Sarah Brueningk receives Sensius Award at ESHO2017

Sarah Brueningk receives Senius YI ESHO 2017 Award

At ESHO2017 in Athens, Sarah Brueningk received the Sensius Young Investigator Award for her presentation “Simulating response to multimodality therapies in vitro – towards modelling of virtual patient treatments”. She proposes a framework that offers great flexibility in modelling treatment combinations in different scenarios. It may be used to compare different treatment schedules to combine radiotherapy and thermal therapy. Sarah is a PhD student at the Institute of Cancer Research in London (UK).

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