Animal Models and Clinical Trials

Mouse models of human cancer have played a vital role in understanding tumorigenesis and answering experimental questions that other systems cannot address. Advances continue to be made that allow better understanding of the mechanisms of tumor development, and therefore the identification of better therapeutic and diagnostic strategies. We review major advances that have been made in modeling cancer in the mouse and specific areas of research that have been explored with mouse models.

Clinical trials are research studies intended to answer scientific questions and find better ways to treat or prevent diseases. They are fundamental to the development of innovative medicines, vaccines or devices that treat and prevent illness. 

  • Innovations and clinical trials in vaccination
  • Diagnostic and clinical applications
  • Engineered mouse models in cancer
  • Research and development of viral vaccines, including field trials

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