Webinar by Anne Rios
The spatio-dynamic 3D features of cancer & cancer treatment
Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Dr. Anne Rios started her scientific career by developing and applying advanced imaging technologies to gain insight into developmental processes and stem cell biology (Nature 2011, Nature 2014). The Large-scale, Single-cell Resolution 3D (LSR-3D) imaging technology she developed allows for visualization of intact organs, tumors and organoids up to sub-cellular resolution and can reveal novel and unexpected features of both normal organ development and function, as well as cancer progression (Cancer Cell 2019, Nature Biotechnology 2021). As junior principal investigator and head of the imaging center at the Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, she combines her background in developmental biology and imaging expertise to drive discovery into the underlying mechanisms of childhood cancer and advance cellular immunotherapies for solid tumor targeting.