Pouvons-nous vraiment traiter le cancer de la prostate avec des virus?

*This webinar is presented in French*

Presenter :
Dr. Jean-Simon Diallo
Date : Le mardi soir 11 avril

Thèmes abordés :

Nous discuterons du développement du cancer de la prostate et du développement de traitements innovateurs utilisant des virus dit "oncolytiques" pour le traitement de ce type de cancer. 
 

Dr. Jean-Simon Diallo :

Dr. Jean-Simon Diallo est un Scientifique à l'Institute de Recherche de l'Hôpital d'Ottawa et Professeur Associé au département de Biochimie, Microbiologie et Immunologie dans la Faculté de Médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa. Il a complété ses études doctorales à l'Université de Montréal étudiant le Cancer de la Prostate et son post-doctorat à l'Université d'Ottawa. Il travail depuis sur les thérapies combinées comprenant des virus oncolytiques pour le traitement du Cancer.





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