396 Biomaterials for Immunological Applications

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Golden Gate 5 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Description:
This session will highlight recent advances in the immunological applications of biomaterials. Submissions covering innate and adaptive immune strategies are welcome. Relevant topics include but are not limited to novel biomaterial interactions with the immune system, biomaterials for vaccines or antimicrobial applications, immunosuppressive strategies, controlled release of immunomodulatory agents (including antigens, cytokines, chemokines, immunosuppressive agents, etc.), immune cell activation or differentiation strategies, biomimetic strategies, and detection strategies for varying immunological functions. Topics in cancer immunotherapy, autoimmune therapy, and tolerance induction are also desirable. Graduate Students: By applying to this session you may be eligible for the Biomaterials Graduate Student Award Session established to honor the best graduate student submissions through recognition and cash awards. See the session titled “Biomaterials: Graduate Student Award Session” for details.

Sponsor:
Biomaterials
Co-Sponsor(s):
Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15D)

Chair:
Bret Ulery
Email: uleryb@missouri.edu

Co-Chair:
Peipei Zhang
Email: pzhang14@umd.edu


3:15 PM
(396a) Programmable Immunotherapeutic Biomaterials to Potentiate Chemotherapy
Nisarg J. Shah, Angelo S. Mao, Ting-Yu Shih, David T. Scadden and David J. Mooney

3:33 PM
(396b) Surface Presentation of Adjuvants on Protein Nanoparticle Vaccines
Timothy Z Chang, Bao-Zhong Wang and Julie A. Champion

3:51 PM
(396c) Acetalated Dextran Microparticulate Subunit Anthrax Vaccine Formulated Using Coaxial Electrospray Preserves Toxin Neutralization and Enhances Protection
Matthew D. Gallovic, Kevin L. Schully, Matthew G. Bell, Margaret A. Elberson, John R. Palmer, Christian A. Darko, Eric M. Bachelder, Barbara E. Wyslouzil, Andrea M. Keane-Myers and Kristy M. Ainslie

4:27 PM
(396e) Silk Microneedle Skin Patches for Tunable HIV Subunit Vaccine Delivery
Archana V. Boopathy, Anasuya Mandal, Talar Tokatlian, Yuting Li, Wade Wang, Dan Kulp, William Schief, Paula Hammond and Darrell J. Irvine

4:45 PM
(396f) Enhanced Cancer Immunotherapy By Microneedle Patch-Assisteddelivery of Anti-PD1 Antibody
Yanqi Ye, Chao Wang, Gabrielle Hochu, Hasan Sadeghifar and Zhen Gu
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