TUMOR IMMUNOLOGY: Use of neoantigens as biomarkers and targets of immunotherapy in glioblastoma

CHiiPs Translational Immunology Conference

 
Use of neoantigens as biomarkers and targets of immunotherapy in glioblastoma

presented by

Tanner M. Johanns, M.D., Ph.D.

Clinical Fellow
Department of Medicine, Divisions of Hematology & Oncology

Washington University, School of Medicine

 

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Friday, October 28, 2016

CSRB North Tower, Room 801

 

FACULTY ORGANIZERS:  DAVID DENARDO and GAVIN DUNN

 

download flyer: CHiiPs-Translational-Imm-Conf-10-28-16.pdf

 

About this series:

Dr. Wayne Yokoyama, CHiiPs Associate Director for Immune Dysfunction, supervises this conference series, which alternates between five different topic areas throughout the year:  pediatric translational immunology (faculty organizers Drs. Megan Cooper and Jeff Bednarski); infectious diseases (faculty organizers Drs. Minji Byun and Rachel Presti), autoimmunity (faculty organizers Drs. Alfred Kim and Brian Kim); neuroimmunology (faculty organizers Drs. Gregory Wu and Robyn Klein) and tumor immunology (faculty organizers Drs. Gavin Dunn and David DeNardo).  This is an open seminar for all interested parties across campus.