As challenging as it may sound, TransCure bioServices has developed the most predictive humanized immune system and liver mouse models designed for optimizing preclinical research in various therapeutic areas and diseases.
Our team of scientific experts has decided to host a series of Webinar sessions to provide you with the keys to a successful preclinical package. 4 sessions to cover many applications such as: Cancer immunotherapy, inflammation, infectious diseases, liver diseases…
Join us for our dynamic 2022 Webinar Series!
hosted by Dr. Sébastien Tabruyn PhD., CSO
& Dr. Kiave Ho Wang Yin PhD., Director of innovation
Who is Sebastien Tabruyn?
Sebastien Tabruyn, PhD Chief Scientific Officer (CSO). He holds a PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Liege (Belgium). After 15 years of experience as Project leader in renowned international academic research institutes including UCSF (California, USA), the Centre for Cancer Biology (Adelaide, Australia) and the University of Maastricht (Netherlands), he joined TransCure bioServices in 2013 as Head of Molecular Biology and Oncology. Sebastien Tabruyn published 35 peer-reviewed publications in the field of Oncology, Angiogenesis, Inflammation and Immunity.
Who is Kiave Ho Wang Yin?
Kiave-Yune HoWangYin, Ph.D. Director of Innovation. Kiave HoWangYin holds a Ph.D. in Immunology / Oncology from the Paris 7 University (France). She worked for 5 years in the Center of Cardiovascular Research (Paris) as a scientist in the field of inflammation and angiogenesis. She published more than 10 papers in peer-reviewed international journals in oncology and inflammation.
2022 Webinar Series
4 sessions, 4 topics to present to you the numerous applications of the most predictive human immune system and human liver diseases models
Accelerating preclinical drug candidate selection using the advanced fully humanized immune system mouse models
Humanized immune system and humanized liver mouse models for infectious disease research including HIV and HBV
The human liver chimeric mouse model
A unique tool to study human hepatocyte physiology and pathology