“Driving Towards New CAR-T Cell Applications and Productive Peer Review” – Registration now open

Join us for our first Advancing Authorship event of 2020 – Driving Towards New CAR-T Cell Applications and Productive Peer Review.

Register now to save your seat. 

Join Dr. Eric Smith as he discusses using multiple myeloma as a model for CAR-T cell therapy for solid tumors, including the findings from his 2019 Science Translational Medicine study, “GPRC5D is a target for the immunotherapy of multiple myeloma with rationally designed CAR-T cells.” 

Plus, hear from the journal’s editor, Dr. Lindsey Pujanandez, about the process of working with Dr. Smith on his manuscript from submission to publication, and get advice on how to make it through the editorial triage process.

Location: Rockefeller Research Labs Building (430 E 67th St), Room 116
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2020, 1:00 pm—2:30 pm

Complimentary refreshments will be served. Register now. 

Eric Smith, MD, PhD, Director of Clinical Translation,  Cellular Therapeutics Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering

 

 

 

 

 

Lindsey Pujanandez, PhD, Associate Editor,  Science Translational Medicine (STM), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

 

 

 

Three Questions – Celine Soudant

Get to know our newest Research Informationist, Celine Soudant.

  1. What areas can you help MSK users with?

As the embedded nursing librarian, I work closely with nurses to assist them with their research projects and evidence-based practice initiatives. I am also happy to help all MSK users with literature searches, as well as teaching and sharing tips and tricks for efficient searching and staying current with the medical literature. As a Research Informationist, I also provide support with Systematic Reviews.

      2. What projects have you been working on recently?

I just started working at MSK Library in December, so I have been learning about how I can best collaborate with MSK nurses. I’m looking forward to participating in various nursing programs, such as the Nursing Residency Program, the Nursing Research Fellowship, and Magnet reaccreditation.

      3. What is your favorite meal?

Not exactly a meal, but I am known for my love for Japanese tea and chocolate. I like to learn about the methods to brew tea. Savoring a cup of tea with a piece of chocolate feels like a meditation session, which is always good in our fast-paced city life.

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