Congratulations to John Stagg, researcher at the Institute and at the CHUM Research Center, who receives $2,5 M for an international project he head. At the heart of this international collaboration are Morag Park, Director of the Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Institute from McGill University, and specialists from the Jules Bordet Institute and the Ghent University in Belgium, the Institut Curie in Paris and the University Cancer Centre Frankfurt-Marburg in Germany.
Through the MAGNOLIA project, a team of scientists will map the adaptation of triple negative breast cancer microenvironments to immunotherapy.
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