Mathematical models of cancer and cancer therapy pose increasingly interesting and challenging problems in partial differential equations, dynamical systems, statistics, and computational mathematics. New biological techniques, such as DNA arrays, proteomics and polymarase chain reactions, in conjunction with new imaging tools such as computed tomography, allow improved monitoring and analysis of the process of cancer growth and invasion. The purpose of this mini-workshop is to bring together mathematical biologists and applied mathematicians in order to address these problems and discuss future directions.
|Monday, November 17|
|9:15-9:30AM||Welcome and Introduction Avner Friedman and Marek Kimmel|
|Tuesday, November 18|
|Wednesday, November 19|