Collaborative Cancer Grand Rounds
Nathan Cherrington, PhD
Presentation: Diagnosing NASH through Direct Measurement of Hepatic ADME Impairment
- Understand how interindividual variability in ADME alters pharmacologic response
- Understand the mechanisms for how NASH alters the pharmacokinetics of specific drugs
- See novel approaches being developed to diagnose patients with hepatic impairment
Xinxin Ding, PhD
Presentation: Mechanisms of Environmental Chemical Induced Lung Carcinogenesis
- General understanding of modes of action of chemical carcinogens
- Knowledge of metabolic fates of environmental chemicals in the body
- Knowledge of specific carcinogens in environmental mixtures
- Knowledge of research approaches that utilize knockout mouse models
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