Cancer Nanotechnology Symposium
Immuno Targeting and Delivery
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Norris Cotton Cancer Center (Auditorium G)
Immuno targeting and delivery mechanisms are a central part of advancing the role of nanotechnology in cancer imaging and therapy, and this will be the focus of speakers for this annual symposium. Invited speakers will cover a range of topics in engineering proteins for targeted delivery and packaging. Immune targeting and modulation will also be discussed as it relates to the eventual role of nanotechnology in cancer. Participants are welcome to register and bring posters, to be viewed at a late afternoon reception.
This event is sponsored by the Dartmouth Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence and includes participants from across the disciplines of engineering, immunology, surgery, and medicine. All presentations will be at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.