Gur Yaari is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering of Bar Ilan University, Israel. He received his B.Sc. degree in physics and math, M.Sc. in high energy physics, and Ph.D. in interdisciplinary physics, all from HUJI. He was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University. Yaari joined the faculty of Engineering in 2013. His current research interest focuses on the development of computational and statistical tools to process and analyze high-throughput biological data, with a special spotlight on the adaptive immune system.
Congratulations to Eitan Winter on the acceptance of his paper "Differential roles for B cell receptor affinity in colonization of the subepithelial dome and infiltration into pre-existing germinal centers within Peyer’s patches" to Nature Immunology.More news
Congratulations to Oz Sharabi, Reut Timor, Ronen Hope and Yaacov Weiss on the acceptance of their paper "Antibody repertoire analysis of Hepatitis C virus infections identifies immune signatures associated with spontaneous clearance" to Frontiers in Immunology.More news
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