Natural Killer Cells and their use for Cancer Immunotherapy


We are delighted that you have chosen to enhance your educational journey in immuno-safety science by enrolling in this course. The "Natural Killer Cells and their for Cancer Immunotherapy " course  is 1 of 10 courses included in the Cancer Immunotherapies Module  and is led by Dr.  Alexandre Iannello - at Sonoma Biotherapeutics

Target Audience

This course is intended to serve as a resource for those who are interested in learning about cancer immunotherapies and/or looking for professional development opportunities in the form of continuing education and networking.

Learning Objectives

The learner will:
  • Understand the biology of Natural Killer cells 
  • Understand how NK cells recognize and eliminate tumor cells 
  • Understand the regulatory functions of Natural Killer cells 
  • Understand the different therapeutic strategies for NK-based cancer immunotherapy 
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Lectures in this module

Overview of Cancer Immunotherapies
Overview: Toxicity as a result of Immunomodulation
Natural Killer Cells and their use for Cancer Immunotherapy
Cytokine Release Syndrome
Other Toxicities associated with Therapies Leveraging Adaptive Immunity
Assessing Risk of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes for Immuno-Oncology Programs
Nonclinical Safety Assessment of Therapies Targeting Neoantigens
Quantitative Systems Pharmacology/Toxicology Modeling for IO Therapies
Neurotoxicity Across Cancer Modalities
Regulatory Considerations for Cancer Immunotherapies: Preclinical Focus
Dr. Alexandre Iannello
Sonoma Biotherapeutics


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