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TRON at
CIMT2016

Mainz, May 10 – 12 2016 – TRON at CIMT 2016 “Mechanisms of Efficacy in Cancer Immunotherapy” Looking forward to the 2016 Annual Meeting of Cancer Immunotherapy in Mainz. Connect with us at the booth A021 or at any of our posters.

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TRON Review in Clinical Cancer Research

Mainz, April 2016 – Review in CCR Focus “Opportunities and Challenges in Cancer Immunotherapy”: “Targeting the Heterogeneity of Cancer with Individualized Neoepitope Vaccines” TRON and BioNTech scientists have written an overview of the clinical development of individualized neoepitope cancer vaccines, which is published now as CCR Focus Review article in Clinical Cancer Research.

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TRON / BioNTech in Nature Medicine News

Mainz, February 2016TRON/BioNTech in Nature Medicine News Feature: “Mutations as munitions: Neoantigen vaccines get a closer look as cancer treatment”TRONs efforts to develop individualized cancer vaccines based on tumor-specific mutations is covered in a recent News Feature published in Nature Medicine.For more information please click the Link below, which will direct you to the Nature

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Prof. Schoenberger from the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology visiting TRON

Mainz, July 2015 – TRON has the honor to host visiting Prof. Stephen Schoenberger at its facilities to promote international scientific interactions and facilitate collaborations in the fields of Immunology and Immunotherapy. Prof Schoenberger is co-author on a recent publication in Nature by TRON scientists focusing on mutated epitopes in cancer.  During his time at TRON

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TRON is part of the Cancer Research Consortium “Immuno-Transporter” to collaborate to develop innovative approaches in the field of cancer immunotherapy

Mainz, June, 2015 – The consortium partners will jointly develop methods to achieve tumor-specific activation of a patient’s immune system to make it recognize, target and fight cancer The newly established “IMMUNO-TRANSPORTER” consortium will collaborate to develop innovative approaches in the field of cancer immunotherapy. 

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Medizin des 21. Jahrhunderts

Mainz, November 26, 2014 – “In the lecture series “University in the City Hall,” scientists of the Mainz University Medical Center will present a range of current research topics to the general public. In addition to looking at how research is transformed into clinical application, they will also be outlining concepts for innovative future treatments.”

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