Our laboratory studies the intersection of metabolism and immunity in cancer.


Cancer represents an insidious disease that is a leading cause of death globally.

Recent advances in cancer immunotherapy have brought hope to those with advanced cancers.

However, the reality is that, despite remarkable clinical successes, the majority of patients treated with immunotherapy will receive little benefit.

Our research group studies how tumors cells deplete their local microenvironment of nutrients, effectively starving tumor-infiltrating T cells and preventing their function.

Importantly, our lab also asks how this process can be reversed to initiate an immune response or improve immunotherapeutic treatment of cancer.

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Find out about the exciting projects going on in our lab.


Want to join us? Accepting applications for staff scientists, experienced technicians, and post-docs.