Webinar: Preclinical T cell immunotherapy strategies for overcoming immunosuppression in solid tumors

Strategies that incapacitate specific immune-inhibitory pathways operative in the tumor microenvironment (TME) can enhance T cell function and improve antitumor efficacy. In the free, on-demand webinar “Preclinical T cell immunotherapy strategies for overcoming immunosuppression in solid tumors”, Dr. Kristin Anderson will:

  • Explain how analysis of appropriate immunocompetent models and human tissues using Applied Biosystems Clariom Pico assays can be used to predict obstacles to therapeutic human T cell function
  • Describe strategies for overcoming immunosuppressive TME features
  • Provide examples in ovarian and pancreatic cancer models of novel T cell engineering that improves the efficacy of adoptive T cell therapy
Kristin G. Anderson, PhD

About the presenter

Kristin G. Anderson, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Dr. Anderson is developing molecular engineering strategies to improve tumor eradication with genetically engineered cells in ovarian cancer, with the ultimate goal of translating her findings into treatment protocols for patients. Her team uses cutting-edge technologies, including deep transcriptome profiling and single-cell RNA sequencing, to elucidate the molecular mechanisms driving T cell dysfunction in ovarian cancer.

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