Eliver Ghosn | PUBTechSF@Stanford 2016

Eliver Ghosn é Cientista Pesquisador do Departamento de Genética e do Programa de Imunologia da Universidade de Stanford desde 2005. Eliver obteve seu Mestrado em interações hospedeiro-patógeno na USP, e realizou o Doutorado em um programa entre USP e Stanford para estudar o desenvolvimento e função de linhagens imunes primitivas. Nos últimos anos, em colaboração com a Universidade de Tóquio (Japão), Eliver vem estudando o potencial do transplante de células tronco hematopoiéticas para a regeneração do sistema imune primitivo.

A próxima edição do PUBTechSF acontecerá no dia 2 de março de 2016, no CERAS, em Stanford.

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O título da palestra do Eliver é “FACS sorting: da Criação da Biotecnologia ao Transplante de Células Tronco”.

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Eliver Ghosn is a Research Scientist in the Department of Genetics and the Immunology Program at Stanford University, where he has been a fellow since 2005. Eliver applies high-dimensional flow cytometry technology (18-parameter Hi-D FACS) as a systems immunology approach to study the development and function of the primitive immune system. The primitive immune system includes innate-like lymphocytes (e.g., B-1a) that develop early in embryonic life (first wave of immune development) and persist throughout adulthood. Eliver completed his Master degree in host-pathogen interactions at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil. He subsequently has been awarded a fellowship to complete his Ph.D. through a joint program between USP and Stanford to study the development and function of primitive immune lineages, such as B-1 lymphocytes. In recent years, in collaboration with University of Tokyo (Japan), Eliver has been studying the potential of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation to regenerate the primitive immune system. Eliver has served in several symposium committees, including the organization (co-chair of scientific committee) of the Merinoff World Congress on B-1 cells held in 2014 in New York.

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