Roswell Park Center for Immunotherapy
The Roswell Park Center for Immunotherapy (CFI) conducts early entry Phase I/II cancer immunotherapy clinical trials focusing on high priority agents and combinations of immunotherapy modalities. The CFI's primary goal is to address the challenge of developing effective immunologic therapies for human cancers.
Established in 2009, the Center tests strategies such as cancer vaccines, antibody therapy, cellular therapy and immune response modifiers. Because of the recognition that several variables need to be brought together and tested individually in the construction of successful immunotherapies, the CFI seeks to test the variables in parallel, rather than sequential, clinical trials.