Renee Brady-Nicholls, Harsh Jain, Jason George
Mathematical oncology continues to emerge as an important area of research focused on understanding the complexity and intricacies of cancer using mathematical modeling. New methodologies and techniques are constantly being developed to better understand and predict how the disease evolves and adapts to treatment. This minisymposium will feature talks from emerging leaders in mathematical oncology – specifically graduate students, postdocs, and early-stage independent researchers. These rising stars will highlight new and innovative contributions to mathematical oncology research using differential equation models, ABMs, and multi-scale models.