Spatial Multiomics Dissects the Pancreatic Tumor-Immune Microenvironment


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Using simultaneous, same-slide Spatial Proteogenomics with the GeoMx® IO Proteome Atlas and the Human Whole Transcriptome Atlas, Amaya Pankaj, MBBS, and her colleagues in David Ting’s lab at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cancer Center are dissecting the complex interplay between heterogenous pancreatic tumor cells and the surrounding immune microenvironment. By delving into the role of Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) within the context of pancreatic cancer, their aim is to shed light on how the EMT influences tumor progression and its interaction with the immune microenvironment.

This work holds promise for understanding innovative immune therapeutic strategies that could potentially impact the treatment of pancreatic cancer.


Amaya Pankaj, MBBS

Research Fellow, David Ting laboratory at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center