Humanized Models for More Accurate Infectious Disease Research
Infectious diseases such as HIV and malaria represent a significant health challenge worldwide. Hence, accurate and expedited research is required to meet the global demand for novel therapeutics and prevent the spread of illness.
Humanized mouse models can provide deeper insights into infectious disease mechanisms and help to develop more effective treatments. They offer researchers the opportunity to study interactions in vivo, thus improving the preclinical accuracy of research.
This webinar explores how the latest humanized mouse models are advancing infectious disease research by helping scientists evaluate drug candidates of interest.
Watch this webinar to learn more about:
- The advantages of using humanized mouse models to study infectious diseases
- How the latest models are being used to develop antimalarial and HIV therapeutics
- Drug testing approaches to improve your preclinical accuracy