Paper chat: An RNA vaccine drives immunity in checkpoint-inhibitor-treated melanoma; with Benjamin Gibbs (MD-PhD student at the University of Kansas)
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Benjamin Gibbs is a MD-PhD student at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He is currently working on his PhD in Pathology focusing on drug development for ovarian cancers. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in chemistry and a minor in physics. Benjamin has been researching cancer since 2012. He is passionate about the pursuit of improved outcomes for those who have been diagnosed with cancer through the development of new therapies and improved diagnostic tools.
Ben and I will go over a paper titled: An RNA vaccine drives immunity in checkpoint-inhibitor-treated melanoma.