Centre for Cancer Immunology receives £42,000 boost from local Freemasons

Research at the University of Southampton into new treatments for cancer has been given a boost thanks to a donation from the Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Royal Arch Freemasons.

Southampton cancer scientist becomes Fellow of Academy of Medical Sciences

Professor Mark Cragg from the Centre for Cancer Immunology has been named a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Using the immune system to prevent a common oesophageal cancer

Researchers in the Faculty of Medicine are to start a new study into how the immune system can prevent a common oesophageal cancer.

Italian school visits Centre for Cancer Immunology

Schoolchildren in Italy have made a virtual visit to the Centre for Cancer Immunology.

Southampton Professor celebrated after distinguished career at the forefront of cancer immunology

Cancer researchers from the University of Southampton have come together to celebrate the achievements of Professor Freda Stevenson, who has retired after a career in cancer research of more than 50 years.

Early results from clinical trial informed by Southampton research

A drug combination used to treat breast cancer, developed in collaboration with Centre for Cancer Immunology researchers, has shown to be well tolerated by patients and considerably improves response to treatment.

University of Southampton launches new MSc Cancer Biology and Immunology course

The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton has launched a MSc Cancer Biology and Immunology course to meet the demands of the ever-changing landscape of cancer research.

Enhancing anti-tumour immune responses through agonist antibodies

In a new paper, several group leaders from the Centre for Cancer Immunology review and discuss the complicated mechanisms underlying anti-tumour immune responses.

Centre scientists help identify novel immune system mechanism with potential to aid checkpoint blocking cancer therapies

Scientists at the Centre for Cancer Immunology have been involved in a new study, with researchers at the University of Liverpool and Aberdeen, which has gained new insight into a previously unknown aspect of the immune system that could help improve cancer treatment.

New round of funding for innovative research projects

Scientists at the Centre for Cancer Immunology can pursue innovative ideas for cancer treatments thanks to the generosity of our supporters.