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Stanford Medicine develops novel therapies in cancer immunology with a focus on cell therapy

Stanford Medicine‘s history in cancer immunotherapy dates back to the 1980s – from researching personalized anticancer antibodies to treating pediatric leukemia with T-cells. More recently, Stanford scientists created a host of tools essential to new immunotherapy treatments. They shed light on T-cells, giving scientists a fresh look at the immune system through single-cell analysis and enable the mapping of regulatory DNA. This technology is being used across our research platform, driving PICI research forward.

Crystal Mackall, MD | Director
Mark Davis, PhD | Co-Director