Plasma-activated liquids: an innovative method to treat cancer

01 October 2018 → Ongoing
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Oncology not elsewhere classified
non-thermal plasma plasma-liquid interactions tumor microenvironment metastasis
Project description

This project intends to investigate the potential of plasma-activated liquids (PALs) for the treatment of cancer. Fundamental studies will be conducted focusing on interdisciplinary aspects: plasma characterization, PAL characterization, PAL impact on cancer and stroma cellular activities and PAL impact on tumor growth and metastasis. The gathered fundamental knowledge may be able to contribute to a potential breakthrough of PALs as cancer therapy.