Organizing Committee: Dr Gibin Powathil, Dr Noemi Picco and Dr Thomas Woolley
This workshop focuses on recent developments in Mathematical Oncology and will bring together established researchers, early career researchers and PhD students from various disciplines:
- with the aim of facilitating the dissemination of recent research, substantive discussion and the initiation of new research collaborations and,
- enriching the training of mathematics PhD students, via exposure to cutting-edge research developments, showcasing the genuine interplay between mathematics and its applications in cancer modelling, and providing networking opportunities.
The topics covered will span a broad spectrum of problems of current interest in oncology and will hopefully stimulate further interactions and research in novel directions. There will be talks on mathematical and computational modelling of cancer and multimodality cancer treatments such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy.
This workshop will be of interest to mathematicians, biologists, experimentalists and clinical researchers. We hope that through this workshop we can generate a wider interest in this area by showcasing the usefulness and predictive nature of mathematical and computational models in Oncology and thus initiating new local, regional and national collaborations in this exciting area of science.
This workshop will be a hybrid event, facilitating wider participation. Please register for the workshop using the link below.
* SWAMBA: South Wales Applied Mathematics for Biomedical Advances