Associate Professor of Medicine Alicja Copik is using the human body’s own natural killer cells to fight deadly pediatric cancers and improve immunotherapy.
The study will also see if the therapy, which was created by Alicja Copik, protects high-risk patients against respiratory infections like influenza.
College of Medicine Associate Professor Alicja Copik’s nanoparticle technology that helps stimulate natural cancer-killing cells is now in the hands of Sanofi, which hopes to find new blood-cancer treatments.
College of Medicine cancer researcher Dr. Alicja Copik has just discovered a way to make that therapy viable to thousands by using the body’s own natural killer cells in a new way.
As we prepare for Saturday’s AutoNation Cure Bowl, featuring our own UCF Knights, we know that the game’s proceeds benefit the College of Medicine’s Dr.…