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  • Vali Barsan

    Vali Barsan

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests Adoptive T cell immunotherapy entails engineering immune cells to recognize cancer-specific antigens and target them for destruction. Barriers to efficacy can arise from both tumor antigen related as well as T cell related features. I am interested developing noninvasive molecular tools that enable us to understanding these relationships to improve the clinical application and development of cellular immunotherapeutics.

  • Blair Llewellyn Bigham

    Blair Llewellyn Bigham

    Fellow in Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

    Bio Blair is a critical care fellow at Stanford, an attending emergency physician at St Michael's Toronto, and a medical journalist. Born and raised in Toronto, his training has taken him to New York, London, Perth, Cape Town and now the San Francisco Bay area. He completed his science training at University of Toronto, his medical training at McMaster University and his journalism training at the Munk School of Global Affairs. He is a guideline author with the American Heart Association and a collaborator with the CIHR-funded Canadian Sepsis Network. His breaking and investigative journalism has been published in all three of Canada's national newspapers and he frequently appears on television and radio. He has won awards for his scientific work and journalism, and has been recognized as a national leader in Canadian healthcare and health advocacy.

  • Christine Mai-Anh Bui

    Christine Mai-Anh Bui

    Postdoctoral Medical Fellow, Cardiology

    Current Research and Scholarly Interests Along with my internal medicine and pediatrics background, I have always been interested in palliative care and end of life. I would like to apply these interests to pediatric cardiology and adult congenital cardiology, as these patients often are critically or chronically ill, and would benefit from a palliative care perspective.

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