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We are going to get people transplanted," says William LeFor, executive vice president and director of LifeLink Transplantation Immunology Laboratory.
Hancock is Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Transplantation Immunology at Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, both in Philadelphia.
The patented technology is based on over 20 years of research in the field of transplantation immunology and activates the body's own immune system to attack harmful substances such as tumor cells.
It's a brand new concept," said Dominic Borie, MD, PHD, director of transplantation immunology at Stanford University and senior author of the study.
MODICELL will particularly seek to understand how to support immune activity in cancer patients by enhancing anti-cancer immunity and in transplantation immunology by inducing controlled tolerance to prevent organ rejection.
During time off from surgery, between 1985 and 1988, he studied transplantation immunology in the Department of Surgery at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford under Sir Professor Peter J.
The future of transplantation immunology," Philip Halloran, MD, PhD, professor of medicine, University of Alberta.
Prior to that, he served as director of the Transplantation Immunology Laboratory and associate professor of surgery (immunology) at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine Bronx, New York and associate professor, department of microbiology, associate professor of pathology, and director of the Tissue Typing and Cellular Immunology Laboratory, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo (Toledo, Ohio).
Freddo held a variety of senior management positions at Wyeth-Ayerst Research from December 1996 until June 2002, including senior director, oncology, senior director, infectious diseases, and senior director, transplantation immunology.

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