Lectures and seminars Flemingsberg ATMP network- lunchtime Symposia
The Flemingsberg ATMP network invites you to participate in a ZOOM seminar based on current and future activities in Sweden around NK cell based ATMPs
Karolinska Institutet is world recognized for their expertise in NK cells. KI researchers not only discovered this type of cell in the mid-70s, but have pioneered studies in NK cell recognition of tumor cells. KI is currently pioneering research and product development in the context of NK cell-based immunotherapy products.
In this seminar, you will hear from the Vinnova/Karolinska Institutet/industrial Partner funded Competence Centre NextGenNK, located at KI Flemingsberg, aimed at developing novel NK cell-based therapies for cancer.
You will also hear from the new CEO of CellProtect, Johan Living, who will present the company's new strategy for ensuring that their technology reaches potential impact.
Finally, we will hear from Nicole Marquardt working on defining tissue-resident NK cells for possible solid tumor or non-cancer roles for NK cell-based cancer immunotherapies.
We welcome you to login to our ZOOM session and eat your lunch with us to hear about these NK cell-related activities that are under way in Sweden. The presentations will be about 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion as well as a bio-break before the next speaker.
Register your interest here; https://www.eventbrite.com/e/swedens-leading-position-in-natural-killer-cell-based-atmps-tickets-104424642918
The ZOOM link will be sent out to the email you provide in your registration as a calendar invite.
11:30 – Introduction, welcome Lilian Walther Jallow
11:35 - Evren Alici - NextGenNK centre of excellence, Karolinska Institutet
“NextGenNK National Competence center: Our mission and current activities”
12:05 – Johan Liwing – CEO CellProtect
“Sweden’s leading position in NK cell therapies and the CellProtect goals for the next 5 years”
12:35 - Nicole Marquardt – Karolinska Institutet
“Human tissue-resident NK cells and their role in tissue-specific pathologies”
13:00 – Reflections and information on next ATMP Flemingsberg event
Hope to “see” you all there!