My lastest abstract, titled “Sequence-based retrieval of potential targets for off-target toxicity in cancer immunotherapy”, was selected for poster presentation at the AMIA 2020 Informatics Summit.
I gave a talk titled “Enabling structure-based data-driven selection of targets for cancer immunotherapy” at the Seventeenth Annual Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference (Rocky19), a meeting of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). Dec 7, 2019, Aspen/Snowmass, CO.
I gave a tutorial on “Current methods and open challenges for structural modeling in cancer immunotherapy” at the First International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Oncology (ISMCO 2019). October 14, 2019 at Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA.
I gave a talk titled “Large-scale modeling of class I peptide-HLA complexes using APE-Gen” at the First International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Oncology (ISMCO 2019). October 15, 2019 at Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA.
I gave a talk titled “Aplications of structural bioinformatics to cancer immunotherapy” at the XXII Semana Acadêmica da Biologia, Passo Fundo University, Brazil, on September 17, 2019.
I was seleted with honorable mention to be a part of the School of Engineering’s Future Faculty Fellows Program, at Rice University (Houston, TX). The goal of the program is to help fellows to become more competitive for faculty positions, by providing support in preparing all elements of the faculty application and interview.
I was selected to be a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Computational Cancer Biology Training Program (CCBTP). This fellowship is funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), grant number RP170593. The CCBTP is one of the training programs of the Gulf Coast Consortia for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (GCC).