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Natalie Stanley, PhD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member whose research interests include flow cytometry, mass cytometry and imaging mass cytometry bioinformatics.

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
UNC-Chapel Hill

Area of Interest

Our research focuses on developing bioinformatics approaches for linking insights gleaned through high-throughput single-cell immune profiling assays to clinical or experimental outcomes. We are interested in using these techniques to understand T-cell differentiation, and in a variety of clinical contexts, including, aging and neurodegeneration, women’s health, pregnancy, and trauma.

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