Medical Innovations Summit 2011: Harnessing the HIV virus Free Archived

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Professor Mary Collins (Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences, University College London) is leading a team of scientists who are devising ways to turn HIV's lethal properties on their head and to harness the virus so that it can be used to treat a range of diseases. 

This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'Medical Innovations Summit 2011'.

Date of lecture: 25th June 2011

Length: 00:22:34

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:05:00 - Dendritic Cell and T Cell
00:11:30 - Dendritic Cell Activation
00:15:50 - It Is New, But Is It Useful?
00:19:39 - Clinical Trials
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Professor Simon Kroll, Meningitis Trust Medical Director and Professor of Paediatrics.

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Dr Geoffrey Ridgway, Clinical Microbiologist, Hampshire. 

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Professor Adrian Hill, Chairman of the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine at Oxford University. 

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Dr Knut Lonnroth, World Health Organization, Geneva.

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Professor Mary Collins, Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences, University College London 

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Dr Luke Alphey, Director and Chief Scientist, Oxitec Ltd, Oxford

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Dr Hema Sharma, Speciality Registrar in Infectious Diseases, Imperial College London.

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Dr Aubrey Cunnington, Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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