DARRYL SEE, M.D. is adjunct Professor of Research at the Institute of Molecular Medicine. He graduated Cum Laude as an undergraduate from the University of California, San Diego and from the Medical School at University of California Irvine as a recipient of the top medical honor, membership in Alpha Omega Alpha. As a Fellow in Infectious Diseases, Dr. See won the University Excellence in Research Award during both years and most recently won the 1998 Fisher Institute’s Edward’s Award for excellence in basic research.
Board certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Dr. See has published several textbook chapters and over 30 peer-reviewed journal articles on chronic viral illnesses and immunologic disorders. He has presented multiple research projects at conferences around the world and has been a featured speaker at many. Dr. See pioneered the use of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Computer Programs in the management of AIDS. He was a Co-Investigator on 2 National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grants, trained at the NIH in Molecular Biology and has been the principal investigator in dozens of clinical trials.
Dr. See will speak on Immune Protocols Against Cancer.