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The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy and the Cancer Research Institute Announce First Patients Dosed in First-Line Pancreatic Cancer Platform Trial
Connecting Pancreatic Cancer Patients with Innovative Immunotherapies: PICI and 1440 Foundation
All the Right Ingredients: A Q&A with the Founders of ArsenalBio
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Multi-center clinical trials take years to launch, slowing progress. At PICI, we design groundbreaking immunotherapy studies that move forward at the speed of life. Together with leading academic, industry and nonprofit partners, we answer the hard questions in the toughest-to-treat cancers. Always asking why some therapies work while others don’t. Our secret weapon: in-house trials management and translational medicine experts who speed trials from concept to finish line, so that discoveries can benefit cancer patients faster.
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Ute Dugan, MD, PhD
Senior Vice President, Clinical Research
Justin Fairchild, MPH
Vice President, Clinical Development
Lacey Kitch, PhD
Head of Informatics
Christine (Chris) Spencer, PhD
Associate Director, Informatics
Associate Director, Biospecimen Operations
A Study of Novel Immunotherapy Combinations for Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer
A Study of Novel Combination Therapies for Metastatic Prostate Cancer
A Study to Explore Patient Response to Checkpoint Inhibitors in Advanced Melanoma
Pancreatic Cancer: Can a Combination of Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy Defeat It?
Cancer-Fighting T-Cells Engineered Using CRISPR
The Microbiome and Cancer: Can Gut Bacteria Help Immunotherapy Destroy Tumors?
Taking Cancer’s Temperature: Biomarkers for Checkpoint Response in Hot vs. Cold Tumors