Immune-Image is an Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) that brings together academic institutions, SMEs and pharmaceutical companies with the aim to make immunotherapies more successful. The project is developing methods to visualize the immune response before, during and after immunotherapy. This could potentially lead to improved immunotherapies and personalized treatments for patients with cancer, inflammatory diseases and other diseases where the immune system plays a role. More information can be found in the links below.
– Immune-Image webpage:
– Folder about Immune-Image:

Immunotherapies are revolutionising the treatment of many cancers and inflammatory diseases. However, immunotherapies are not always successful due to specific disease features in each patient, and adaption of the immune system and the tumour during treatment. Therefore, there is an urgent clinical need to assess the immune status of individual patients and to regularly monitor the response to immunotherapy.

Aim survey
As the developed methods will soon go to clinical trials to test the safety and clinical potential in patients, the project would highly benefit from a patient panel. By involving patients and learning more from their perspective and needs regarding Immune-Image, we hope to further shape and optimise our research and developed methods to study how imaging can provide insight in immunotherapy. To ensure we fullfill the expectations of patients for this patient panel in Immune-Image, we would highly appreciate your input.

This survey has been developed by the health & life sciences consultant TTOPSTART, and the Immune-Image consortium.

It will take 5-10 minutes of your time to complete this survey. This questionnaire is designed to better understand the added value and expectations from patients, patient advocates and caregivers regarding their involvement and engagement in a European research project on immunotherapy called Immune-Image. By participating in this survey, you will help with the design and setup of a patient panel for this particular project.