Special Fellow, Cancer Science Institute of Singapore, NUS
guoliang[at]nus.edu.sg Follow @chewomics
To persist and spread in the human body, cancers have to hide from the immune system. How do cancers do this? We have found that cancers sometimes reuse the same programs that the developing embryo uses to suppress immune attack from the mother. By understanding the molecular details of how cancers reactivate these programs to suppress immunity, we aim to uncover new therapeutic approaches for treating cancer.