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Accelerating breast cancer immunotherapy by
harnessing tumor associated macrophages.

The Guerriero Lab aims to design clinically effective strategies to promote T-cell activation and weaken the immune-suppressive tumor microenvironment to improve immunotherapy response rates in breast cancer patients. We seek to identify tumor-promoting tumor macrophages in breast tumors before and after therapy, elucidate their molecular and metabolic regulation that promotes immune suppression and therapy-resistance and determine how tumor macrophage phenotype, metabolism and function can be modulated for anti-tumor responses.

02May 24

CIHR Fellowship

Congratulations to Adam Nelson on winning a 2023 Canadian Health Institute of Research Fellowship for his project targeting macrophages in breast cancer! Congratulations and well deserved!

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02May 24

Department of Surgery Faculty Convener

Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Guerriero on her new appointment as the Department of Surgery Faculty Convener! Through this role she will serve as a liaison to foster communication between department…

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02May 24
SITC Run Club 5K Run At AACR 2024

Guerriero Lab at AACR 2024

Guerriero lab was in full force at AACR 2024 in San Diego. Great conference full of great talks. We were so glad to meet up with collaborators and participate in…

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