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.