01 May 2019 → 29 February 2024
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
- Bioinformatics and computational biology not elsewhere classified
Medical and health sciences
- Oncology not elsewhere classified
Cancer immunoediting immune evasion tumour evolution somatic mutations
Tumour-immune interactions during tumour evolution result in immunoediting and immune evasion. The goal of this project is to use large cancer genome databases to identify the underlying genomic alterations, in both the untreated cancer genome and following treatment with immunomodulating agents. Results can be exploited to predict differential responses to cancer immunotherapy.