Charles River Presents at University of Colorado

immunodeficient mouse



University of Colorado
Anschutz Medical Campus
RC2 Building, P15-2100/3/5
Krugman Conference Hall (Trivisible)
13001 East 17th Place
Aurora, CO 80045

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Time: 11:30AM      Lunch will be provided

Immunodeficient and Humanized Models for Oncology Research

Immunodeficient mouse models have been a popular choice among researchers for the past few decades. The level of immunodeficiency required for successful studies depends on several factors. An emerging trend is the increasing use of specialized models with human immune systems, or "humanized mouse models." 

This seminar will examine immunodeficient and humanized models used in oncology research, humanized in vivo models for drug development, and the use of NCI models to get the most out of your budget.

Dr. Steve Festin
Director, Scientific and Commercial Development, Research Models &Services
Charles River

Dr. Festin is a scientific advisor and specialist at Charles River's Research Models & Services division. A molecular genetics scientist, he specializes in breeding, characterizing, and research studies using genetically engineered models and services. Dr. Festin has more than 20 years of in vivo research and laboratory experience and experience with basic oncology research and commercial laboratory operations. He has a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology from Albany Medical College and a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Villanova University.

Tonya Bergman
Sr. Business Development Director
Charles River

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