1 December 2021

Renske van den Bijgaart and Gosse Adema, theme Cancer development and immune defence received a grant from Villa Joep, entitled “Bifunctional anti-GD2 antibodies co-targeting innate immune checkpoints to improve immunotherapy of Neuroblastoma”.

In this grant the, ROI research team will develop novel bifunctional monoclonal antibody formats that target the GD2 tumor-associated antigen on Neuroblastoma (NBL) and locally activate the immune system.

Renske van den Bijgaart and Gosse Adema both are from the Radiotherapy & OncoImmunology (ROI) laboratory (Department of Radiation Oncology) and in collaboration with the Prinses Maxima Center (Peter Hoogerbrugge) they received this Villa Joep grant of 410K Euro.

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