Immune Epitope Database User Workshop

October 13 – 14, 2014


The IEDB is an NIH-supported, freely available resource that provides access to published data related to antibody and T cell epitopes, as well as online tools for prediction and further analysis of immune epitopes.  The IEDB has data for infectious and autoimmune diseases, allergens, and alloantigens.

 

Who should attend?

·         Researchers studying T cell and antibody epitopes

·         Bioinformaticians

·         Those new to the IEDB

·         Those wanting to better understand and use the many features of the resource.

 

Date:    Monday, Oct. 13 – Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014

 

Place:  La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology

            La Jolla, California, USA

 

Program:

 Day 1   IEDB staff will describe the IEDB curation process, data structure, and data content.  The different query and browse features will be demonstrated.  Staff will be available to provide individualized help to participants

 

Day 2   Presenters will describe the features of the Analysis Resource, a collection of epitope analysis and prediction tools.  The use and interpretation of results will be covered.

 

Cost:    $50 (USD), which covers continental breakfast and lunch both days, and a reception Monday evening

 

Space is limited

 

Applications must be submitted by 25 August 2014 and can be requested at workshop@iedb.org


Limited funds are available for travel reimbursement to help defray transportation and lodging expenses only, and must be received by 1 August 2014.

La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology

9420 Athena Circle

La Jolla, CA  92037

workshop@iedb.org

www.iedb.org

www.liai.org



Participants at the 2012 IEDB User Workshop in La Jolla, CA

Topics Covered

Special attention will be paid to the new IEDB 3.0 features and interfaces

·      IEDB Overview

·      Data structure and content

·      Finding data in the IEDB and example queries

·      Support and help features

·      Exporting data

·      T cell and B cell epitope prediction

·      Epitope analysis tools, including visualization

·      Submitting data to the IEDB

Extensive question and answer opportunities are available for individualized attention