|Di Yu||The University of Queensland Diamantina Institute||Secretary|
|Mark Chong||St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research||Treasurer|
|Thomas Ashhurst||The University of Sydney||NSW|
|Jonathan Roco Alegre||John Curtin School of Medical Research||ACT|
|Ash Haque||The University of Melbourne||VIC|
|David Lynn||SA Health and Medical Research Institute||SA|
|Shalin Naik||Walter and Eliza Hall Institute||VIC|
|Anthony Bosco||Telethon Kids Institute||WA|
|Anna Brooks||University of Auckland||NZ|
|Olivier Lamiable||Malaghan Institute of Medical Research||NZ|
|Roslyn Kemp||University of Otago||NZ|
|Thomas Ashhurst||The University of Sydney, NSW||Systems Cytometry|
|Sarah Russell||Peter MacCallum Research, VIC||Systems Microscopy|
|Shalin Naik||Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, VIC||Single-cell Analysis|
|Fabio Luciani||University of New South Wales, NSW||Quantification|
|Vanessa Venturi||University of New South Wales, NSW||Quantification|
|Helen McGuire||The University of Sydney, NSW||Application|
|Cindy Ma||Garvan Institute, NSW||Application|
|Michele Teng||QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, QLD||Application|
Systems Immunology: SITQA - An overview
The development of a raft of “-omics” technologies and new approaches for analysis of individual cells has opened up superb research opportunities in immunology. High-throughput technologies for immune profiling have also revolutionised the characterisation of human immune states and responses in infectious diseases, cancer, immunodeficiency, autoimmune and allergic diseases, vaccination, and immunotherapies. However, it remains challenging how to efficiently utilise new technologies in basic research and clinical translation. One major bottleneck is the need for new computational approaches for data analysis. New partnerships between immunologists and technical specialists, bioinformaticians, statisticians and clinicians are required. The SIG on Systems Immunology: Technology, Quantification and Application (SITQA) would provide a network and events to facilitate those partnerships.
High Dimensional Data Analysis Homeshow | 17th-21st August 2020
In partnership with ASI, the Australasian Cytometry Society hosted their 2020 Homeshow in August 2020.
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