Despite the increasing effectiveness of breast cancer treatments over the last 50 years, tumors often become resistent to the drugs used. While drug… Read more »
Jorge Gómez Tejeda Zañudo is a postdoctoral scholar (Stand Up To Cancer - The V Foundation Convergence Scholar) at the Department of Physics of The Pennsylvania State University, a research associate at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and an associated researcher at the Broad Institute, where he is mentored by Prof. Réka Albert and Prof. Nikhil Wagle. He received his B.S. in Physics from Universidad de Guadalajara and his Ph.D. in Physics from The Pennsylvania State University, where his Ph.D. advisor was Réka Albert. His Ph.D. work consisted on developing theoretical and computational methods for analyzing logic-based models of the dynamics of signal transduction and regulatory networks, and his current work is in developing control methods for network models, and in building and analyzing network models of drug resistance in breast cancer.
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- Using physics, math and models to fight cancer drug resistance - 8th January 2018