Month: February 2014
At a recent NCI-organized mini-symposium on big data in cancer, Paul Macklin called for new data standards in Multicellular data in simulations, experiments, and clinical science. USC featured the talk (abstract here) and the work at news.usc.edu.
Read the article: http://news.usc.edu/59091/usc-researcher-calls-for-common-standards-in-cancer-modeling/ (Feb. 21, 2014)
Here is my current speaking schedule for 2014. Please join me if you can!
- Feb. 16, 2014: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Chicago
- Title: Integrating Next-Generation Computational Models of Cancer Progression and Outcome [abstract]
- invited by the National Cancer Institute
- May 9, 2014: European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2014 IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference, Brussels, Belgium
- Title: Calibrating breast cancer simulations with patient pathology: Progress and future steps [programme]
- Plenary talk
- May 13, 2014: Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
- Title: Advances in parallelized 3-D agent-based cancer modeling and digital cell lines [abstract]
- June 19, 2014: Biostatistics Seminar, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
- Title: Simulating 3-D systems of 500k cells with an agent-based model, and digital cell lines [link]
- Aug. 18, 2014: COMBINE (Computational Modeling in Biology Network) 2014 Symposium, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
- Title: Digital cell lines and MultiCellDS: Standardizing cell phenotype data for data-driven cancer simulations[Program]