Tumor Stroma Interactions

The Tumor Stroma Interactions group studies the mechanisms leading to leukemia progression. 

Activities

The Tumor Stroma Interactions research group is a dynamic and multinational team studying the mechanisms leading to leukemia progression with the goal to identify new prognostic markers and therapeutic targets. 

Some of the group’s research projects include: 

  • Exosomes in B-cell malignancies – to identify potential biomarkers in exosomes derived from murine preclinical models and cells of patients affected by hematologic malignancies and to test their influence on cells from the microenvironment. 
  • Tumor immunology – to identify new cellular populations which could be used as biomarkers for the response to treatment and potential new therapeutic targets. 
  • New therapeutic targets in CLL – to investigate the therapeutic efficacy and mode of action of new molecules inhibiting translation machinery and prohibitins in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), both in patient cells and in a murine model. 

Group Leaders

Etienne
Moussay
JÉRÔME
Paggetti

Collaborations

Projects & clinical trials

Featured team members

  • Titiksha
    Basu
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Michaela
    Bauer
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Coralie
    Borne
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Chloé
    Duculty
    PhD Student
  • Maxmilan
    Jeyakumar
    Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Vanessa
    Klapp
    PhD Student
  • Anne
    Largeot
    Scientist
  • Etienne
    Moussay
    Group Leader

Scientific publications

Related News

Job vacancies

Make a donation