The UNC Computational Medicine Program sought collaborative proposals from research areas in Cognitive Computing/Machine Learning; Image Analysis/Computer Vision; Computational and Mathematical Modeling; Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics; Health Informatics and Network Analysis.

Channing Der and Co-PI, Jeremy Purvis, won for “A topological model of the cell cycle in KRAS-driven cancers.”

You can read more about Dr. Der’s award here.

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