Wilson Wolf is devoted to advancing the cure of cancer and other diseases by simplifying the process of culturing cells for Adoptive Immunotherapy, a promising form of treatment that uses the patient’s own immune system to treat disease.

Adoptive Immunotherapy requires cells of the immune system to be cultured in vitro and infused into the patient for treatment. Unfortunately, traditional cell culture devices do not allow a practical or cost effective method of culturing these cells, which limits the application of Adoptive Immunotherapy to just a small number of patients.

Research Grants 21 show all


$15.9K
2012

$812.2K
2013

$1.5M
2015

$560.2K
2017

$923.5K
2018

Patents 57show all

  • 21
    C12M - Apparatus for enzymology or microbiology
  • 14
    C12N - Microorganisms or enzymes
  • 2
    A01N - Preservation of bodies of humans or animals or plants or parts thereof
  • 1
    A61F - Filters implantable into blood vessels
  • 1
    A61K - Preparations for medical, dental, or toilet purposes
  • 1
    B01D - Separation
  • 1
    B01L - Chemical or physical laboratory apparatus for general use
  • 1
    G01N - Investigating or analysing materials by determining their chemical or physical properties

Contact Information

Saint Paul, MN
United States