Innate immune cell therapies (e.g. activation, inhibition pathways, therapies, toxicities)


We are delighted that you have chosen to enhance your educational journey in immuno-safety science by enrolling in this module. The "Innate immune cell therapies (e.g. activation, inhibition pathways, therapies, toxicities)" lecture is one of a series of 18 lectures included in the Introduction to Immuno-Safety Science module and is led by Dr. Rashade Haynes at Bristol Myers Squibb. Please review the learning objectives below for more information on what you will learn in this lecture. 
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Target Audience

This course is intended for the science professional or graduate student looking to learn the fundamental science and key considerations that are examined in immune safety assessment. Advanced topics and courses that take a deeper dive into specific scientific areas will be offered and recommended for the more experienced scientist with a firm grasp of the information highlighted in the introduction module.

Learning Objectives

  • Types of innate immune cells
  • Broad categories of innate immune cell therapies and in what therapeutic areas they're most commonly used
  • Types of toxicities with these therapies
  • Future directions of these therapies?
Course summary
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Rashade Haynes, PhD
Bristol Myers Squibb

Available Credit

  • 1.00 Participation


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