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Applied mathematical principles help identify immune cell spatial patterns in tumours

A collaboration between mathematicians, pathologists and clinicians has shown how techniques from computational algebraic topology can be used to understand the spatial distributions of immune cell subtypes within tumours.

Six new Fellowships announced as part of Oxford-Bristol Myers Squibb Fellowships Programme

The Oxford - Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) Fellowships Programme continued to demonstrate significant progress over the last year. Six new Oxford fellowships were announced, including two significant cancer projects.