Improving Outcomes Through Better Cancer Modeling
As leader of Stanford’s Cancer Computational and Systems Biology group, Christina Curtis, one of In Vivo’s 2021 Rising Leaders, is working to shed new light on the mysteries of metastatic cancer. Curtis’s use of computational models to analyze genetic mutations in breast cancer earned her an NIH Director’s Pioneer Award.
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