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Current Seminar Series

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IMO Seminar Series (H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center)
Mathematical Oncology seminars hosted by the H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center.
Schedule: Thursdays at 12 noon ET
Sign-up: Contact David Basanta
Recordings: Available on Youtube

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Center for Computational Oncology Seminar Series (UT Austin)
The Center for Computational Oncology at The University of Texas at Austin hosts a weekly virtual seminar series. Speakers are from around the country (with, perhaps, slightly more from Texas) and spans the gamut from experimental systems biology, to theoretical oncology. More information can be found here.
Schedule: Wednesdays at 10am CDT
Sign-up: Click here
Recordings: Not available.

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Irving Institute for Cancer Dynamics Monthly Seminar Series (Columbia University)
The Herbert and Florence Irving Institute for Cancer Dynamics hosts a seminar series on the topic of mathematical sciences underpinning cancer research. The monthly seminars take place on the third Thursday of the month, 4:00-5:00 PM EST. The presentations are held via Zoom and are opened to the Columbia community and to researchers outside Columbia University. More information can be found here.
Schedule: Third Thursday of the month, 4:00-5:00 PM ET
Sign-up: Click here
Recordings: Not available.

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Seminars in Mathematical Oncology (City of Hope)
Organized by Russell Rockne, Ph.D., and supported by the Division of Mathematical Oncology, this seminar series highlights the unique contributions of mathematics to multidisciplinary cancer research. More information can be found here.
Schedule: Variable
Sign-up: Contact Russel Rockne
Recordings: Not available.

Past Seminar Series

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Virtual Seminar on Modeling Biocomplexity: Cancer Invasion and Progression (TU Dresden)
With the Virtual Seminar on Modeling Biocomplexity we try to offer an attractive format for speakers and audience in the quickly growing research field of modeling biocomplexity. Prominent speakers will share their latest research with a worldwide audience. We envisage contributions on innovative models but also new experimental data and questions that could motivate new modelling approaches. The seminar will enhance outreach and catalyse unknown ways of communication, cooperation and hopefully new solutions to burning problems in the life sciences. More information can be found here.
Schedule: N/A
Sign-up: N/A
Recordings: Available on Youtube