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Commentary in PNAS, 2010
Research @ Penn, 2010
Rethinking "Pseudo": Science Signaling, 2010
First Computational Oncology Workshop
Social Media: Biophysical Society's BLOG/Tweet, 2011
Social Media: Integrative Biology's BLOG , 2011

Social Media: Integrative Biology's Tweet, 2011

Penn Engineering Magazine, Fall 2011
NSF Highlight 2012
5th Insilico Oncology Meeting
SBE ICBN Meeting
Editorial on Multiscale Cancer Modeling
Penn News 2013




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