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Workshop 2 : Modeling and analysis of cancer cell dynamics

This workshop aims at gathering expertise from different disciplines (control theory, signal and image processing, data mining and knowledge extraction, biology and medecine) around four sessions.

The flyer for this workshop is available here.

The workshop is made of four invited sessions. Abstracts can be found here.
  • Session 1: Cancer modelling with new insight on therapeutics (room 201, June 3rd, 11:00-12:30)
    • Pierre Hirsch - St Antoine Hospital, Paris, (France): Acute myeloid leukaemia: clinical and biological aspects. What clinicians can expect from mathematics ?
    • Doron Levy - University of Maryland (USA): Mathematical models for tumor-immune interactions and their applications
    • Peter Kim - University of Sydney (Australia): A mathematical model of oncolytic virotherapy
  • Session 2: Modelling of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (room 201, June 3rd, 16:30-18:00)
    • Mostafa Adimy - Inria Grenoble/Rhone-Alpes (France): Discrete maturity-structured model of cell differentiation with application to acute myelogenous leukemia
    • Anna Marciniak-Czochra - University of Heidelberg (Germany): Mathematical modeling of stem cells-initiated cancer development
    • Hitay Ozbay - Bilkent University (Turkey): A System Theoretic Analysis of Cell Dynamics in AML
  • Session 3: Cell cycle and clock modelling for Cancer 1(room 201, June 4th, 10:30-12:00)
    • Claude Gérard and A. Goldbeter -  ULB Brussels, (Belgium): The cell cycle and the circadian clock: Dynamics of two coupled cellular rhythms
    • Jean Clairambault - INRIA (France): Theoretical drug delivery optimisation using physiologically structured cell population models
    • François Fages and Pauline Traynard - Inria Paris-Rocquencourt (France): A bidirectionnal coupled model of the cell cycle and the circadian clock
  • Session 4: Cell cycle and clock modelling for Cancer 2 (room 201, June 4th, 15:30-17:00)
    • Franck Delaunay - IBV, Univ. Nice (France): Visualizing the circadian and cell cycle oscillators 
    • Filippo Tamanini - Erasmus University Medical Center (The Netherlands): Changes in clock performance of fibroblasts upon contact with breast cancer cells
    • Ali Mohammad-Djafari - CNRS-L2S (France): Multicomponent and multivariate data analysis and processing in cancer biology.
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