Immunobiology And Immunotherapy Of Cancer
Grant number: 1132373 | Funding period: 2018 - 2022
For 60 years, we have had only 3 effective cancer treatments: surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, often used in combination.The last 5 years have produced a powerful fourth treatment: the patient's own immune system.The long standing collaborations and synergies of our multi-disciplinary teams have already underpinned many recent advances in immune-based therapies: we are now poised to develop several further immunotherapies and on track to test them in patients during the term of this grant.
Related publications (6)
Tissue-specific tumor microenvironments influence responses to immunotherapies
Amanda J Oliver, Ashleigh S Davey, Simon P Keam, Sherly Mardiana, Jack D Chan, Bianca von Scheidt, Paul A Beavis, Imran G House, Jonas RM Van Audernaerde, Phillip K Darcy, Michael H Kershaw, Clare Y Slaney
Objectives: Investigation of variable response rates to cancer immunotherapies has exposed the immunosuppressive tumor microenviro..
Single-cell profiling of breast cancer T cells reveals a tissue-resident memory subset associated with improved prognosis
Peter Savas, Balaji Virassamy, Chengzhong Ye, Agus Salim, Christopher P Mintoff, Franco Caramia, Roberto Salgado, David J Byrne, Zhi L Teo, Sathana Dushyanthen, Ann Byrne, Lironne Wein, Stephen J Luen, Catherine Poliness, Sophie S Nightingale, Anita S Skandarajah, David E Gyorki, Chantel M Thornton, Paul A Beavis, Stephen B Fox