Signaling mediated effects of radiation therapy
Non-irradiated cells suffer from radiation damage (bystander effect). Recent findings show that non-irradiated cells help irradiated cells (rescue effect). The traditional view of radiation response has thereby been questioned; cells cannot be envisioned as isolated units. In this project, we continue to investigate signaling mediated effects of radiation therapy.
|Effective start/end date||2015/01/01 → …|
- Gabriel Adrian - Tumor microenvironment (Research student)
- Crister Ceberg - Medical Radiation Physics, Lund - Radiotherapy Physics - Rausing laboratory of Lund - Tumor section (Supervisor)
- Ana Carneiro - Tumor microenvironment - Lund Melanoma Study Group (Assistant supervisor)
- Lars Ekblad - Tumor microenvironment - Head and Neck Cancer Research Group (Assistant supervisor)