Rubinsteyn Lab

The Rubinsteyn Lab works on machine learning for immunology, cancer genomics, and precise vaccine design. We combine these disparate interests to make better therapeutic personalized cancer vaccines. A lot of our work involves creating open source software, often as part of the OpenVax project. We collaborate heavily with the Vincent Lab at UNC to translate computational and experimental results into new clinical trials.

Our lab is part of the Department of Genetics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as the Computational Medicine Program and the Lineberger Cancer Center.

If you’re interested in joining the lab, see the Job Openings and/or email Alex Rubinsteyn: alex.rubinsteyn [at]