Columbia University to co-host Feb. 7-8 Cancer Genomics and Mathematical Data Analysis Symposium with Cornell University and Memorial Sloan Kettering
A multidisciplinary team of researchers across Columbia University have been busy addressing the complex challenges in basic and translational cancer research. Faculty and investigators are bridging their expertise in fields ranging from mathematics, biology, and engineering to physics, genomics, and chemistry to develop innovative approaches to better understand, for instance, cancer disease progression, drug resistance, and the systems-wide network of tumor evolution.
Central to this ongoing work is research grounded in cancer genomics and mathematical data analysis, which will be explored during a two-day conference Feb. 7-8 co-hosted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) centers at Columbia University Medical Center, Cornell University, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. The upcoming Cancer Genomics and Mathematical Data Analysis Symposium will be held at the Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Conference Center; pre-registration is required