Chairpersons and organizing committee: Fátima Al-Shahrour, Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, CNIO, Spain Arnold Levine, The Simons Center for Systems Biology, Institute for Advanced Study, US Raúl Rabadán, Columbia Systems Biology, Columbia University, US Simon Tavaré, the Irving Institute of Cancer Dynamics at Columbia University, US
23 September 2019 - 25 September 2019
Cancers are dynamical and heterogeneous biological processes. Heterogeneity and evolution are the main factors driving oncogenesis, growth, invasion and failure of therapy. Longitudinal, multi-sampling and single cell genomic and transcriptomic characterization of tumors allows to reconstruct their changes and to link them to clinically relevant phenotypes. This workshop will bring together a community of interdisciplinary researchers developing tools to study these processes and applying them to large numbers of tumors.
Cancer Genomics, Bioinformatics, Heterogeneity, Personalized Medicine, Tumor evolution, Systems Biology, Computational methods, Pharmacogenomics, Translational, Clonal evolution, single-cell, transcriptomics, sequencing