The human microbiome is an intricate system, and its role in health and disease is currently under intense investigation. Altering the microbiome with beneficial organisms and editing the species that are already established holds promise for treating a variety of diseases. In this webinar brought to you by The Scientist and Tecan, Cammie Lesser and Andrew Koh will discuss how they plan to manage disease by manipulating the microbiome.
Topics to be covered
Leveraging bacterial secretion systems to develop therapeutic designer probiotics
Gut microbiota and cancer immunotherapy
Monday, June 21, 2021
2:30 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Meet the speakers
Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Medicine (Microbiology) Harvard Medical School Associate Director Center for Bacterial Pathogenesis Massachusetts General Hospital
Andrew Y. Koh, MD Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Microbiology UT Southwestern Medical Center Director, Cellular and ImmunoTherapeutics Program Children's Health
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