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The event brought together researchers from across mathematical, statistical, data and biological sciences to discuss the current and future cutting-edge approaches to tissue pathology.

As wet lab methods generate increasing amounts of spatial data, the extraction of biologically and clinically-relevant information is limited by our ability to analyse them. This symposium brought together scientists across the Oxford Cancer network with different expertise to discuss novel techniques and how to apply them to cancer research.

Presentations and flash talks were given on the following topics:

 The keynote address was given by Prof Philip Maini, who discussed the historical role that mathematics have played in accelerating our biological understanding.

The day closed with an award for the best poster presentation. This went to Kit Gallagher, with Nicholas Fan awarded runner-up – congratulations!

We're always looking to improve our future events; if you were in attendance, we'd appreciate it if you'd fill out this quick feedback form about your experience (closes 20th December). 


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