Xiling Shen Collaborating with the Cleveland Clinic and Cornell to Understand Colorectal Cancer Disease Development

Xiling Shen, Ph.D.
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Xiling Shen Collaborating with the Cleveland Clinic and Cornell to Understand Colorectal Cancer Disease Development

The National Cancer Institute Awarded the Cleveland Clinic a $2.6 million grant to create models of colorectal cancer that will enhance understanding of how the disease develops and spreads. The Clinic is collaborating with Xiling Shen and Cornell University on this project.

Xiling Shen and team will validate the two models in an animal metastasis model, in the hopes of better understanding the role the immune system may play in shaping colorectal cancer metastasis.

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