invIOs’s EPiC cell therapy platform to progress development of novel CAR-T cell approach against lung cancer with Medical University of Innsbruck
invIOs is teaming up with the Medical University of Innsbruck on a new project to investigate the potential of an innovative CAR-T cell therapy approach to treat aggressive lung tumors....
July 5, 2023
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Lessons from the clinic: Checkpoint blockade, biomarkers, and the future of individualized solid tumor treatments
We were privileged to welcome Professor Christoph Zielinski as our latest speaker in the invIOs Innovation Lectures. One of Europe's most distinguished medical oncologists, Professor Zielinski shared with us insights...
June 2, 2023
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Clinical trials: From bench to bedside to improve outcomes for cancer patients
Clinical trials are crucial to understanding how drugs and therapies work, how safe they are in humans, and how effective they are in treating cancer. They are vital for making...
January 18, 2023
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Cancer – the hallmarks and beyond
Although cancer represents a huge challenge for our healthcare systems, new immunotherapies and other advanced novel treatments mean hope is on the horizon. Cancer is one of the all-pervading topics...
September 26, 2022
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Three questions to Mario Kuttke, Head of Cell Therapy
1. Do cell therapies represent a breakthrough in cancer treatment? Mario Kuttke: It is really amazing how adoptive cell therapy (ACT), a form of cancer immunotherapy, has evolved so rapidly...
July 27, 2022
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The race against cancer – targeting Cbl-b in cellular therapy
invIOs’s novel clinical stage lead therapeutic candidate, APN401, combines advances in immune cell therapy and RNA interference methods to treat advanced solid cancers. Immune therapy – hitting new targets Immune...
June 29, 2022
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Three questions to Alexander Dohnal, Head of Preclinical Development
1. Ribonucleic acids have for a long time been DNA’s “little sister”. What’s so different between RNA and DNA? Alexander Dohnal: RNA and DNA have a lot in common. Chemical...
April 5, 2022
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RNA – in the midst of a medical revolution

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) therapies are promising to change the way we treat diseases. From cancer therapies to vaccines and treatments for genetic diseases, the opportunities are almost infinite.

April 5, 2022
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