Center for Cancer Systems Immunology


The Center for Cancer Systems Immunology brings together faculty from across the Sloan Kettering Institute, such as Alexander Rudensky (left) and Christina Leslie (right).

Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Center for Cancer Systems Immunology is focused on developing innovative methods to investigate cancer–immune system interactions at multiple stages of disease progression and inform the design of novel immunotherapeutic interventions.

The Center for Cancer Systems Immunology, one of the four inaugural centers in the NCI Cancer Systems Biology Consortium (CSBC), brings together an interdisciplinary team of immunologists and computational biologists who are conducting research in the areas of immunotherapy, gene regulation, cancer genetics, and metastasis. 

The center also conducts outreach activities that encompass a broader interaction with the scientific community and educational opportunities in systems immunology.

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