Presented by expert speakers, our webinars will give you advance insight into topics that will be covered at the event.
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Advances in Immuno-Oncology Webinars
TNFR2 and PD1 Resistance
Wednesday 21st April | 3:00pm GMT
Hosted by Russell LaMontagne, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Boston Immune Technologies and Therapeutics
- TNFR2 plays a key role in several components of tumor microenvironment: Tregs, myeloid suppressor cells and oncogene expressing tumors
- TNFR2 is a biomarker for aggressive and PD1 resistant cancers
Russell LaMontagne is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Boston Immune Technologies and Therapeutics, an immuno oncology company spun out of Massachusetts General Hospital focused developing TNF superfamily antagonists. Prior to BITT he founded and ran Corinth Group a consulting company focused on advising healthcare organizations on marketing and commercialization strategies. He is also director of the BCG Working Group, which organizes support and awareness for research the BCG Vaccine for autoimmunity and allergy.
Autoimmunity & Immunology Webinars
The S-TIR™ technology platform: Vaccines based on evolutionary conserved immunological mechanisms for the treatment of both allergy and cancer
Thursday 19th March | 3PM GMT
Presented by Geert Mudde, Founder, Chief Scientific Officer & Managing Director at S-TARget therapeutics.
- How to control positive and negative checkpoints in oncology
- The central role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in immunological diseases
- The induction of unprecedented polyclonal immune responses in the absence of side effects
Our free webinar is for professionals involved in Immunotherapy development interested in learning more about immunological mechanisms for the treatment of both allergies and cancer.
This is a free event open to all, so why not register and benefit from the expertise of our speakers?
Human Studies of Inflammation, Cardiometabolic Disease and Psoriasis: A Proliferative Environment
Thursday 7th May | 1:30pm GMT
Hosted by Nehal Mehta, Senior Investigator, Section of Inflammation and Cardiometabolic Diseases, NIH
- Cardiometabolic diseases include obesity, dyslipidemia and dysglycemia, all of which increase risk of cardiovascular disease.
- Inflammation is associated with development of cardiometabolic diseases.
- Treatment of chronic systemic inflammation with a monoclonal antibody blocking IL1-beta improved cardiovascular outcomes and decreased incident of lung cancer.
- Psoriasis is a chronic systemic inflammatory disease which provides a human model to better understand these observations.
Nehal Mehta attended an accelerated seven-year biomedical program where he received his B.A. in 1997 with honors and M.D. in 2001 with Distinction from The George Washington University, and a M.S.C.E. in genetic epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009. Following medical school, Dr. Mehta did his internship, residency, and chief medical residency in internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, followed by a fellowship in cardiovascular diseases, nuclear cardiology, and preventive cardiology. Following this, he did a post-doctoral fellowship in genetic epidemiology with a focus on inflammation and lipoproteins at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CCEB) and Institute of Translational Medicine and Therapeutics (ITMAT). In 2009, Dr. Mehta joined the faculty in Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and at the CCEB as an Associate Scholar. Dr. Mehta came to the NIH in 2012 as the inaugural Lasker Clinical Research Scholar, joining the NHLBI’s Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Branch. In addition to the Lasker Scholarship, Dr. Mehta has received numerous local and national awards and honors, including being named a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and American Heart Association. He is actively involved in several foundations and organizations in membership and leadership capacities including the American Heart Association and National Psoriasis Foundation. He is the editor for the section on cardiovascular, metabolic, and lipoprotein translation in the Journal of Translational Medicine and serves as a reviewers for several international grant organizations as well as biomedical journals.