This U19 NIH grant application focuses on making clinically meaningful advances in the treatment of glioblastoma (GBM) patients, the most malignant form of a primary brain tumor that remains virtually incurable. Over 13.000 people succumb to this disease in the United States every year. Recent examples of well-known patients are Senator Robert Kennedy, Senator John McCain and Beau Biden, the older son of the president-elect Joe Biden. Immunotherapy has been a major advance over the last decade in the treatment of the previously most aggressive solid tumors. However, for GBM an immunological strategy needs to overcome a series of additional obstacles.
|Effective start/end date||9/10/21 → 8/31/26|
- University of California, San Francisco (13167sc//1U19CA264338-01)
- National Cancer Institute (13167sc//1U19CA264338-01)
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