Rejniak Lab: News

*2022 May 10-11th, 12th Annual Moffitt Scientific Symposium, Moffitt Cancer Center.

*2022 April 2nd, Rejniak Lab exploring Florida

*2022 March 23rd, Dr. Hwu Research Tour, visit to IMO

*2022 March 14th, Quantitative Science Division π-Day celebration

*2022 March 9th, The two lab grant celebration Rejniak and Pilon-Thomas labs collaborating on the bladder cancer research project with Dr. Poch, have celebrated two resent grant awards.

*2022 March 7th, The RejniakLab alumni visit Shreya and Manoj visited us during their spring break.

*2022 February 18th, The First Lady visit to Moffitt Dr. Jill Biden has visited Moffitt Cancer Center and met with the IMO crew

*2022 February 9th, PolWoMaths (virtual) seminar talk given by Kasia

*2022 February 2nd, Centre of Biomathematics at the University of Swansea research talk given by Kasia

*2022 January 12th, Moffitt Pancreatic Cancer Working Group monthly meeting. A research talk given by Kasia

*2022 January 10-11th, a USACM Thematic Conference on the Role of Mathematical and Computational Modeling in Cancer Research (virtual); A research talk given by Kasia

*2022 January 3rd, a DoD Team Science Grant: with Dr. Michael Poch and Dr. Shari Pilon-Thomas has been recommended for funding!

*2022 January 1st, Ms. Anjun (Angela) Hu has re-joined our lab as an untegraduate intern.

 

 

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Multiple Postdoctoral Fellow positions available!

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Applications are invited for postdoctoral research positions in our computational lab on new exciting projects funded by the NIH/NCI and DoD grants. We are looking for enthusiastic mathematical modelers to work on projects in immuno-oncology in bladder cancer and metastatic tumor development in breast cancers.
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2022 May 10-11th, 12th Annual Moffitt Scientific Symposium, Moffitt Cancer Center.

A research poster: "Reconstructing the metabolic landscape from histology images of solid cancers" in collaboration with Shari Pilon-Thomas and Jenny Permuth labs was presented by Maureiq Ojwang'.

A research poster: "LinG3D: An In-Silico Tool for Visualizing the Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Clonal Evolution" was presented by Angela Hu.

 

2022 April 2nd, Rejniak Lab at Myakka River State Park.

Rejniak Lab: Maureiq and Angela, and an honorary member Joel exploring Florida ~ at the Myakka River State Park

 

2022 March 23rd, Dr. Hwu Research Tour visit to IMO.

Dr. Hwu, Moffitt CEO, Research Tour visit to IMO and discussion on research done in Rejniak and Enderling Labs.

 

2022 March 14th, Quant Sci Division π-Day celebration.

Rejniak Lab and IMO at the π-Day celebration with the Quantitative Science Division @Moffitt.

 

2022 March 9th, The two lab grant celebration.

Rejniak and Pilon-Thomas labs collaborating on the bladder cancer research project with Dr. Poch, have celebrated two resent grant awards.

 

2022 March 7th, RejniakLab alumi visit.

Former lab members Shreya Mathur and Manoj Kambara have visited our lab during their spring break at teh University of Florida.

 

2022 February 18th, FLOTUS visit to Moffitt Cancer Center

IMO is wating to meet Dr. Jill Biden, right photo with Mr. Moffitt.

 

2022 February 9th, PolWoMaths Polish Women in Mathematics (PTKM) monthly meeting (virtual).

A talk " Mathematical model of interstitial transport in chemotherapy (Matematyczny model transportu w przestrzeni międzykomórkowej: zastosowanie w chemioterapii)" given by Kasia Rejniak.

 

2022 February 2nd, Centre of Biomathematics at the University of Swansea monthly meeting (virtual).

A talk "Micro-pharmacology: modeling the tissue barriers in drug delivery" given by Kasia Rejniak.

 

2022 January 12th, Moffitt Pancreatic Cancer Working Group monthly meeting.

A talk "Harnessing pancreatic tumor environment to improve treatment efficacy: an integrative approach" given by Kasia Rejniak.

 

2022 January 10-11th, USACM Thematic Conference on the Role of Mathematical and Computational Modeling in Cancer Research (virtual)

A research talk "Modeling ECM mechanical and metabolic architecture during early ductal invasions" given by Kasia Rejniak.

 

2022 January 3rd, our Department of Defense Translational Team Science grant: "Development of Adoptive T-Cell Therapy in Bladder Cancer Incorporating Patient-Specific Tumor Microenvironment" has been recommended for funding!

 

2022 January 1st, Ms. Anjun (Angela) Hu from University of South Florida has re-joined our lab as an untegraduate intern.