The Use of Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells to Enhance Immune Reconstitution or ‘What time do we pick up the kids today?’

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George E. Pake Auditorium 2004-03-04

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The Use of Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells to Enhance Immune Reconstitution or ‘What time do we pick up the kids today?’

Wes Brown is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford and the recipient of a Faculty Scholar Award given to young physician-scientists who teach and care for patients. As a faculty scholar, Wes is interested in bringing technological advances in immunology to the patient's bedside. Her work explores the use of human stem cells to help restore the immune system after radiation therapy. Like many women in science, Wes balances professional and family life. She offered the subtitle for her talk 'What time do we pick up the kids today?' So come to hear this immunology topic and meet the scientist, physician and Mom.

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