29.09.2015Advanced Preclinical Models for Immunology, Oncology and Infectious DiseaseYou are hereEventsLife science events Advanced Preclinical Models for Immunology, Oncology and Infectious Disease
What You Will Learn:
Scientists will present and discuss the best ways to generate better, more predictive models in preclinical research for more translational outcomes. You will be enabled with valuable insights on:
Details of the engraftment procedure, donor to donor variability, immune cell lineage commitment in human immune system engrafted mice, and experimental uses in combinations of human immune system and patient derived xenograft (PDX) applications.
How PDX models can change the oncology drug discovery paradigm.
The latest advances in utilizing immune deficient mouse strains to potentially reduce overall animal usage and save time and money.
The application of human immune system engrafted mice to infectious disease and autoimmune disease drug discovery.
How next generation human immune system engrafted mouse models will impact future research directions.
Network and socialize with the experts and fellow attendees following the last presentation until the program's conclusion at 17:00.