A grant from the Geneva Cancer League
This research prize will allow his team to focus on identifying and exploiting for therapeutic purposes a new molecular target that is specifically expressed by lung cancer cells in humans: the enzyme FKBP10. Prof. Roberto Coppari will investigate the biology of this new molecular target with the help of Raquel Firnkes and Giorgio Ramadori.
They hope to find a treatment for a disease that is lacking effective therapy and for which there is a clear medical need.
©UNIGE. From left to right, Raquel Firnkes, Pr Roberto Coppari, Giorgio Ramadori
Published by: V. Rosset16 Dec 2019