Project title: Defining the immune landscape of NETs – towards rational combination therapy

Tim Meyer, MD, PhD UCL Cancer Institute, University College London

Tim Meyer, MD, PhD
  • Status: Completed
  • Year(s): 2015
  • Research Type: Translational
  • Primary Tumor Site: Other
  • Area of Inquiry: Immune environment

General Description

The status of the immune ‘landscape’ of neuroendocrine tumors before therapy and after modulation by therapy is unknown. The proposed study will analyze reactive T cell subsets including characterization of the regulatory factors limiting effective immune-mediated tumor elimination. This will inform the development of a truly personalized medicine approach capable of inducing tumor regression and durable disease control.


Additional Details

  • City: London
  • State: International
  • Grant Duration: 1 years
  • Awards: No information


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