CancerEvo is a research group led by David Basanta

We are mathematical modellers who work with biologists and clinicians

We try to understand

  • the ecology of tumors

  • the evolutionary dynamics of cancer progression

  • resistance to treatment

Based at the Moffitt Cancer Center, Florida

Article in high-performance computing magazine

It seems that the research at our group has been noticed by a news site specialised on high performance computing. Oh well, I guess it helps that our group (BIOS) is hosted in a department of high performance computing and that TU Dresden has just hosted a major conference on parallel computing.

For those interested, here is the link:

Genes and cancer

Scientists find molecule that tricks cancer cells into dying