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NCI Computational Immuno-Oncology Workshop

NCI Computational Immuno-Oncology Workshop banner with an image of a cancer cell being attacked by T cells.

To discuss the current state of the art technologies and outstanding scientific gaps and opportunities in computational immuno-oncology (IO), the NCI Computational Immuno-Oncology Workshop was virtually held on September 19, 2022.

Scientific themes that were explored during the meeting included:

  • Multi-modal data integration
  • Computational challenges in IO data, including rigor, reproducibility, artificial intelligence, deep learning, data bias, etc.
  • Enabling medical discoveries to inform therapeutic development using IO data.

Documents from the Workshop

Recordings from the Workshop

Session 1: Multi-modal Data Integration

Session 2: Normal and Cancer Tissues

Session 3: Medical Discoveries and Informing Therapeutic Developing Using IO Data

DCB Contact for the Workshop

For additional information about the workshop, please contact Dr. Lillian Kuo (lillian.kuo@nih.gov)

 

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