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Five Ludwig Cancer Research scientists were elected Fellows of the AACR

Jedd Wolchok and Brad Bernstein elected to the NAM

Chi Van Dang receives AACR-Margaret Foti Award



Immunologist Lydia Lynch appointed member of Ludwig Princeton

Michal Bassani-Sternberg is now an assistant member of the Ludwig Institute



Exploring the interface of diet, metabolism and anti-tumor immunity

How deficiency of a regulator of hypoxia inducible factor favors B cell lymphomas

A math model of how interstitial fluid flow influences cell movement in tumors

An RNA-editing platform, used for metabolic engineering, boosts CAR-T performance

Study uncovers an unexpected mechanism by which a key oncogene drives melanoma

A biomarker of repetitive DNA elements could improve analysis of liquid biopsies

Immune cell networks in tumors predict response to an immune cell therapy for melanoma

Study suggests co-targeting of G-MDSCs and macrophages to treat melanoma

The balance of glycine and serine in mice is maintained exclusively by their consumption

Analysis of brain tumor blood vessels yields a candidate therapy and a platform to reveal many more

A central timekeeping gene has a contextually variable influence on tumor growth

A trove of data on cancer cell vulnerability to NK cell killing

BAMBI’s degradation compromises radiotherapy

A butter-borne abettor of immunotherapy

Novel CRISPR screen uncovers adaptive resistance mechanism to CAR-T cell therapy

Finding the oncogenic culprit in amplified chromosomal segments that drive cancer

An alternative driver of SCLC metastasis illustrates the cancer’s plasticity

A substitute steps up when SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex is targeted for therapy

Machine learning method improves neoantigen selection for immunotherapy

T cell receptor clonotype diversity in breast cancer patients at various stages and ages

Many CNS tumors may be vulnerable to existing antibody-drug conjugates

Q&A with three early-career researchers

Hannah Fuchs, MD-PhD candidate, Ludwig Oxford, Xin Lu lab

Jenna AbuSalim, MD-PhD candidate, Ludwig Princeton, Joshua Rabinowitz lab

Ángel Álvarez-Prado, Postdoctoral fellow, Ludwig Lausanne, Johanna Joyce lab



How do you currently use artificial intelligence in your work, if you do at all, and what other potential applications do you envision for AI in the future of cancer research, prevention, diagnosis or treatment?


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