The weekly Math Oncology newsletter

What is Math Oncology?

The integration and application of mathematical and computational models to better understand and predict cancer initiation, progression and treatment.

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Why “This week in Math Oncology?”

Welcome to the first-ever email newsletter dedicated to all things mathematical oncology.

The purpose of this weekly email is to consolidate the important updates in the field of mathematical oncology into one, distilled form of communication.

Typically, each issue contains 10-12 links to preprints, full publications, or blog posts from scientists around the world. If you have a link that is relevant to the field of math oncology, please email me directly.

Is the field of mathematical oncology ready for the next (r)evolution? Let's begin.

-Jeffrey West


Jeffrey West
Faith, science, reading, writing. Research interests: cancer evolution, game theory, cellular automata.
Sandy Anderson
Editor of this week in mathematical oncology. Mathematical oncologist working on cancer evolutionary therapy. Chair of the Integrated Mathematical Oncology department at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Maximilian Strobl
Assistant editor at "This week in MathOnco". Post-doc at the Anderson lab at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Interested in integrating eco-evolutionary principles and math modeling to improve cancer treatment scheduling.