What does game theory and cancer have to do with each other. I am not sure but this interesting workshop hosted by the Princeton Physical Sciences-Oncology Center and Johns Hopkins University might help you figure that out.
An announcement about the event reads:
Registration is now open for the Workshop on Game Theory and Cancer, scheduled on August 12-13 in Baltimore, MD, and jointly hosted by our Princeton PS-OC and Johns Hopkins University. The main goal of this workshop is to provide a dialogue between leading basic researchers and clinical investigators that would help make headway against the very stubborn problem of cancer, and to jolt the oncology community into confronting the serious clinical problems that have previously been avoided.
The flyer is pretty cool, too. Check it out here.
Additional information and preliminary agenda can be found at: http://www.princeton.edu/psoc/training/
To register, please go to: https://prism.princeton.edu/ps-oc/regform.php
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