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We are excited to announce that the Human Immunology Center and Single Cell Genomics Cores are merging to form the CENTER FOR CELLULAR PROFILING: CYTOMETRY AND SINGLE-CELL MULTIOMICS!

Starting October 1st, 2021, the Human Immunology Center and Single-Cell Genomics Cores will merge to form the CENTER FOR CELLULAR PROFILING: CYTOMETRY AND SINGLE-CELL MULTIOMICS Core Facility. By merging, we are able to provide a new pricing structure, offer new services, and to perform our experiments with increased efficiency. We are excited at the opportunities this will present to our users and thank you for your patience as we undergo this transition. Please be on the look out for our official announcement, which will provide more detailed information regarding pricing and services, and for our newly designed website.

The Human Immunology Center:

Bringing clinicians and researchers together to study human immune responses in health and disease


The Human Immunology Center was founded to provide a forum for the interaction of clinicians and researchers interested in studying the human immune response across multiple translational research areas including:

  • Autoimmunity
  • Inflammation
  • Metabolism
  • Tumor Immunity
  • Infection


Current techniques allow the detailed interrogation of human leukocytes from blood and pathological tissues. These include Flow Cytometry, CyTOF, and RNAseq on small populations or single cells. This will enhance understanding of the human immune response and how it relates to and influences other biological systems and processes. The infrastructure will integrate several relevant groups that typically have inadequate interactions:

  • Clinicians
  • Geneticists
  • Immunologists
  • Computational scientists


In order to facilitate interaction and collaboration among these groups, we will provide a forum (see Events link) and a flow cytometry facility (see Flow Core Facility link) to stimulate discussion, interactions and scientific collaboration on the nature of the human immune response in diverse areas of medicine.

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