Trials Offered by a Specific Doctor
Dr. Rizvi is the director of thoracic oncology and director of immunotherapeutics for the division of Hematology and Oncology at Columbia University Medical Center.
He also holds the Price Chair in Clinical Translational Research.
He is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of lung cancer and immunotherapy drug development. Prior to joining Columbia University Medical Center, his clinical research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer played a significant role in the FDA approval path of a new class of immunotherapies, called immune checkpoint inhibitors, for melanoma and lung cancer.
His research focus is studying mechanisms of sensitivity and resistance to immunotherapy. Through genetic testing of tumors, he has been able to improve the understanding of why immune checkpoint inhibitors work in certain patients. This work has been partially supported by Stand Up To Cancer -- Cancer Research Institute Immunology funding.
In his research, he also is studying why certain cancers do not respond to immune checkpoint inhibitors, so we can find better ways to harness the immune system to attack cancer cells. He oversees phase 1 immunotherapy research in solid tumors at Columbia University Medical Center and is conducting key clinical studies of novel immunotherapy drugs and immunotherapy combinations to help more patients in the fight against cancer.
|More Info||Title||Sponsor||IRB Number|
|Details||A study for patients with advanced refractory solid tumors using study drug Varlilumab||Eli Lilly and Company||AAAO7762|
|Details||[CLOSED] Study for patients with melanoma, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) or squamous cell cancer of the head and neck (SCCHN) using drug B7-H3||MacroGenics, Inc||AAAP0812|
|Details||Study for patients with advanced Non-small Cell Lung Cancer using study drug MEDI4736||MedImmune||AAAP0151|
|Details||A study for patients with advanced cancers using study drug LAG525||Novartis||AAAP4008|
|Details||A study for patients with advanced or metastatic solid tumors using study drug ulocuplumab combined with nivolumab||Bristol-Myers Squibb||AAAP5904|
|Details||A study for patients with Melanoma, Squamous Cell Cancer of the Head and Neck, or Non-Small Cell Lung cancer using study drug MGA271||Macrogenics||AAAP4013|
|Details||[CLOSED] A study for patients with advanced Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) using study drug MEDI4736 in combination with Tremelimumab||AstraZeneca||AAAP9838|
|Details||A study for patients with advanced solid tumors using study drug MEDI0562||AstraZeneca||AAAQ4411|
|Details||A study to identify the benefits of study drug pembrolizumab in patients with advanced or recurrent cancers||Merck||AAAQ5450|
|Details||A study for patients with incurable cancers using study drug CPI-444||Corvus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.||AAAQ6651|
|Details||[CLOSED] A study for patients with advanced solid tumors using study drug MEDI1873||MedImmune||AAAQ7429|
|Details||A study for patients with advanced cancers using study drugs PF-04518600 and PF-05082566||Pfizer||AAAQ8228|