Toronto Human Immunology Network Symposium 2014:

Toronto Human Immunology Network Presents:


Human Immunophenotyping in Health and Disease

Friday May 16, 1-5pm, Room 2172 Medical Sciences building University of Toronto



1:00       Welcome: Tania Watts, Toronto Human Immunology network

Co-chairs:  Cynthia Guidos and Katherine Siminovitch

1:10       Mark Davis, Stanford
Genetic vs. environmental influences on human immune diversity

1:45       Pamela Ohashi, Ontario Cancer Institute
Overcoming limitations in human immunology the DaVinci way

2:20       Soumya Raychaudhuri, Broad Institute
Toward understanding the relationship between human disease alleles for autoimmune disease and molecular phenotypes.

2:55       Refreshment break- room 2173 Med Sci building (across the hall)

3:30       Cynthia Guidos, Hospital for Sick
Phospho-flow Cytometric Identification of Aberrant Signaling Networks in Leukemia

4:05       Holden Maecker, Stanford
Discovering Human Immune Profiles in Cancer and Viral Infection

4:40       Wrap up/further discussion

All Welcome

Sponsored by the CIHR human Immunology network and Cell Signaling Technology

Please also join us for a Satellite Technical Lecture, by Raffi Manoukian, Cell Signaling Technology, 11 am-12 noon, Room 2172 MSB

Leveraging Flow Cytometry and Activation State-Specific Antibodies as Invaluable  Tools for the Study of Cellular Processes in Research and Clinical Settings