Read about how work by Steve Pascolo and colleagues on mRNA and the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine may contribute to the cure of cancer.
Preoperative ipilimumab plus nivolumab in locoregionally advanced urothelial cancer: the NABUCCO trial
Read about the contribution of Steve Pascolo to developing a Corona-vaccine here:
Anti-human CD117 CAR T-cells efficiently eliminate healthy and malignant CD117-expressing hematopoietic cells
Development of Corona vaccine at a rapid pace
Vaccines are needed in the fight against the new sars corona virus. Thanks to new technologies, Steve Pascolo, who works at the University of Zurich and is a member of out URPP consortium, can produce vaccine candidates within a very short time. Initial clinical trials based on the same method are already underway abroad.
Schadt et al discovered that cancer-cell-intrinsic expression of cGAS contributes to tumor immunogenicity
Yin Yang 1 Orchestrates a Metabolic Program Required for Both Neural Crest Development and Melanoma Formation
New Biomarkers Predict Outcome of Cancer Immunotherapy
Shedding Light on Cause of Resistance to Tumor Immunotherapy
Swiss Bridge Award for Prof. Dr. Christian Mosimann and Dr. Alexa Burger (IMLS).
Prof. Dr. Christian Mosimann and Dr. Alexa Burger received the Swiss Bridge Award for their work on zebrafish cancer models. The seed grant from the URPP “Translational Cancer Research” enabled collection of preliminary data and fruitful collaborations with URPP-linked labs, both of which were instrumental to winning the Swiss Bridge Award.
URPP received continued funding for 2017-2020 of 11 Mio CHF
The University of Zurich has decided to support the URPP "Translational Cancer Research" for 4 more years with CHF 11'000'000. The URPP received the first funding in 2013, which was about 60% of this amount.