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Our combination of undergraduate, graduate and professional schools dramatically increases the range of opportunities for student research.

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Artificial Intelligence gives cancer research a boost.

Learn how artificial intelligence could give us a new way to look at cancer:

Using artificial intelligence (AI) to determine whether immunotherapy is working

Scientists from the Case Western Reserve University have developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system which can now determine which lung-cancer patients ...

SU2C Research Program Uses AI to Investigate Immunotherapies

Stand Up To Cancer's “Convergence 2.0” research initiative awarded $11 million to seven multi-disciplinary research teams to investigate immune system ...

Fighting Cancer With Immunotherapy - Prof. Cyrille J. Cohen

Fighting Cancer with an Artificially Enhanced Immune System Prof. Cyrille J. Cohen, Bar-Ilan University Link to clip shown at 28:40 ...

Science Documentary: Anti-angiogenesis, Immunotherapy, Vaccines

Science Documentary: Anti-angiogenesis, Immunotherapy, Vaccines a Documentary on Treating Cancer The most effective way of fighting cancer cells is by ...

Artificial intelligence is helping the fight against cancer | European CEO

We are closer than ever before to understanding the human body on a genetic level. Billions of genetic sequences can be processed every day, transforming a ...

Grand challenges in artificial intelligence in clinical radiology and clinical oncology

On 16 May 2018, over 1000 leaders from academia, clinical practice, research and industry came together for a pioneering stakeholder summit to discuss the ...

Microscope uses Artificial Intelligence to find cancer cells more efficiently

Scientists at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA have developed a new technique for identifying cancer cells in blood samples faster and more ...

The Future of Cancer Research | Freethink

Intel employee Bryce Olson was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer. When the standard of care didn't work, Bryce turned to genomic sequencing which ...