In-Depth

The In-Depth page consists of Insight Articles, Commentaries, C-level Q&As, Discussion Group Reports, and Survey Reports.

Discussion Group Report
Ian A Wilson of ImaginAb delivers the presentation ‘The Value of In Vivo Imaging on the Clinical Development of IO Drugs’ at Oxford Global’s discussion group.
By Tom Cohen |
14 April 2022
Translational & Preclinical Development
Commentary
Oxford Global’s Immuno Week showcased new ways of reprogramming the immune system to treat malignancy with TCR-T.
By Tom Cohen |
08 April 2022
Translational & Preclinical Development
Insight Article
Early and effective treatment of cancers could mean the difference between life and death. Therefore, companion diagnostics and biomarker discovery could be considered one of the most important avenues to explore in immuno-oncology.
By Tom Cohen |
07 April 2022
Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology
Insight Article
Experts discuss elusively successful therapies and the rising costs that come with new technologies.
By Tom Cohen |
30 March 2022
Autoimmunity & Immunology
Commentary
RevoloBio’s autoimmunity drug, ‘1805, breaks with the mould in its revolutionary approach. With success in a Phase II clinical trial, scientists wonder what’s around the corner for the field.
By Tom Cohen |
24 March 2022
Autoimmunity & Immunology
Insight Article
The power of the genome has enormous implications for immunotherapy
By Tom Cohen |
22 February 2022
Therapeutic Modalities
Insight Article
What is the future of precision medicine for immuno-oncology, and how can we achieve it? In this Insight Article, we sat down with senior representatives from the University of Michigan, the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical School, and The Institute of Cancer Research, London, to discover more about harnessing the potential of spatial biology and predictive biomarkers to achieve targeted results.
By Tia Byer |
12 January 2022
Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology
Commentary
Improving preclinical modelling to translate drugs to the clinic is one of the key priorities in immunotherapy and immuno-oncology today. We sat down with senior representatives from GemPharmatech and MiNA Therapeutics to find out how best to develop the next generation of preclinical modelling.
By Tia Byer |
15 December 2021
Translational & Preclinical Development
Discussion Group Report
Oxford Global’s Discussion Groups provide a focused networking opportunity for a handful of like-minded experts on a monthly basis. Our first ever Immuno Discussion Group addressing ‘Understanding The Tumour Microenvironment With Advanced Technologies’ was a tremendous success. The discussion brought together an exclusive panel of key opinion leaders to address the key factors behind the market’s growth, its priorities, future outlook, and challenges.
By Tia Byer |
09 December 2021
Tumour Microenvironment
Insight Article
Tumour associated macrophages are critical drivers in cancer progression and metastasis. Clinical studies now suggest that changing polarisation of macrophages can significantly improve immuno-oncology response. Speaking with senior representatives from Verseau Therapeutics, Pathios Therapeutics, and Faron Pharmaceuticals, we delve into some of the latest techniques in macrophage targeting.
By Tia Byer |
16 November 2021
Autoimmunity & Immunology
Commentary
The activation of GPR65 on immune cells by the acidic tumour microenvironment and the resultant immunosuppression may be one of the principal reasons many cancers do not respond to current T Cell checkpoint therapies. Chief Executive Officer Stuart Hughes delves into some of Pathios Therapeutics recent developments in macrophage conditioning and its promise to enable a successful anti-tumour immune response.
By Tia Byer |
01 November 2021
Tumour Microenvironment
Commentary
At the 2021 Immuno Week: Online event, we sat down with an advisory board comprised of key figures from some of the top biotech companies and research institutions to discuss the acute need for improved combination therapies and predictive biomarkers in immuno-oncology.
By Tia Byer |
22 September 2021
Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology
Commentary
Patient-specific medicine in Immunotherapy and Immuno-oncology is fast becoming a globally recognised form of cancer treatment. But how easy is it to apply AI and ML to tailor a treatment for each individual patient? Director of Genomic Immuno-Oncology at Evaxion Biotech, Jens Kringelum, investigates how best to integrate data generation and ML to decode the immune system.
By Tia Byer |
16 September 2021
Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology
Insight Article
Katharina Billian-Frey, Senior Scientist Drug Discovery/Protein Engineering, Apogenix AG
20 May 2019
Therapeutic Modalities
Insight Article
Graham Pockley, Chief Executive Officer, multimmune GmbH, Director, Nottingham Trent University
11 October 2018
Therapeutic Modalities
Insight Article
Troels Jordansen, Chief Executive Officer, Glycostem Therapeutics
24 May 2018
Therapeutic Modalities
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