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Abbreviations

Abbreviations

GMB

Adult glioblastoma

pHGG

Paediatric high-grade glioma

UNCAN

EU initiative for understanding cancer

MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging 

SOC

Standard of care

I/O

Immuno-oncology

TTF

Tumour treating fields

Website

Leuven, Belgium

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine (KUL-CMM)

The Laboratory of Cell Stress & Immunity (CSI) is embedded within the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine (CMM), in KU Leuven (Belgium). KU Leuven is one of Europe’s oldest universities, which consistent-ly ranks amongst the world’s best universities and is widely regarded as one of the most innovative research institutions. The CSI laboratory is headed by Prof. Abhishek D. Garg and focuses on the following research themes: cancer immunology & immunotherapy, immunology of cellular stress & immunity cycle, computational immunology and multi-omics, single cell and spatial mapping in immuno-oncology. Ultimately, the CSI lab aims to specialize in reverse translational approaches to hasten progress in immuno-oncology and help improve the therapeutic outlook for cancer patients, in close collaboration with leading researchers, immunologists, and oncologists, in Belgium and abroad.

Structure

What is KUL-CMM’s main role?

Data management and immunological interpretation of spatial cellular communities and their inter-cellular interactions in glioblastoma patients.

Interfacing with radiomics analyses and overall patient clinico-pathological parameters.

Which work packages is KUL-CMM involved in?

The CSI lab leads work package 1 and contributes to work packages 3, 4, 7 and 8.

Who will represent KUL-CMM?

Prof. Abhishek D. Garg

Structure

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