The grant from The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research will establish The Mark Foundation Center for Immunotherapy, Immune Signaling, and Radiation at the University of Pennsylvania, which will seek to better understand the interconnected relationship between novel forms of radiation therapy, important signaling pathways between cancer and immune cells, and the immune system’s ability to kill cancer. Five projects will bring together multidisciplinary teams of basic science and clinical researchers to answer these key questions. Read the announcement.
New president Valerie Conn reports on recent developments at the Alliance. Valerie discusses new additions, strategic planning, and the future of the Alliance. […]
Learn how David Packard, co-founder of the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, launched the Packard Fellowship program. Download the Packard Fellowship case […]