Jérôme Galon is Research Director at INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research) and leader of the INSERM Integrative Cancer Immunology laboratory, at the Cordeliers Research Centre. He obtained his Ph.D. in Immunology, Laboratory of Cellular and Clinical Immunology (Pr WH Fridman) at the Curie Institute, Paris, France, and he did post-doctoral research with Dr JJ. O'Shea at the NIH in the Lymphocyte Cell Biology Section, Bethesda, USA.
His current interests and major contributions concern basic and translational research in cancer immunology, using systems biology. His laboratory demonstrated that the adaptive immune response within the tumour was a better predictor of survival than traditional staging based on the size and spread of a tumour.
He has been awarded several national and international prizes; in 2008, he received the Colon Cancer Research Schaeverbeke Award, Fondation de France, and the Clinical Research Award, Rose Lamarca, Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale, 2008. Also, he has received the William B. Coley Award 2010 from the Cancer Research Institute, New York, USA, and the French National Academy of Science (2011) and the French National Academy of Medicine (2011) awards. Dr. Galon authored several scientific papers and book chapters.
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