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The research of David Dingli, M.D., Ph.D., aims to develop and optimize the use of replicating viruses for cancer therapy. The laboratory lives at the interface between theory and experiment.
Dr. Dingli is interested in understanding the dynamic interactions between tumors cells, therapeutic viruses and the immune system, and how these interactions determine the outcome of therapy. This approach enables the development of novel viruses with altered dynamic properties that may lead to better tumor control.
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