Professor, Emory School of Medicine

Dr. Bosinger received his PhD from the University of Western Ontario in Microbiology & Immunology and has focused on studying the pathogenic events in early HIV and SIV infection.  He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania from 2008-2010. In 2010 he moved to Emory University and was appointed to the department of Pathology & Lab Medicine. His recent research interests have been focused on developing novel genomic technologies to follow individual B cell lineages after vaccination.

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April 14 Pre-congress Workshop Day @ 10:00

HALF DAY WORKSHOP A1: VACCINE TECHNOLOGY

New emerging tools in immunology have become a much-anticipated field over the years with increasingly more preclinical and clinical staged developments. This workshop focuses on recent advances and their application in providing protection against infectious diseases to improve immunogenicity of vaccines and understanding the immune response.
  • HIV Adaptive Immunity
    • What have we learned from the adaptive immunity response to better our knowledge of HIV and vaccine design
  • Structural Vaccinology
    • An Update
  • Reverse Vaccinology
    • Understanding the immune response during disease and vaccinology
  • Systems Biology in vaccinology
    • How is this being integrated for rational vaccine designs
  • Computational and Bioinformatics tools
    • Applications to vaccines development and clinical efficacy
  • Discussion with all the speakers
last published: 11/Apr/19 16:05 GMT

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