The CETI Lab

The CETI (Cell Enhancement and Technologies for Immunotherapy) Program is a multi-PI program led by: 

The CETI Program is housed within the Cancer Center at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Our lab focuses on combining nanomedicine and gene-modified cell-based immunotherapies for targeting cancer and infectious disease. Our sister CETI lab is located at the Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C.

Our projects include developing antigen-specific T cells to target infection; gene-modifying lymphocytes to increase cytotoxicity against tumors, decrease immunosuprression, or secrete broadly-neutralizing antibodies against HIV; and using nanoparticles to enhance immune cell effector function and drug delivery.

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