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Jacob Scott
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A radiation oncologist interested in theoretical modeling of cancer.
A radiation oncologist interested in theoretical modeling of cancer.

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Thinking, working, racing and sweating -- Velosano 5: 100% for the cure.
I owe a lot of updates from the lab, but first let me advertise a bit for a charity bike ride I'm doing in next month. Like last year, I am riding in the  Velosano cancer charity bike ride . I will be riding 200 miles over two days in support of important, ...
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Endogenous miRNA sponges mediate the generation of oscillatory dynamics for a non-coding RNA network
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New lab website, a Reddit experience and the Strogatz effect...
Now that things are starting to settle down after my move, writing up thesis, doing oral boards, setting up new practice: most of the BIG things are done. The nice part about this is that I have been able to start thinking about the LITTLE things - little t...
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Here's the link to the paper I just blogged about...
https://elifesciences.org/articles/30212
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New publication, just in time for the new year: A tale of two papers and two new friends.
About a month before I left Moffitt, in June of 2016, I got a twitter direct message from Steven Strogatz that said he had read one of my earlier posts on evolutionary graph theory  and he mentioned there might be some fun to be had with the more 'math-y' a...
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Pretty excited about a new follow up paper +Dan Nichol and I have just put out with our collaborators. In this new paper we explore how evolutionary branch points in fitness landscapes can lead to difficulties using 'collateral sensitivity' maps to guide therapeutic decisions. We propose a new method of this called 'collateral sensitivity likelihood' mapping. If you like experimental #evolution or mathematical modelling, this is, I think, a good read. Check it out!

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