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Maike de la Roche, PhD

Group Leader, CRUK Cambridge Institute

 at University of Cambridge

Maike completed her veterinary degree in Germany and spend some time at the NIH, Frederick, USA, to train with Dr. S. K. Durum. She moved to Cambridge, UK, to carry out her PhD work with Prof. D.T. Fearon and her postdoctoral studies with Prof. G.M. Griffiths. In 2016 she started her own lab as a Sir Henry Dale Fellow and Junior Group Leader at the CRUK Cambridge Institute. Maike’s research aims to elucidate the role of the developmental Hedgehog signalling pathway in the immune system in health and disease. Her lab is also running a clinical research study at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and is committed to translate basic research findings into novel immunotherapeutic approaches.

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