Excited to see that our Perspective article has inspired the cover of the latest issue of Nature Reviews Immunology: a maze to metastasis designed by Simon Bradbrook.
We are thrilled to welcome Andreia Gonçalves to the team, our very first PhD student!
It is with great satisfaction that we see Miguel engaging in the mission of the Metastasis Research Society (MRS) with his election to the Early Career Leadership Council (ECLC).
What an honor to put together an educational session at the AACR Annual meeting 2023!
On its 50th anniversary, the Portuguese newspaper Expresso highlights the key personalities in 5 originally illustrated magazines.
Ana is one of the 11 winners of the 2023 EMBO Installation Grants, one of the 2 scientists awarded in Portugal this year, and her funded project will deepen our understanding of the process of dormancy in tumor cells.
The Cancer Dormancy & Immunity Lab is very happy to welcome Miguel Fuzeta to the team!
The AACR NextGen program distinguishes early-career cancer researchers, and offers them an exciting opportunity to have their work featured in a major symposium at the AACR Annual Meeting.
We are very excited to welcome Francisco Landum to the Cancer Dormancy & Immunity Lab!
Our paper "Hepatic stellate cells suppress NK cell-sustained breast cancer dormancy" was included in the February 2022 EACR's regular summary of the 10 most interesting and impactful recent papers in cancer research.
The award ceremony "31 Years Pfizer Research Prize" took place on February 10th, 2022, via livestream.