Prof Laure Aurelian | Professor
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Prof Laure Aurelian, Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine

She is a Professor of Pharmacology and Microbiology and Immunology, a member of the Greenebaum Cancer Center and Neuroscience Program and a Founding member of the Center for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine and Senior Advisor for Faculty Development at Stanford University School of Medicine. She has made major significant contributions to science, focused on gene regulation and translational medicine but a more recent significant contribution to science has been in oncolytic virotherapy, an emerging cancer therapeutic approach with relatively modest clinical efficacy.

Appearances:



Agenda Day 1 @ 5:15

The generation and modulation of immunogenic cell death using oncolytic viruses

  • What is immunogenic cell death? Mechanism and modulation by oncolytic viruses
  • Signalling pathways that regulate the tumor immunosuppressive milieu and their alteration
  • Cancer stem cells immunology and inhibition of tumor immune escape
  • Modulation of immunogenic cell death by combining oncolytic viruses with other therapies

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