The aim of the present course is to gather immunology PhD students and fellows in clinical specialties such as oncology, rheumatology, hematology and allergy among others, to discuss the immunological basis underlying the development of novel immunotherapeutic approaches. The specific aims are:
- To review the immunological mechanisms and molecules targeted by the new immunotherapeutic strategies.
- To analyze the seminal research publications related to discovery and translation into clinical useful products.
- To understand the biotechnological processes required for the manufacturing of these immunotherapeutic agents.
- To review the clinical trials that demonstrate the efficacy of such treatments and their limitations.
- To understand the mechanisms of the immune-related adverse events occurring during treatment with these products.
- To get acquainted with the immunological monitoring procedures and biomarkers used for the follow-up of patients treated with these products.
- To review the possibilities for the development of new immunotherapeutic agents, as well as new possible applications.
All course´s activities will be on-line, 5 -16 April 2021 beginning at 8:00 (Colombia/US Eastern time), using the platform Zoom administered by the IMMUNOPAEDIA team. Faculty members teaching in the course have provided review papers to help build the online pre-course material.
|Carla Rothlin||An introductory overview of immunotherapy||Coming Soon|
|Betsy Quackenbush||Check-points blockade-based therapies||Coming Soon|
|Dieter Kabelitz||Perspectives of gamma/delta T-cells for immunotherapy of Cancer||Coming Soon|
|Sonia Guedan||CART-T(NK), armored CARs TRUCK therapies||Coming Soon|
|Gloria Vásquez||Anti-cytokines therapies||Coming Soon|
|Soraya Zorro||TILS-based therapies||Coming Soon|
|Augusto Ochoa||MDSC Promote Tumor Growth and Escape||Coming Soon|
|Olivera Finn||Cancer vaccination||Coming Soon|
|Klaus Pantel||Immunological laboratory methods for patient’s follow-up||Coming Soon|