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Date:12/12/2008

o help generate new vaccines.
  • In his talk, Professor O'Neill will lay out the case for TLRs as excellent new targets worth exploring for these diseases where there remains a major unmet medical need.
  • He will also describe what to target his team has found proteins within the Toll-like receptor pathway that might lend themselves to therapeutic manipulation.
  • TLRs may also prove essential in the fight against malaria, as the disease has recently shown resistance to current medication (16 Dec).
  • Dr Sandra Diebold (Cancer Research UK): 'Stimulatory nucleic acids as adjuvants for tumour immunotherapty' (16 Dec)
  • Dr Stephen Poole (National Institute for Biological Standards and Controls): 'Cytokine Storm in the phase 1 trial of monoclonal antibody TGN1412 better understanding the causes to improve preclinical testing of immunotherapeutics' (16 Dec)
  • Dr Ben Field (Imperial College, London): 'New targets peripheral obesity' (17 Dec)
  • Dr Nick Finer (Wellcome Clinical Research Facility, Cambridge): 'Clinical challenges: can current drugs compete with surgery?' (17 Dec)
  • Dr Christine Mummery (Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands): 'Cardiomyocytes from human embryonic stem cells: towards cell-based therapy and disease models' (18 Dec)
  • Dr Marisa Jaconi (Geneva University, Switzerland): ' Tissue-engineered strategies using biomatrices to implant stem cells into the infarcted heart' (18 Dec)
  • Dr Kai C. Wollert (Hanover Medical School, Germany): 'Bone marrow cell therapy after myocardial infarction: the BOOST experience' (18 Dec)

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