Piotr Stępniak

Bioinformatyka i Data Science: LinkedIn / Ardigen

Sztuki walki: Tōgō Dōjō, Chi Ryu


Congratulations to our CEO @przewiezlikowsk, who was chosen to be a mentor in the PFR Network of Mentors program! #RyvuTx @Grupa_PFR https://t.co/dAuE5Wl9HZ

It's been busy time for our team in the Bay Area as the holiday season is approaching 🎊 We're happy to attend so many holiday mixers this week to celebrate the year with our customers and partners 🥂 #biotechhub #BayArea #bioinformatics #AI #holidayspirit

Just now Jessica Fletchner of @Genocea swiftly opened #NeoantigenSummit2019 and now Fred Ramsdell of @parkerici provides a comprehensive update on TESLA status. Great to be here! #neoantigens #cancervaccines #Immunotherapy

Great work by Vyara Matson on #Microbiome role in response to checkpoint immunotherapy. Good to see great works in familiar field #sitc2019

Dr. Ronald Germain, National Institutes of Health, (@NIH, @NIAIDNews), takes the stage to deliver his keynote address, Using Advanced Multiplex Optical Imaging Methods to Study the Tumor Microenvironment and Response to Cancer Immunotherapy, to a packed room at #SITC2019.


Interested in #microbiome-based #stratification of #checkpoint #inhibition therapy #response? Come and talk to @janmajta poster P750 #SITC2019

We are excited to hear the starting keynote from a legend of immunology Dr. Ronald Germain #SITC2019 #Immunology #cancerimmunity

I am looking forward to talking about effective #cancervaccines #SITC2019

There is one more great poster from @RyvuTx about #A2A #A2B dual antagonist. P797. Catch them while you can! #SITC2019

Our friends from @RyvuTx are presenting a very interesting poster. Come and see before the session ends! #SITC2019 #STING #agonists

Fact:fun ratio maintained at excellent level at #SITC2019 😉 Great intro to CAR-T given by @MarcelaMaus https://t.co/5iKka8zaB9

We have some first-perspective coverage here at #SITC2019 😉 https://t.co/bN0bt3V7Tt

Last but not least talk on the role of bacteria by Shamin Li. Good to see how microbiome is becoming a thing in the field of cancer research #sitc2019

"Microbiome became a dogma here at SITC' as said by dr. Randy F. Sweis. Indeed, and it's here to stay. See it at our poster (P750) presented by @janmajta tomorrow! #SITC2019

So after PD1 and CTLA-4 where should we go? @HassaneZarour gives a lecture on why TIM-3 can be the next big thing! #SITC2019

Load More...