Melody Swartz, 43, Lausanne, Switzerland

Swartz studies how biologic fluids move through tissue and how that movement affects human health. This work helps explain how the immune system responds to tumors, and how tumors resist cellular attack. Swartz's research draws on biophysics, molecular genetics, engineering and immunology to better comprehend diseases such as cancer, and how they can be fought.

( Home Front Communications / October 1, 2012 )

Swartz studies how biologic fluids move through tissue and how that movement affects human health. This work helps explain how the immune system responds to tumors, and how tumors resist cellular attack. Swartz's research draws on biophysics, molecular genetics, engineering and immunology to better comprehend diseases such as cancer, and how they can be fought.

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