Work in the ADJ laboratory focuses on how the immune system recognizes cancer cells upon treatment with DNA damaging chemotherapy. Our eventual aim is to use this information to guide the rational design of immunotherapy-chemotherapy combinations for cancer treatment. Our research involves both fundamental research (molecular and cellular biology of chemotherapy responses) and translational research (using clinical samples) in a variety of cancer types. We have a specific interest in lymphomas; and work closely with colleagues in the NUH Lymphoma team to develop novel therapeutic strategies for clinical use.
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