TANDEM
Collaborative projects
at the intersection between basic and clinical research

TANDEM projects are collaborative cancer research programs at the intersection between basic and clinical research. 

Scientists and clinicians work together to translate findings from basic research into novel cancer therapies, or to develop biomarkers.

TANDEM – Ongoing projects

NEtwork-based drug REsponse and repUrposing at Single cell resolution NEREUS

Project of Prof. Marianna Kruithof-de Julio, University of Bern, and Dr. Bernhard Kiss, Inselspital, University Hospital Bern.

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The microbiota-eosinophil axis as a critical regulator of disease course, metastasis and therapy response in patients with colorectal cancer

Project of Prof. Dr. Michael Scharl, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University Hospital Zurich, and Prof. Dr. Isabelle Arnold Wallén,…

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TCR-engineered CD4 T cell transfer for optimized cancer immunotherapy in adult and pediatric patients

Project of Prof. Camilla Jandus, University of Geneva, and Dr. Francesco Ceppi and Prof. George Coukos, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois.

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News & Events

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A study led by Professors Hanahan, Zeng, Saghafinia and Chryplewicz has uncovered a protein overexpressed in numerous cancer types that suppresses the…

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We were very honored to welcome Federal Councilor Guy Parmelin to our annual conference on the challenges in cancer research.

This event was a great…

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Congratulations to Prof. Elisa Oricchio – ISREC Foundation Chair in Translational Oncology from 2014 to 2020 – appointed Director of the ISREC…

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In recognition of her exceptional commitment to scientific research, Prof. Susan M. Gasser, director of the ISREC Foundation, received an honorary…

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