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Jason Brayer, MD, PhD
Locations: Moffitt Cancer Center
Cancer Focus: Multiple Myeloma-Plasma Cell Tumor
Dr. Jason Brayer is an assistant member in the Malignant Hematology program at Moffitt Cancer Center. He oversees several clinical trials exploring the use of immunotherapies and chimeric antigen receptor (Car) T cell therapies in myeloma. Dr. Jason Brayer currently heads a research lab at Moffitt Cancer Center characterizing the tumor immune microenvironment of multiple myeloma looking to identify patterns and signals that can predict optimal utilization of current immunotherapies and guide development of new treatment strategies.
Education & Training
- Internal Medicine
- Medical Oncology
- La Jolla Institute of Allergy & Immunology - Immunology
- H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute -
- H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center and Research Institute - Hematology/Oncology
- University of South Florida - Internal Medicine
- University of South FloridaMD
CLINICAL TRIAL 20253
Open Label, Multi-Center, Phase 1b Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Autologous CAR-BCMA T cells (CT053) in Patients With Relapsed and/or Refractory Multiple Myeloma
Condition: Multiple Myeloma
Intervention: CT053 ()
CLINICAL TRIAL 20113
Phase 1/2 FIH Study of Regn5458 (Anti-BCMA X Anti-CD3 Bispecific Antibody) in Patients with Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma
Condition: Malignant Hematology
Intervention: REGN5458 ()
- Nakagawa R, Brayer J, Restrepo N, Mulé JJ, Mailloux AW. High-Dimensional Flow Cytometry Analysis of Regulatory Receptors on Human T Cells, NK Cells, and NKT Cells. Methods Mol Biol. 2020 Sep.2194:255-290. Pubmedid: 32926371.
- Baz R, Naqvi SMH, Lee JH, Brayer J, Hillgruber N, Fridley BL, Shain KH, Sullivan DM, Alsina M. Lenalidomide-based response-adapted therapy for older adults without high risk myeloma. Brit J Haematol. 2019 Mar.184(5):735-743. Pubmedid: 30548250.
- Sallman DA, Brayer J, Sagatys EM, Lonez C, Breman E, Agaugué S, Verma B, Gilham DE, Lehmann FF, Davila ML. NKG2D-based chimeric antigen receptor therapy induced remission in a relapsed/refractory acute myeloid leukemia patient. Haematologica. 2018 Sep;103(9):e424-e426. Pubmedid: 29703727. Pmcid: PMC6119132.
- Rose AM, Brayer J. Connecting the Dots: A Case of Myeloid Sarcoma. Am J Med. 2018 Sep;131(9):e357-e359. Pubmedid: 29729239.
- Zhu G, Brayer J, Padron E, Mulé JJ, Mailloux AW. OMIP-049: Analysis of Human Myelopoiesis and Myeloid Neoplasms. Cytometry A. 2018 Oct.93(10):982-986. Pubmedid: 30347519. Pmcid: PMC6484443.
- Lonez C, Verma B, Hendlisz A, Aftimos P, Awada A, Van Den Neste E, Catala G, Machiels JH, Piette F, Brayer JB, Sallman DA, Kerre T, Odunsi K, Davila ML, Gilham DE, Lehmann FF. Study protocol for THINK: a multinational open-label phase I study to assess the safety and clinical activity of multiple administrations of NKR-2 in patients with different metastatic tumour types. BMJ Open. 2017 Nov;7(11):e017075. Pubmedid: 29133316. Pmcid: PMC5695348.
- Brayer J, Baz R. The potential of ixazomib, a second-generation proteasome inhibitor, in the treatment of multiple myeloma. Ther Adv Hematol. 2017 Jul.8(7):209-220. Pubmedid: 28694935. Pmcid: PMC5495505.
- Brayer J, Lancet JE, Powers J, List A, Balducci L, Komrokji R, Pinilla-Ibarz J. WT1 vaccination in AML and MDS: A pilot trial with synthetic analog peptides. Am J Hematol. 2015 Jul;90(7):602-607. Pubmedid: 25802083. Pmcid: PMC4617516.
- Dalia S, Brayer J, Horna P, Zhang H, Pinilla-Ibarz J. Transformation to Hodgkin lymphoma in chronic lymphocytic leukemia coexisting with Epstein-Barr viremia. Leuk Lymphoma. 2014 Nov;55(11):2660-2662. Pubmedid: 24528217.
- Brayer J, Fishman M. Regression of metastatic clear cell kidney cancer with interleukin-2 treatment following nivolumab (anti-PD-1) treatment. J Immunother. 2014 Apr;37(3):187-191. Pubmedid: 24598453.
- Brayer J, Cheng F, Wang H, Horna P, Vicente-Suarez I, Pinilla-Ibarz J, Sotomayor EM. Enhanced CD8 T cell cross-presentation by macrophages with targeted disruption of STAT3. Immunol Lett. 2010 Jul;131(2):126-130. Pubmedid: 20346983. Pmcid: PMC2906450.
- Vicente-Suarez I, Brayer J, Villagra A, Cheng F, Sotomayor EM. TLR5 ligation by flagellin converts tolerogenic dendritic cells into activating antigen-presenting cells that preferentially induce T-helper 1 responses. Immunol Lett. 2009 Aug;125(2):114-118. Pubmedid: 19555720. Pmcid: PMC2758552.
- Horna P, Cuenca A, Cheng F, Brayer J, Wang HW, Borrello I, Levitsky H, Sotomayor EM. In vivo disruption of tolerogenic cross-presentation mechanisms uncovers an effective T-cell activation by B-cell lymphomas leading to antitumor immunity. Blood. 2006 Apr;107(7):2871-2878. Pubmedid: 16339406. Pmcid: PMC1895389.
- Ghansah T, Paraiso K, Highfill S, Desponts C, May S, McIntosh J, Wang J, Ninos J, Brayer J, Cheng F, Sotomayor E, Kerr W. Expansion of myeloid suppressor cells in SHIP-deficient mice represses allogeneic T cell responses. J Immunol. 2004 Dec;173(12):7324-7330. Pubmedid: 15585856.
- Rodriguez P, Quiceno D, Zabaleta J, Ortiz B, Zea A, Piazuelo M, Delgado A, Correa P, Brayer J, Sotomayor E, Antonia S, Ochoa J, Ochoa A. Arginase I production in the tumor microenvironment by mature myeloid cells inhibits T-cell receptor expression and antigen-specific T-cell responses. Cancer Res. 2004 Aug;64(16):5839-5849. Pubmedid: 15313928.
- Cheng F, Wang H, Cuenca A, Huang M, Ghansah T, Brayer J, Kerr W, TakedaK, Akira S, Schoenberger S, Yu H, Jove R, Sotomayor E. A critical role for Stat3 signaling in immune tolerance. Immunity. 2003 Sep;19(3):425-436. Pubmedid: 14499117.
- Cuenca A, Cheng F, Wang H, Brayer J, Horna P, Gu L, Bien H, Borrello I, Levitsky H, Sotomayor E. Extra-lymphatic solid tumor growth is not immunologically ignored and results in early induction of antigen-specific T-cell anergy: dominant role of cross-tolerance to tumor antigens. Cancer Res. 2003 Dec;63(24):9007-9015. Pubmedid: 14695219.
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