Oncogene-driven immune escape (OncoEscape)
Collaborative Research Centre 1479
The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 1479 “Oncogene-driven immune escape” is a research consortium of clinical and basic tumor biologists and immunologist. Our CRC builds on the scientific hypothesis that oncogenic signalling and immune escape mechanisms are closely connected. This concept implies that targeting of oncogene-driven immune evasion could take treatment beyond palliative therapy towards cures for different types of cancer.
CRC1479 retreat 2023
CRC1479 Junior Fellowship awardees are Natascha Röhlen and Sebastian Halbach
Symposium June 29-30, 2023 | Historisches Kaufhaus Freiburg (Germany)
Sigaud R, Albert TK, Hess C, Hielscher T, Winkler N, Kocher D, Walter C, Münter D, Selt F, Usta D, Ecker J, Brentrup A, Hasselblatt M, Thomas C, Varghese J, Capper D, Thomale UW, Hernáiz Driever P, Simon M, Horn S, Herz NA, Koch A, Sahm F, Hamelmann S, Faria-Andrade A, Jabado N, Schuhmann MU, Schouten-van Meeteren AYN, Hoving E, Brummer T, van Tilburg CM, Pfister SM, Witt O, Jones DTW, Kerl K, Milde T. MAPK inhibitor sensitivity scores predict sensitivity driven by the immune infiltration in pediatric low-grade gliomas. Nat Commun. 2023 Jul 27;14(1):4533. doi: 10.1038/s41467-023-40235-8.More Publications