CAR T-Cell Symposium 2019
At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to:
- Identify the current indications for CAR T-cell therapy in cancer, including acute lymphoblastic leukemia and aggressive large B-cell lymphoma;
- State how to grade and manage CAR T-cell related toxicities including cytokine-release syndrome and neurologic toxicity;
- Identify novel targets and future directions in cellular therapy;
- Describe current approaches in nursing and supportive care for patients undergoing CAR T-cell therapy;
- Discuss how the uses of CAR T-cell therapy differ in pediatric and young adult patients.
*Agenda subject to change.
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Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Chicago
Jodi Fischer Horowitz Professor in Leukemia Care Excellence
University of Pennsylvania
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO FACULTY
JoAnn Allen, RN
Mary Bailey, RN
Emily Bauer, APN
Michael Bishop, MD
Luca Capicchioni, BSEIOE, FACMPE
Jennifer Collins, PharmD
Jacklyn Gideon, APN
Jagoda Jasielec, MD
Justin Kline, MD
Satyajit Kosuri, MD
James Labelle, MD, PhD
Michael Leukam, MD
Rebecca Malloy, RN
Mylove Mortel, RN
Michele Nassin, MD
Marianne Wallace, RN
Elizabeth Zerante, APN
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