Life Sciences Seminar: Understanding and Modulating immune responses to AAV Gene Therapy
Life Sciences Seminar
Understanding and Modulating immune responses to Adeno-associated virus (AAV) Gene Therapy
Horae Gene Therapy Center
Department of Pediatrics
University of Massachusetts, Chan Medical School
RIT Biotechnology Alum ’05
Allison Keeler-Klunk is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and belongs to the Horae Gene Therapy Center and NeuroNexus Institute at University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School. She has been involved in research on AAV-based gene therapy for over ten years. She has studied gene therapies for neuromuscular, respiratory and fatty-acid oxidation disorders. Recently her work has focused on understanding and modulating immune responses to AAV gene therapies and cell engineering of novel immunotherapeutics.
Beginners, undergraduates, graduates, experts. Those with interest in the topic.
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When and Where
Open to the Public