Assistant Professor University of Florida Gainesville, Florida
Living cell derived extracellular vesicles and exosomes are holding great promise for developing precision therapeutics. With intrinsic molecular payload and biodegradability, molecular engineering of exosomes opens new avenues for mediating cellular responses and developing novel nano-delivery systems. This presentation will focus on the cutting-edge exosome-based nano-delivery platform, including sourcing the natural exosomes for delivery, engineering the exosomes for targeted therapy, and clinical utility.
Upon completion, participants will be able to identify the gaps in current field of drug delivery, and find the right solutions to their real-world problem in developing effective drug delivery.
Upon completion, participant will be able to obtain forefront knowledge of exosome-based nano-delivery, and understand exosome delivery mechanism and working conditions, develop the best approach for their clinical treatment system.
Upon completion, participant will be able to pinpoint the key challenges in clinical translation using exosome delivery, and be able to find solutions for developing novel clinical utility of exosomes.