Selena Lorrey
Student

Immunology PhD Program Entry Year: 2018
Duke Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program

I like to describe my research as neuro-immuno-oncology; I am interested in the interactions between the nervous system and immune system in the context of cancer.  Specifically, I study how brain tumors elicit  systemic immune derangements and global immunosuppression, and how these immune defects present barriers to immunotherapeutic success.

Current Research Interests

Research interests include: immunology, oncology, immunotherapy, primary and metastatic brain tumors, translational research

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