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  • Cristina M. Tato

    Cristina M. Tato

    Research and Science Analyst, Institute for Immunity, Transplantation, and Infection Operations

    Current Role at Stanford I work with the Director of the institute to identify new areas for translational and interdisciplinary research and facilitating new grant initiatives with ITI member investigators. Strategic design and writing of grant proposals in the areas of immunology, infectious disease and global health. Tactical application of research and study results, identification of areas of need and facilitation of collaborative scientific projects both within Stanford and with other research institutions. Additionally, I provide expertise in writing, development, study design, and interpretation and presentation of immunological data.

  • Aurelie Tomczak

    Aurelie Tomczak

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Immunity Transplant Infection

    Bio Dr. Aurelie Tomczak received her Diploma (M.Sc.) in Applied Computer Science from Bielefeld University in 2005, and her Ph.D. from the Technical University Dresden (Germany) in 2011, where she worked in the Structural Bioinformatics group of Dr. Maria T. Pisabarro on the development and application of a structure-based computational approach to identify novel remote human chemokine homologs.
    After receiving her PhD, Dr. Tomczak successfully applied for a grant to fund her postdoctoral research project in Dr. Philip Murphy's laboratory at the National Institutes of Health, where she worked on the experimental characterization of the chemokine-like proteins she identified in her PhD by combining Immunology, Computational and Structural Biology approaches.