Mr Isaac Toleman

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
University of Cambridge

University departments
Department of Surgery
University institutes
CRUK Cambridge Institute
NHS or other affiliations

Position: PhD student
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Research description

I am Isaac, an MRes + PhD student studying with the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre. My MRes rotations focused on immuno-oncology, where I worked to better understand how the immune system interacts with cancer so we could develop better immunotherapeutics to benefit patients. My PhD aims to establish better models for kidney cancer immunotherapy using patient-tissues to predict patient-responses. My bachelors degree was "BSc Biochemistry with Study in Industry", which I completed in the University of Bristol. My industrial rotation and optional units focused on immunotherapeutics, infection and immunology as well as oncology.

Research Programme or Virtual Institute
Fundamental Biology of Cancer
Secondary Programme
Urological Malignancies Virtual Institute
Methods and technologies
Cell culture
Clinical trials
Confocal microscopy
Fluorescence microscopy
Gene expression profiling
In vivo modelling
Model organisms
Tumour type interests
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