Dr. Craig L. Slingluff M.D.
Surgical Oncologist | Surgical OncologyUva Hospital West The Cancer Ctr Hospital Drive Charlottesville VA, 22908
Dr. Craig Slingluff is a surgical oncologist practicing in Charlottesville, VA. Dr. Slingluff specializes in diagnosing, staging and treating cancer-related symptoms. Surgical oncologists also decide if the patient is a candidate for surgery or other cancer treatments based on certain factors such as age, physical fitness and other possible coexisting medical conditions
Education and Training
Univ of Va Sch of Med, Charlottesville Va 1984
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Mass-spectrometric evaluation of HLA-A*0201-associated peptides identifies dominant naturally processed forms of CTL epitopes from MART-1 and gp100.
- Terminal modifications inhibit proteolytic degradation of an immunogenic MART-1(27-35) peptide: implications for peptide vaccines.
- Targeting unique tumor antigens and modulating the cytokine environment may improve immunotherapy for tumors with immune escape mechanisms.
- Melan-A/MART-1(51-73) represents an immunogenic HLA-DR4-restricted epitope recognized by melanoma-reactive CD4(+) T cells.
- Melanoma vaccines.
- Vaccination for melanoma.
- Patient preferences for adjuvant interferon alfa-2b treatment.
- Cancer of the male breast.
- Gamma probe guided biopsy of the sentinel node in malignant melanoma: a multicentre study.
- Analysis of a natural immune response against tumor antigens in a melanoma survivor: lessons applicable to clinical trial evaluations.
- Evaluation of peptide vaccine immunogenicity in draining lymph nodes and
- gp100/pmel17 and tyrosinase encode multiple epitopes recognized by Th1-type CD4+T cells.
- Immunotherapy for melanoma.
- Problems in the interpretation of apparent "radial growth phase" malignant melanomas that metastasize.
- Potential regulatory function of human dendritic cells expressing indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase.
- Duke Univ Med Ctr, General Surgery
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