Donald M. McDonald
- University of California, San Francisco
Cellular mechanisms of changes in blood vessels and lymphatics in mouse models of cancer and chronic inflammation; contributions of altered vascular growth and permeability to disease pathophysiology; use of in-vivo cell biological approaches to elucidate mechanisms of vascular remodeling during disease evolution and reversal; effects of oncolytic vaccinia virus infection of endothelial cells on tumor angiogenesis, tumor cell killing, invasion, and metastasis.
|Sep. 9 (Wed)
||Room 1 & 2 & 3
||Plenary Lecture 01
Endothelial Heterogeneity in Health and Disease
||Endothelial Heterogeneity in Health and Disease