About the PI


Weiping Zou serves as Director of the Michigan Center of Excellence for Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy, Co-Director of the Cancer Hematopoiesis and Immunology Program and directs the Immunologic Monitoring Core at the University of Michigan School of Medicine and Rogel Cancer Center. He also directs the Surgical Oncology Fellow Training (T32) program, through which clinical fellows are trained to become physician scientists with a focus on cancer immunology and immunotherapy. At the national level, he is the AACR Cancer Immunology (CIMM) Chairperson-elect 2018-2019 and has served as the Cancer Immunology Abstract Programming Chair for AAI in the last 4 years. He has delivered more than 200 invited lectures at different institutions and conferences and published more than 140 articles and book chapters, including 19 articles in Nature, Science, and Cell journal series. His laboratory is one of the most cited research teams in the field of immunology. Their work has been highlighted by many scientific news agencies. “Specific recruitment of regulatory T cells inovarian carcinoma fosters immune privilege and predicts reduced survival”, an original work on human Tregs, has been cited more than 4,000 times since its publication. Weiping Zou has developed an international reputation in human tumor immunology and immunotherapy.