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Attacking Latent HIV with CAR-T Cells Armed with Broadly Neutralizing HIV Antibodies

Warner Greene, MD, PhD, Director, Center for HIV Cure Research
  • Gladstone Science Talks
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Mahley Auditorium

The Greene Lab seeks to understand the molecular basis for HIV pathogenesis. Specifically, they are exploring the molecular mechanisms by which HIV promotes CD4 T-cell death, as well as mechanisms that control HIV latency. By identifying host factors that mediate the ability of T cells to recognize and respond to HIV, they hope to discover novel strategies to eliminate infection or alter the destructive response to infection, and generate a functional cure.


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