Upcoming Global Web Symposia
June 26, 2012
Symposium Course Description: Recent advances in antibody homology modeling have led to the creation of different strategies to design, engineer, and affinity mature as well as humanize antibodies. In-silico modeling not only helps in better antibody design but also saves time from predictions to validation.
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Who Should Attend:
Students, Post-doctoral fellows, Scientists and anyone who does or interested in antibody design, engineering, affinity-maturation and recent advances in humanization of antibodies will gain.
Vinodh Kurella, PhD, Visiting Research Fellow, C3 Bioinformatics, Harvard Medical School
Vinodh Kurella is a protein/antibody engineer with focus on humanization, who uses computational modeling based approach to design, engineer, affinity mature and humanize antibodies. Before completing post-doctoral training at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, received PhD from Dept. of Biochemistry at LSU Health Sciences Center in the field of protein X-ray crystallography.
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