Prof Jamie Rossjohn, Prof Dale Godfrey
The immune system can sometimes identify cancerous cells and kill them through 'immune surveillance'. A key goal in the field of tumour immunology is to understand the mechanisms by which tumour cells are eliminated by the activated immune system. Our project is focused on Natural Killer T (NKT) cells, which facilitate immunity to a variety of tumours. We will aim to understand how NKT cells interact with tumour antigens.
Lay Report (Final)
Investigation into tumour recognition by Natural Killer T cells
Cancer Council Victoria Research Grant
$99,891 pa for three years