Paul Macklin is a mathematician, Associate Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering, and Luddy Faculty Fellow at Indiana University. He works with biologists, modelers, and clinicians to develop and validate sophisticated 3D computer models of cancer and other multicellular systems, using the open source PhysiCell platform developed by his lab. He also works with the National Cancer Institute and the Department of Energy on a national initiative to create digital twins for the future of personalized predictive cancer medicine. He recently founded and leads a multi-institutional coalition to develop a multiscale in-host model of SARS-CoV-2 infection dynamics and immune response.
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