RESIST Seminar guest lecture by Prof. Adriana Tomic

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Exciting topics, interestingly presented: Every first and third Thursday (except during school holidays), RESIST scientists or top-class researchers from external institutions present their topics at the RESIST seminar series.

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This seminar will exceptionally take place on a WEDNESDAY!

On 19 June 2024, Prof. Adriana Tomic, Department of Virology, Immunology & Microbiology, Boston University, will give a lecture from 5 to 6 pm in Lecture Hall Q, Building J6 of the MHH. The title of her lecture is: “Designing Smarter Vaccines: Understanding Our Immune System with Artificial Intelligence”

Dr. Adriana Tomic is leading a Systems Immunology group at Boston University focusing on understanding how human immune responses mediate protection and prevent severe diseases. At the interface between infection and computational biology, her research aims to transform human immunology and change the way we develop vaccines using a combination of systems-level analysis, multi-omics data integration, and artificial intelligence. Dr. Tomic is also a co-developer of SIMON, an open-source knowledge discovery platform for the application of machine learning to biomedical data. This platform has a broad application for the identification of correlates of protection in infectious diseases, autoimmunity, and cancer.

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