Research News

Patient Perspectives: Advocating for Adolescents and Young Adults

On June 23rd and 24th, 2022, physicians and scientists from more than 40 academic and medical institutions, federal agencies, and pharmaceutical companies were brought together in Jersey City, New Jersey for the second Lymphoma Research Foundation’s (LRF) Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Lymphoma Consortium Scientific Workshop.

Curiosity in Pursuit of a Cure

LRF grantee Abner Louissaint, MD, PhD has been interested in studying things since he was a child. His inquisitiveness followed him through his adult years and was a catalyst for his desire to pursue a career in the study of lymphoma.

A Pioneering Spirit

Dr. Eduardo Sotomayor is embarking on a new and exciting challenge in his career that will combine his pioneering work in cancer immunology and dedication to providing quality cancer care for all patients.

ASH 2021: Pivotal Data on CAR T Cell Therapy and Emerging Construct Presented at ASH

Investigation into the use of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapies has expanded rapidly in recent years, including for hematologic malignancies. Results from several key studies were presented at the 2021 Annual ASH Meeting, which demonstrated the use of these emerging therapies in multiple lines of therapy, new disease states, and using novel constructs to enhance responses.