Alice Evans is a DPhil student working jointly between the Department of Engineering Science with Professor Cathy Ye and the Department of Oncology with Professor Eric O'Neill. She did her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences at University College, Oxford. Alongside her research she is a keen runner and cyclist, competing with the Oxford University Triathlon Club.
Pancreatic tissue slice culture with dynamic perfusion and immune population analysis - development of a novel method for keeping tumour slices alive in dynamic perfusion culture to analyse therapy response on patient samples. Analysis of resident immune cell populations with study of the effect of immune modulation on T cell infiltration and phenotype. Development of the platform to facilitate fluorescence imaging and optimise CAR-T cell responses in solid tumours.