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

Counting cancer cells with computer vision for time-lapse microscopy — Theory, Evolution, and Games Group

Counting cancer cells with computer vision for time-lapse microscopy — Theory, Evolution, and Games Group

Here is another blog post by Artem on some joint work with Jacob Scott and Andriy Marusyk. Hear hear!

Some people characterize TheEGG as a computer science blog. And although (theoretical) computer science almost always informs my thought, I feel like it has been a while since I have directly dealt with the programming aspects of computer science here. Today, I want to remedy that. In the process, I will share some Python code […]

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Miles for Moffitt 2016

Miles for Moffitt 2016

You can play with Adaptive therapies

You can play with Adaptive therapies