This graphic aimed to demonstrate how the immune system should prevent cancer. The steps here are the opportunities scientists have to create new drugs to stimulate the immune system to do its function.
The bench to bedside process is critical to fast and productive drug discovery. This graphic illustrates different ways that scientists look at the world through questions.
A double half-page spread summarizing some of the major findings that led to current immunotherapy treatments. Specifically shows how long it takes from bench to bedside, but how that time frame has been shortening over the last few decades.
Checkpoint inhibitors are showing a lot of promise in clinical trials. This graphic was adapted to show how they work by removing the cancers ability to stop immune detection.
When scientists try to manipulate the immune system to help fight cancer, they can do it in several ways. This graphic describes in simple terms how the immune system can be manipulated to fight cancer.
Graphic summarizing 5 types of immunotherapy discussed in the articles.
As part of my work with the University of Arizona Cancer Center, I created several graphics for the Immunotherapy Edition of the donor newsletter, Act Against Cancer. These 6 graphics explain scientific topics related to how immunotherapy works, different types, and the history of immunotherapy.