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Microbubble Pharmacokinetics and Delivery in Breast Cancer Models
Join us for a LIVE webinar presented by Alex Dhaliwal, MD/PhD Student from the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada.

Topics discussed in this webinar include:

* Developing a platform for microbubble shell tracking

* Longitudinal quantitation of pharmacokinetics/biodistribution across multiple organ systems

* Strategies for focused ultrasound to improve solid tumor delivery

* Q&A Session

Oct 28, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Alex Dhaliwal
MD/PhD Student @University of Toronto
Alex Dhaliwal is a 5th year MD/PhD student and Vanier Scholar at the University of Toronto. He is currently completing his PhD in the Department of Medical Biophysics under the supervision of Dr. Gang Zheng. His project focuses on the combined use of focused ultrasound and custom-fabricated, multimodal microbubbles to improve drug and nanomedicine delivery to solid tumor targets. He is especially curious about the areas of nanomedicine preclinical research that fail in clinical translation – namely, the Enhanced Permeability and Retention effect – and how using EPR-adaptive strategies such as focused ultrasound can be used in the development of more generalizable, successful platforms for chemotherapy therapy.