Company: University College of Medicine
Job title: Assistant Professor of Medicine The Ohio State
I am a thoracic medical oncologist at The Ohio State University Cancer Center. My research focuses on cancer epigenetics, genomics and immunology, and their associated novel therapeutic and biomarker development in lung cancer. My lab studies the determinants for the response and resistance to immunotherapy in lung cancer, from the genomic instability, tumor neoantigen to the dynamic immune landscape evolution related to immunotherapy. I lead clinical trials of immunotherapies including adaptive cell therapy in lung cancer. Previously, I completed my medical oncology fellowship including a T32 research on cancer epigenetics and immunity in lung cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Panel: Toxicity and Off-Target Effects 2:15 pm
Overcoming the obstacles of toxicity regardless of target Techniques for monitoring toxicity and balancing this with efficacy Debating the dangers of off-target effects versus on-target effects Read more
day: Virtual Conference Day