Ludwig Cancer Research

Ludwig Cancer Research is an international community of scientists focused on cancer research, with the goals of preventing and controlling cancer.[1] It encompasses the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, an international non-profit organization founded in 1971 by philanthropist Daniel K. Ludwig. The Institute is headquartered in New York City with a European office located in Zurich. In addition, six Ludwig Centers were established at leading US cancer research institutions. Together, the Institute and Centers are known as Ludwig Cancer Research.


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Oncology & Cancer

Exploring the biology of 'double positive' T cells

The molecular markers CD4 and CD8—defining helper T cells and killer T cells, respectively—were once considered mutually exclusive. But "double positive" CD4+-CD8+ T cells have lately been discovered in people in various ...

Oncology & Cancer

New technique adds to the expanding suite of TAPS capabilities

In a new paper published in Nucleic Acids Research, a team led by Ludwig Oxford's Chunxiao Song reported a method for whole-genome long-read sequencing using TAPS (for Tet-assisted pyridine borane sequencing), the method ...

Oncology & Cancer

A window into the changing tumor microenvironment

Researchers led by Ludwig Lausanne's Anoek Zomer, Davide Croci and Johanna Joyce described in a June publication in iScience their development of a multimodal imaging platform to explore, over extended periods, the changing ...

Oncology & Cancer

How intestinal cancer stem cells evade anti-angiogenic therapy

A team led by Ludwig Lausanne's Tatiana Petrova, Jeremiah Bernier-Latmani and alum Christoph Cisarovsky identified a novel mechanism by which stem cells in intestinal tumors generate new blood vessels and evade anti-angiogenic ...

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