Charles River Presents at UCSF, Helen Diller Cancer Center

Date

Monday, June 10, 2019
11:30 - 12:30 PM

Location

UCSF Helen Diller Cancer Center, San Francisco, CA
immunodeficient mouse

Overview

Join us June 10th to learn about the use of immunodeficient animal models, including "humanized mouse models", for your oncology studies.

UCSF Helen Diller Cancer Center
Auditorium HD 160
1450 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA
 

Use of Immunodeficient Animal Models for Your Oncology Studies

 

Dr. Lorna Santos, Product Manger, Charles River

Immunodeficient mouse models have been widely used over the past few decades. The level of immunodeficiency required for successful studies is dependent upon multiple factors. An emerging trend in the area of immunodeficient models is the increased use of specialized models with human immune systems, known as "humanized mouse models." The use of humanized mice as in vivo models has become commonplace in drug development for cancer and autoimmune diseases.


Contact
Shadi Razifard
Sr. Business Development Director
Charles River

[email protected]