Blaze new trails through immunology
The field of immunology is expanding.
The importance of research has become even more significant around the globe with the recent pandemic and researchers have been uncovering how immune systems relate to many other disease areas and got host protection.
Rooted in passion, innovation and impact, we provide firsthand insights and perspectives for achievable breakthroughs for scientists in the field of immunology research to explore the spark to advance science.
Inspiring scientists making a difference
We asked scientists in immunology research about the challenges they face, how they overcome them and what keeps them motivated.
What we learned was so inspiring that we created this space
to share their stories with you.
Research for therapeutic potential of metabolic processes in inflammatory and infectious diseases
“Like magic, science takes practice, but the end results are so satisfying.”
Understanding infectious diseases and immunology
“It's not just about publishing in high-impact journals, but also ensuring that the outcome has a very practical use to change lives.”
Diving deep into immuno-oncology mechanisms with multi-parametric research
“Immuno-oncology has changed the world in terms of cancer therapies. I really like to be at this point in research, translating science from the lab to the clinic.”
Making flow cytometry approachable – one instrument at a time
“The explosion of data in high dimensional flow cytometry has also given rise to the challenge of data analysis in immunology….”
Developing assays for identifying biomarkers in infectious diseases and immuno-oncology research
“You have to put the pieces together, look at the whole picture, and try to figure out the next steps.”
Unraveling different ways of tackling common research challenges
An idea is like a spark in the dark. It makes everything brighter. This blog series uncovers common challenges in immunology research experiments and spark different ways of thinking to discover solutions.
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