The Columbia University Center for Topology of Cancer Evolution and Heterogeneity is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional research center that supports research combining mathematical and experimental techniques for the study of cancer.
Funding Opportunities The Columbia University Physical Sciences in Oncology Center offers pilot grants and cross-disciplinary collaborative grants for innovative, interdisciplinary research involving quantitative scientists and cancer biologists. These grants are intended to facilitate collaborations between mathematicians/physicists and cancer researchers thatRead more
Upcoming Events Follow us on twitter @ColumbiaPSOC Past Events June 1, 2017 Mathematical Methods in Cancer Evolution and Heterogeneity Speakers: Alexander Anderson, Richard Bonneau, Gunnar Carlsson, Christina Curtis, Trevor Graham, Ben Greenbaum, Christine A. Iacobuzio-Donahue, Dan Landau, MD, Christina Leslie, Nicholas Mcgranahan, Sayan Mukherjee, Ben Raphael, Jinghui Zhang, Location: The Simons CenterRead more
Our team includes experts in cancer genomics, the genetics of brain tumors, developmental biology, single-cell genomics, machine learning, and topological data analysis.
Our Partner Institutions
The New York Metropolitan Area Discussion Group in Mathematics and Oncology is organized by: