Quaovi Sodji

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After completing a Clinical Instructor position in the department of Human Oncology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the laboratories of Dr. Morris in the Department of Human Oncology and Dr. Capitini in the Pediatrics Department, I recently transitioned into an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Oncology. My independent laboratory research focuses on the development of novel cancer therapeutics including immunotherapeutic agents and using radiation delivered by radionuclides to enhance the efficacy and safety of cancer immunotherapy.

Targeted radionuclide therapy (TRT) and chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy are emerging therapies that have revolutionized cancer therapy. However, each of these therapies is confronted by limitations that can potentially be resolved by the other. As such, understanding the mechanisms that govern the interactions between these novel therapies and ways to effectively harness their potential synergism will be crucial for advancing the field of oncology. Following the understanding of the mechanisms of these interactions, I propose the development of modulators including CAR T cell therapy, small molecules, and drug-antibody conjugates capable of effectively harnessing the collaborative effects between TRT and CAR T cells therapy.

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