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MHC Seminar Timetable






Catalyzed exchange of peptide-MHC

Christian Freund        (FU Berlin)


Nikolaos Sgourakis

(University of Pennsylvania)

Jana Stich            (FU Berlin)


“Dynamic states are maintained in MHCII allotypes and influence catalyzed
peptide exchange”


Andrew McShan (Georgia Tech University)


"Finding Cinderella’s Slipper: How Immunological Chaperones Charm Antigens onto the MHC to Fight Disease”


October 11


MHC-bound peptides as candidate T cell epitopes

Miguel Alvaro-Benito

(FU Berlin)

Mathias Wilhelm

(TU München)

Jenn Abelin (Broad Institute)

"Integrating immunopeptidome data with proteome and PTM datasets to learn about antigen processing and presentation"


November 1


MHC as orchestrator of leukemia immunotherapy by allogeneic stem cell transplantation

Katharina Fleischhauer

(University Hospital Essen)

Pietro Crivello (University Hospital Essen)


“The HLA immunopeptidome as modulator of T-cell alloreactivity in transplantation“

Luca Vago( San Raffaele Scientific Institute)



"The Key Role of HLA Alterations in Leukemia Post-Transplantation Relapse“


December 6


Antigen Specific T cells in disease

Angela Krackhardt

(TU München)

John Maris

(Children´s Hospital Philadelphia)

Dirk Busch

(TU München)

January 10


Accessing and manipulating T cell function

Pere Santamaria

(Hosp. Clinic Barcelona)

Sunil Kumar

(DTU Copenhagen)

Jonathan Schneck

(Johns Hopkins University)

February 7


Class I Editors

Peter Cresswell

(Yale University)

Robert Tampé

(Frankfurt University)

David H Margulies



Mariolina Salio

(University of Oxford)

March 7


Class II Editors

Lisa Denzin

(Rutgers University)

S. Sadegh-Nasseri

(Johns Hopkins University)

L. Santambrogio

(Weill Cornell Medical College)

April 4


T cell cross-reactivity

Lawrence Stern

(UMass Med School)

Brian Baker

(Univ. of Notre Dame)

Stephanie Gras

(Monash University)

Andy Sewell

(Cardiff University)

May 2


Tobias Lenz

(Hamburg University)



June 6


 All sessions consist of two research talks. The talks can be attended via zoom at:


Each talk should last 25 minutes and the Q&A should not exceed 15 minutes.