NOVEL THERAPIES TO ENHANCE ANTI-TUMOUR IMMUNITY
Grant number: 1139626 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
Immunotherapy is a new approach to treat cancer, and works by promoting the immune system to attack cancer. Immunotherapies, such as checkpoint blockade and adoptive T cell therapy, are proving to be very successful in certain human cancers. However, combining immunotherapy with drugs that cause cancer cell death may be more effective. This project will investigate the potential of combining immunotherapy with a novel anti-cancer drug, in order to develop more effective treatments for cancer.
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Combined BRAF, MEK, and CDK4/6 Inhibition Depletes Intratumoral Immune-Potentiating Myeloid Populations in Melanoma
Emily J Lelliott, Stefano Mangiola, Kelly M Ramsbottom, Magnus Zethoven, Lydia Lim, Peter KH Lau, Amanda J Oliver, Luciano G Martelotto, Laura Kirby, Claire Martin, Riyaben P Patel, Alison Slater, Carleen Cullinane, Anthony T Papenfuss, Nicole M Haynes, Grant A McArthur, Jane Oliaro, Karen E Sheppard
Combined inhibition of BRAF, MEK, and CDK4/6 is currently under evaluation in clinical trials for patients with melanoma harboring..
The Immuno-Modulatory Effects of Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein Antagonists in Cancer Immunotherapy
Jessica Michie, Conor Kearney, Edwin D Hawkins, John Silke, Jane Oliaro
One of the hallmarks of cancer cells is their ability to evade cell death via apoptosis. The inhibitor of apoptosis proteins (IAPs..