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Gliomas are a fast-growing, deadly, and difficult to treat form of brain tumor.

Gordon Bell-recipient George Biros (UT Austin) applies massive, high-speed computers, machine learning, and biophysical models of cells to better diagnose and treat gliomas.

On Frontera, Biros is working to build more complex bio-physical models of brain tumor development, and train automated medical image processing systems to detect the extent of cancers beyond the main tumor growth, which must be removed during surgery to prevent the cancer from returning.


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