CANCER RESEARCH: A SUPERCOMPUTING PERSPECTIVE

From patient-specific treatments to immunology to drug discovery, advanced computing accelerates basic and applied science

SUPERCOMPUTERS ASSIST IN SEARCH FOR NEW, BETTER CANCER DRUGS

Researchers use TACC's advanced computers to virtually discover and experimentally test new chemotherapy drugs and targets

TARGETED, HIGH-ENERGY CANCER TREATMENTS GET A SUPERCOMPUTING BOOST

Researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to improve, plan, and understand the basic science of radiation therapy

ADVANCING CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH COMPUTER SIMULATIONS AND DATA ANALYSIS

Supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center help researchers classify patients' immune response, design clinical trials and analyze immune repertoire data

Mining cancer data for treatment clues

Cancer bioinformatics researchers rely on TACC supercomputers to help identify risk factors and classify tumors

More precise diagnostics for better cancer outcomes

Researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to design and test new tools for cancer detection

IMPROVING CANCER SURGERY WITH REAL-TIME IMAGE PROCESSING

MD Anderson researcher uses TACC supercomputers to simulate bioheat transfer and guide precision surgery

Tailoring cancer treatments to individual patients

To be published Fall 2017