The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Seminar Series continues Friday, Sept. 24, at noon. Chris McFarland, assistant professor in Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine’s Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences and assistant professor in Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, will present "Quantitative Modeling of Cancer Evolution in silico and in vivo.” The seminar is presented by the center’s Cancer Genomics and Epigenomics Program.
This interdisciplinary seminar series, which runs through May 6, 2022, addresses cutting-edge clinical, translational and basic research topics in cancer and is a focal point of the educational and inter-programmatic activities of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Seminars take place every Friday at noon in the Wolstein Research Building Auditorium (1-413) unless otherwise noted on the schedule and will be accessible simultaneously through Zoom. Seminars will not be available for viewing at a later date.
CME credit is available for those who attend seminars live or on Zoom.