Blackboard to Bedside: Showcase of Translational Modeling
Tuesday, June 15 at 04:15am (PDT)Tuesday, June 15 at 12:15pm (BST)Tuesday, June 15 08:15pm (KST)
Renee Brady-Nicholls (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA), Mohammad Zahid (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA), Stefano Pasetto (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA)
One of the most significant mathematical oncology capabilities lies in its ability to translate to the clinic and make patient-specific treatment recommendations that will ultimately prolong patient response and survival. This capability requires using clinical data as inputs to mathematical models to characterize individual patient responses and recommend clinically-relevant personalized treatment approaches and schedules. This common goal can be accomplished using various techniques. This mini-symposium will feature a varied selection of talks demonstrating how different approaches can support oncologists and patients in making clinical decisions. We will also highlight how this can improve the clinical trial design and how in silico modeling can investigate alternative therapy options.