At Work: Cancer Biologist Tuomas Tammela
Cancer biologist Tuomas Tammela discusses his path to becoming a cancer researcher and the focus of his lab.
Lung Cancer Cells’ ‘Memories’ Suggest New Strategy For Improving Treatment
Research from the lab of cancer biologist Tuomas Tammela shows that some lung cancer cells retain a “memory” of the healthy cell where they came from — one that might be exploited to make an emerging type of lung cancer treatment called KRAS inhibition more effective.
A Never-Before-Seen Cell State May Explain Cancer’s Ability to Resist Drugs
Identified in mice, this unusual cell state emerges early during tumor evolution and gives tumors enormous malleability.