Mathematical modeling to fight breast cancer
Virginia Tech researchers have developed a model that may eventually help explain and overcome drug resistance in breast cancer treatment.
Georgetown’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center offers a variety of degree options for students interested in systems biology. They offer an MS degree in tumor biology with a focus in cancer systems biology and a Ph.D. program in computational biology.
Learn more: http://lombardi.georgetown.edu/TBio/masters/
Georgetown’s five-year MD/MS program in systems medicine is designed for medical students who want to apply systems biology to medicine. Students will learn to use emerging technological tools that will help them improve diagnostics and outcomes.
The Lombardi summer research program is an 8-week opportunity for undergraduate and high school students who want to pursue a career in biomedical science. The hands-on laboratory experience will allow students to work on a research project under the guidance of experts in cancer research.
Information coming soon.