Mission Statement

The Cancer Dynamics Group at the University of Maryland, College Park, is part of an initiative to encourage a dialogue between cancer researchers from the National Cancer Institute and scientists and engineers from the University of Maryland.

The application of cutting-edge physical and mathematical tools, experimental and theoretical, is expected to contribute to our understanding of biological systems in health and disease, and help develop and improve state-of-the-art diagnostics, prevention, and treatment methodologies.

The group runs the Cancer Dynamics Colloquium and provides opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate studies in various aspects of Cancer Research.

A partnership for Cancer Technology was recently established between the University of Maryland College Park and the National Cancer Research.   Details on this partnership can be found in the following link.

 For more details contact Doron Levy