Sarah Brueningk receives Sensius Award at ESHO2017
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).