Indiana CTSI Access Technology Program presents: “Using rodent models for simple toxicity studies and efficacy testing for novel therapeutics”


Location: Virtual

Speaker: Bennett Elzey, Ph.D., Director
Research Associate Professor, Purdue University

Hosted by: Biological Evaluation Shared Resource, Purdue University

Description: This seminar will cover the capabilities of the core from simple toxicity testing of existing or novel drugs created in your lab, to efficacy testing of your drug, repurposed drug, or novel therapy in disease or especially cancer research. This will include orthotopic implantation, imaging, intracranial tumor studies, devices used in therapies, PDX models, and use of humanized mice. See flyer for additional information.

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Disclosure Summary: The Access Technology Program provides investigators access and guidance in using novel technologies and Core Services. Services and views presented belong solely to the vendor; they do not necessarily reflect the views of the Indiana CTSI, Indiana University, Purdue University or University of Notre Dame.

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