Tune in for an engaging discussion around data presented at the ASH Annual Meeting 2021 on second-line CAR-T cell therapy and real-world evidence in FL/DLBCL. Mats Jerkeman (Lund, Sweden) explores the clinical experiences and insights of an interdisciplinary European faculty (Marion Subklewe, Munich, Germany; Steven Le Gouill, Paris, France; and Toby Eyre, Oxford, United Kingdom).
Lund University, Sweden
Mats Jerkeman is Professor in Clinical Oncology at Lund University, Sweden. Prof. Jerkeman is also Chairman of the Nordic Lymphoma Group and the National Guidelines for Lymphoma, Sweden. His research focuses on improving the quality of life and survival of patients with malignant lymphomas. He completed his doctoral training at Lund University, Sweden.
Prof. Jerkeman is the Coordinator of several ongoing clinical trials in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and mantle cell lymphoma, and has also served as coordinator of the Swedish Lymphoma Register for many years. He is an Editor of the European Society of Medical Oncology Lymphoma Guidelines.He has over 140 publications in peer-reviewed journals.
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