Medical Biophysics

Downtown Student Seminars - 1) A Proteomic characterization of PTEN loss 2) Elucidating the mechanism of the acoustic conversion of microbubbles to nanostructures for EPR-adaptive delivery to tumors

Nov 20, 2019
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4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
Details
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Edward Cruise

A Proteomic characterization of PTEN loss

Vuk Stambolic

Alexander Dhaliwal

Elucidating the mechanism of the acoustic conversion of microbubbles to nanostructures for EPR-adaptive delivery to tumors

Gang Zheng

Location
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Auditorium
610 University Avenue, Room 6-604
Toronto, ON
2019-11-20 21:00:00 2019-11-20 22:00:00 UTC Downtown Student Seminars - 1) A Proteomic characterization of PTEN loss 2) Elucidating the mechanism of the acoustic conversion of microbubbles to nanostructures for EPR-adaptive delivery to tumors STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR Edward Cruise A Proteomic characterization of PTEN loss Vuk Stambolic Alexander Dhaliwal Elucidating the mechanism of the acoustic conversion of microbubbles to nanostructures for EPR-adaptive delivery to tumors Gang Zheng 610 University Avenue, Room 6-604 - Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Auditorium Daphne.Sears@utoronto.ca