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Mathematical modelling of tumour evolution and radiation response: The impact of heterogeneity

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This thesis seeks to use mathematical and computational models to develop measures of clinically available data to deepen our understanding, and improve our treatments, of cancer. We consider two broad characteristics of cancer: heterogeneity, in the form of differences in cellular phenotype, and the physical microenvironment; and evolution, which has become accepted as a driver of tumour progression. To ensure that the conclusions drawn are as translatable as possible, we will attempt ...

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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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