Virtual Seminar: Engineering the Bio/Nano Interface for Enhanced Nano-Immunotherapy
Pioneers in Biomedical Research Seminar presented by the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC
Self-assembled nanobiomaterials that are engineered to achieve specific biodistributions and mechanisms of degradation hold great promise for controlled stimulation of the immune system. Taking advantage of the morphological flexibility of self-assembled systems, Dr. Scott's research aims to mimic various structures and biochemical mechanisms of pathogens to enhance cell-selective intracellular delivery and treatment efficacy during immunotherapy.
This is a free event hosted by the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute and co-sponsored by the institute's Cancer Research Group. The Fralin Biomedical Research Institute Pioneers in Biomedical Research Program offers the expertise of a range of scientists who are exploring frontiers in biomedical research. These seminars are open to Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic faculty, students, and staff.