Author: cmayeda

  • Published: Leelatian & Sinnaeve et al., eLife 2020

    The RAPID manuscript is out in eLife! Unsupervised machine learning reveals risk stratifying glioblastoma tumor cells Massive @IhrieLab @scbiolab collabortaion on #glioblastoma single cell #cytof & #machinelearning. Code & data: — Jonathan Irish (@jonathanirish) June 23, 2020

  • Press Releases: Irish lab role in COVID-19 Drug Repurposing Trial

    Check out the outstanding articles about our machine learning data analysis tools that will be applied to study COVID-19 immune responses as part of a clinical trial with collaborators at King’s College London: @VanderbiltU story with more about our role in #COVID19 patient immune cell research using data science tools:Artificial intelligence offers a chance to optimize […]

  • New Project: HIDI Human Immunology Discovery Initiative (HIDI)

    We are excited about the launch of the new Human Immunology Discovery Initiative (HIDI) with the Vanderbilt Center for Immunobiology (VCI).  The Irish lab and Cancer & Immunology Core (CIC) are directing the analysis of human blood immunophenotypes and cell signaling using mass cytometry (CyTOF). Read more at the links below: EXTRA EXTRA! Read all about the […]

  • 2019 Open for Rotations

    Yes!  We are open for rotations for graduate students arriving in 2019. Welcome incoming Vandy grad students! We're recruiting for projects on cancer, immunology, computational biology, & more. See you at the CDB lunch & posters on Fri, Aug 16! @BiomedVandy @VUGradSchool @VICB_Vanderbilt @VUMC_VCI @VI4ResearchLab: — Jonathan Irish (@jonathanirish) August 13, 2019 If […]

  • London Immuno-Oncology Sept 2019

    It’s the last few days to submit an abstract (due July 15) for the “New Directions in Immuno-Onocology” conference Shahram Kordasti and I are part of organizing in London this September.  Still time to register.  Hope to see you there! Register now for New Directions in Immuno-Oncology conference in London 10-12 Sept 2019! @CRUKresearch @ECMC_UK. […]

  • Irish lab+ at CYTO 2019 in Vancouver

    Jonathan and Irish lab members Caroline Roe and Todd Bartkowiak had a great time at CYTO 2019 in Vancouver with collaborators Jeff Rathmell, Justine Sinnaeve, and Aïda Meghraoui-Kheddar.  Some highlights: Caroline Roe from the Irish lab presenting her #CYTO2019 poster on training novices and new lab members to do #CyTOF and measure signaling in human […]

  • Marker Enrichment Modeling (MEM) v3 on Github

    The latest version v3.0 of Marker Enrichment Modeling (MEM) is now available on Github at the Irish lab’s Github repostory: The license is the same as before, which provides free use for academic groups and requires licensing MEM for any commercial use.  For more information about licensing, visit the Vanderbilt MEM site. Also see the original […]

  • Published: Roussel et al., Methods in Molecular Biology 2019

    Congrats to Mikael Roussel and Todd Bartkowiak on their publication of a review and protocol for polarization of human monocytes and assessment by mass cytometry. Roussel M, Bartkowiak T, Irish JM. Picturing Polarized Myeloid Phagocytes and Regulatory Cells by Mass Cytometry. Methods in Molecular Biology 2019 1989:217-226. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-9454-0_14. ► This peer-reviewed publication provides a detailed […]

  • Dr. Irish back on Twitter after 10 years…

    Look out world, Dr. Irish is back on Twitter (after 10 years… !): Coming out of retirement in part to engage in bioRxiv: New work from the Irish & Ihrie labs @ Vanderbilt just up on bioRxiv: — Jonathan Irish (@jonathanirish) May 10, 2019

  • Published: Mistry et al., FEBS Journal 2019

    Congrats to Akshitkumar Mistry, Allison Greenplate, and Rebecca Ihrie on publication of our review of mass cytometry in the context of single cell biology techniques! Mistry AM, Greenplate AR, Ihrie RA, Irish JM. Beyond the Message: Advantages of Snapshot Proteomics with Single-Cell Mass Cytometry in Solid Tumors. FEBS J 2018 Dec 13. doi: 10.1111/febs.14730. ► […]