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Innate molecules in the inflammation and cancer

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Air date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 3:00:00 PM
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Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures
Runtime: 01:02:51
Description: Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series

Dr. Cao has been investigating the molecular mechanisms for innate immune response and inflammation, and trying new approaches to cancer immunotherapy. As corresponding author, he published 226 original papers in peer-reviewed journals including Cell, Nature, Science, Nature Immunology, Immunity, Cancer Cell.

Dr. Xuetao Cao is the current President of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College.

Dr. Cao’s laboratory focuses on the understanding of innate signaling in immunity and inflammation, identification of cell subsets and new molecules in dendritic cell (DC)-initiated immune response and cancer immunotherapy. His group has identified important mediators and regulators of innate signaling, characterized immune subsets with regulatory function in immunity, inflammation and cancer.

Dr. Cao has won many awards in recognition of his scientific achievements and dedication to public services and China's medical research and education. He is widely recognized as a thought leader in promoting innovative and cross-disciplinary research at the national level and spearheads a number of initiatives. He is also proud to act as a bridge between China and the world on many occasions and has worked tirelessly to encourage international collaborations and enhance the global visibility of China's own research and development.

For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2016-2017/innate-molecules-inflammation-cancer
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NLM Title: Innate molecules in the inflammation and cancer / Xuetao Cao.
Author: Cao, Xuetao.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Dr. Cao has been investigating the molecular mechanisms for innate immune response and inflammation, and trying new approaches to cancer immunotherapy. As corresponding author, he published 226 original papers in peer-reviewed journals including Cell, Nature, Science, Nature Immunology, Immunity, Cancer Cell. Dr. Xuetao Cao is the current President of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College. Dr. Cao"s laboratory focuses on the understanding of innate signaling in immunity and inflammation, identification of cell subsets and new molecules in dendritic cell (DC)-initiated immune response and cancer immunotherapy. His group has identified important mediators and regulators of innate signaling, characterized immune subsets with regulatory function in immunity, inflammation and cancer. Dr. Cao has won many awards in recognition of his scientific achievements and dedication to public services and China's medical research and education. He is widely recognized as a thought leader in promoting innovative and cross-disciplinary research at the national level and spearheads a number of initiatives. He is also proud to act as a bridge between China and the world on many occasions and has worked tirelessly to encourage international collaborations and enhance the global visibility of China's own research and development.
Subjects: Dendritic Cells--immunology
Immunity, Cellular--immunology
Immunity, Innate--immunology
Immunotherapy
Signal Transduction--immunology
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