27 Apr 2013

Research into Cancer–Immune System Interactions

Immune cells can infiltrate the cancer microenvironment, the consequences of which are not well understood. The multi-faceted immune presence interacts with cancer cells in inhibitory and/or stimulatory ways, resulting in complex cancer–immune interactions. Below we describe our current mathematical and computational approaches to understand the consequences and implications of these intercellular interactions.

Tumor-Promoting Inflammation