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Johanna Joyce: Embracing cancer complexity: Hallmarks of systemic disease
Apr 9, 2024, 05:08

Johanna Joyce: Embracing cancer complexity: Hallmarks of systemic disease

Johanna Joyce shared a post on LinkedIn:

“‘Embracing cancer complexity: Hallmarks of systemic disease’
It was such a privilege to contribute to this Cell review for the special 50-year issue on cancer, with an incredible group of scientists!
We hope you enjoy reading our forward-looking, collaborative perspective – including the tumor microenvironment and macroenvironment as critical targets.”

Free access of paper.
Link to the paper from Cell.
Source: Johanna Joyce/LinkedIn

Johanna Joyce is a Professor at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and Full Member of the international Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. Prior to relocating her lab to Switzerland in 2016, she was a Full Member at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a Full Professor at Weill Cornell Medical School in New York. Johanna has been recognized for her contributions to cancer research through a series of awards including the Robert Bing Prize, Cloetta Prize, Metastasis Research Society Innovation Award, Swiss Bridge Award, American Cancer Society Scholar Award, Rita Allen Foundation Award, V Foundation Award, Sidney Kimmel Foundation Award, Fidler Innovation in Research Award, among many others. In 2017, she was elected as a Member of EMBO and a Fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences, and in 2020 she was elected to the Women in Cancer Research Council of the AACR. Johanna currently serves on the advisory boards of the CRUK Cambridge Institute and Cancer Center, Cambridge, UK; the IRB Institute, Barcelona, Spain; the Robert Bosch Center for Tumor Diseases, Stuttgart, Germany; the Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Bellinzona, Switzerland; and on the editorial boards of Science, Cancer Cell, Cancer Discovery, The Journal of Experimental Medicine, and Trends in Cancer.