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Post Doctoral Scholar
Medical University of South Carolina
In this webinar, learn how the engineering of human regulatory T Cells (Tregs) with a chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) targeting donor-derived human leukocyte antigen (HLA) is a promising strategy to induce immune tolerance to pancreatic islet transplants, a procedure available for type 1 diabetes.
Meet the Heroes and learn about their research
Generating protein reagents to evaluate the antibody and CD8+ T Cell responses to SARS COV-2
- Discuss and lean about glycosylated proteins and discuss different expression platforms for glycoproteins
- Describe how SARS-CoV-2 antigens have been used to study antibody responses to COVID-19
- Demonstrate how synTac protein biologics activate T cells in an antigen specific manner and compare synTac proteins with current immunotherapies
The regulation of ALC1 by TRIM33 during the DNA damage response
- Understanding the mechanisms of DNA repair
- Understand how the PARP dependent DNA damage response pathway is regulated
- Understand how key proteins involved in DDR including TRIM33 and ALC1 can serve as actionable targets in the study of certain cancers
Investigating the effect of diabetes on bone quality via changes in gene expression of glycation and bone remodelling markers in osteocytes
- Understanding how diabetes affect bone health
- Understanding advance glycation end products and their harmful effects on health
- Discuss and learn about osteocytes
Claudia Miranda, PhD
Human pluripotent stem cells as a model for neurodevelopmental toxicity
- Understand the use of three-dimensional microwells to generate human pluripotent stem cell-derived neural spheroid cell models.
- Use microwells as a platform to analyze the effects of drug exposure during neural development.
- Establish a neurodevelopmental model of prenatal exposure to cannabinoids.
Using iPS-derived cells to generate a functional human liver through 3D bioprinting
- Discuss iPS cell culture and quality control
- Describe differentiation and functional analysis of relevant liver cells phenotype (ie. hepatocytes, endothelial and MSC)
- Discuss 3D bioprinting human iPS-derived liver grafts in combination of 3D cultured hepatocyte-like cells
Amal Hassan Ali
From Protein Structures to Drug Discovery: novel therapeutic opportunities
- Discuss membrane proteins, protein complexes, and structural biology
- Discuss X-ray Crystallography, and Cryo-EM
- Discuss nanobody, GPCRs, and adhesion GPCRs
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Join our inclusive global community and connect with scientists at similar career stages, as well as industry innovators and the Gibco team.
Interact with and learn from your peers and others around the world, develop new skills and hone existing ones to build your confidence in the lab.
We’re here to grow with you and your career as you progress as a researcher. We’ll not only support your science now, but be there with you for all your successes to come.
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