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Virus-like particles, a new method to boost the immune responses against tumor associated carbohydrate antigens

Virus-like particles, a new method to boost the immune responses against tumor associated carbohydrate antigens

 This is a lecture on the biology and chemistry of tumor associated carbohydrate antigens, specifically on designing effective cancer vaccines.

Date: 8/7/12, 11am to 12:30pm
Time: 8/7/12, 11am to 12:30pm
Location: South Campus Research Building 2, first floor conference Room 3 (2SCR1.4023)
Directions: 7455 South Fannin St
Format: Lecture
CME: 1.0 credit hours
Facilitator: Dapeng Zhou
Speaker Bio: Dr. Xuefei Huang is a noted authority in chemical biology of glycoconjugates. He is actively exploring their roles in cancer biology and cancer immunology. He is being invited to present as a guest lecturer for the Melanoma Medical Oncology department as well as various departments within the institution.
Contact: Geneva Perez - (713) 563-5272 - gperez@mdanderson.org