In the News

A New Treatment can Reprogram Macrophages to Kill Cancer Cells, Cancer, Cellular, Molecular Science, Health and Medicine, May 1 (2022)

CSHL’s Egeblad, Adrover discover possible COVID-19 benefit to old drug
TBR News Media, March 22 (2022)

Triggering the body’s defenses to fight cancer.
Nautilus, November 13 (2021)

Neutrophil extracellular traps may augur severe COVID-19. 
The Scientist, May 28 (2020)

Spider-Man’ immune response may promote severe COVID-19.
Scientific American, April 28 (2020)

CSHL’s Mikala Egeblad takes novel COVID-19 approach.
TBR News Media, April 26 (2020)

Why immune cells extrude webs of DNA and protein.
The Scientist, October 1 (2019)

Exosomes linked to cancer spread from chemoresistant tumors in mice
The Scientist, January 10 (2019)

CSHL’s Egeblad shows inflammation activates cancer in mice
TBR Newsmedia, September 30 (2018)

Two strategies block immune-mediated metastases in mice
BioCentury, September 28 (2018)

Intravital Imaging Offers View of Cancer Cell Interaction With Immune Response
Oncology Times, January 5 (2018)
Mikala Egeblad Action Shot
Researcher: Triple negative breast cancer hijacks immune system
Newsday, November 26 (2016)

Scientists Unleash Teeny Tiny Little Soldiers in Fight Against Breast Cancer
Sputnik International, October 23 (2016)

A Cure For Breast Cancer? How Nanoparticles Can Stop It From Spreading
International Business Times, October 22 (2016)

Neutrophil ‘traps’ help tumor cells metastasize
BioWorld Today, October 21 (2016)

This New Nanotechnology Could Become the Next Major Cancer Breakthrough
Fortune, October 20 (2016)

Nixing NETs to Prevent Metastasis
The Scientist, October 19 (2016)

Scientists Are Testing Out Nanoparticles that Can Stop Cancer in Its Tracks
Motherboard, October 19 (2016)

CSHL Researcher Mikala Egeblad Wins $2.5 Million To Help Demystify Cancer
MyLITV, October 1 2014

LI research wins grant to solve a cancer mystery
Newsday, June 14 2014

In the Scientific Journals

Press Releases

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Dr. Mikala Egeblad receives support from the Katie Oppo Research Foundation, September 30, 2022

Disulfiram prevents NETs from forming in lungs, February 14, 2022

Swim Across America supports CSHL Professor Mikala Egeblad’s cancer research, November 26, 2021

Can our own immune system fight off cancer?, November 10, 2021

Fighting cancer is a rebalancing act, November 1, 2021

Immune cells versus metastatic tumor cells, September 2, 2021

Research matters, June 8, 2021

How two CSHL programs adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic, July 16, 2020

New Evidence for how blood clots may form in very ill COVID-19 patients, June 29, 2020

How NETs harm lungs, April 23, 2020

Mikala Egeblad wins Marks Foundation ASPIRE Award, December 20, 2019

CSHL celebrates 20 years of graduate school at 2019 commencement, May 20, 2019

How a sleeping cancer awakens and metastasizes September 27, 2018

Suffrage Science award to Mikala Egeblad, June 8, 2018

One Experiment:  Bacteria-trapping DNA webs are repurposed by cancer cells, October 19, 2017

Pershing Square Sohn cancer research prize awarded to CSHL’s Dr. Mikala Egeblad, May 8, 2017

Common white blood cells can be hijacked to support cancer spread, October 19, 2016

How healthy cells might help cancer survive, February 4, 2016

Tumor surroundings are shown to affect progression of different cancer subtypes, May 27, 2015

Attacking cancer in living color, July 13, 2015

11th annual LI2DAY Walk raises over $525,000 for breast cancer, August 29, 2014

CSHL breast cancer researcher Mikala Egeblad wins DoD Era of Hope Scholar Award, June 12, 2014

A bad neighborhood for cancer, May 14, 2014

Breast Cancer Research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, September 30, 2013

Study provides big-picture view of how cancer cells are supported by normal cells in and near tumors, September 19, 2013

LI 2 Day Walk raises $22,500 for breast cancer research at CSHL, September 11, 2013

One Experiment:  When anti-cancer drug meets tumor, April 5, 2013

LI 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer raises research funds for CSHL, August, 2012

Two CSHL cancer scientists thank Gladowsky Foundation for critical support, report research progress,
July 5, 2012

Live imaging shows response to cancer drugs can be boosted by altering tumor microenvironment, April 17, 2012