Steven H Kleinstein, PhD

Associate Professor of Pathology and of Immunobiology

Departments & Organizations

Cancer Immunology

Immunobiology: HTI | Lymphocyte Development

Medical Informatics, Yale Center for

Office of Student Research

Pathology: ExPath | Informatics Program | Kleinstein Lab

Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Computational Biology and Bioinformatics: Computational Approaches to Functional and Integrative Genomics; Computational Immunology; Theoretical Molecular Biology and Computational Algorithms | Immunology: Computational Immunology; Consequences of an Immune Response; Lymphocyte Development; Mounting an Immune Response

Biography

Dr. Steven Kleinstein received a B.A.S. in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Princeton University. He is currently an Associate Professor of Pathology and Immunobiology at the Yale School of Medicine, and a member of the Interdepartmental Program in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, and the Human Translational Immunology Program. While formally trained in Computer Science, Dr. Kleinstein has been working on applications in immunology for nearly 20 years. His research combines techniques from dynamic modeling, systems biology and bioinformatics to capitalize on recent advances in immune profiling methods to characterize diverse states of the human immune system (in health and disease, and following infection and vaccination).

Education & Training

PhD Princeton University (2002)
MA Princeton University (1997)
BAS The University of Pennsylvania, Computer Science (1994)
BAS University of Pennsylvania (1994)

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Contact Info

Steven H Kleinstein, PhD
Office Location
Department of Pathology300 George Street, Ste 505E
New Haven, CT 06511
Mailing Address
Department of Pathology310 Cedar Street
PO Box 208023

New Haven, CT 06520-8023

Kleinstein Lab Website

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B cells populating the multiple sclerosis brain mature in the draining cervical lymph nodes