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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Lung SPORE

The Lung SPORE will tackle three critical barriers precluding meaningful improvements in lung cancer survival rates: facilitation of pulmonary nodule evaluation for lung cancer early detection and screening, lack of effective therapies for small cell lung cancer (SCLC), and the sub-optimal response rates of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients to novel immune-based therapies. To overcome these barriers, we propose the following four projects: 1) Targeting the Neutrophil Lineage to Enhance Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Efficacy in NSCLC, 2) Targeting Neoantigens for Lung Cancer Immunotherapy, 3) Identifying Determinants of Sensitivity to LSD1 Inhibition in SCLC, and 4) Risk Stratification for Pulmonary Nodules Detected by CT Imaging Using Plasma and Imaging Biomarkers.
PD/PI: Houghton (Lampe, Project 4 leader)
Source of Support: NIH/NCI P50 CA228944

Active Dates 
08/01/2019 to 05/31/2024
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