Tina A. Schütz

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PURPOSE A novel unconditionally stable, explicit numerical method is introduced to the field of modeling brain cancer progression on a tissue level together with an inverse problem (IP) based on optimal control theory that allows for automated model calibration with respect to observations in clinical imaging data. METHODS Biophysical models of cancer(More)
A new computational multiscale model of glioblastoma growth is introduced. This model combines an agent-based model for representing processes on the cellular level with a molecular interaction network for each cell on the subcellular scale. The network is based on recently published work on the interaction of microRNA-451, LKB1 and AMPK in the regulation(More)
A novel hybrid continuum-discrete model to simulate tumour growth on a cellular scale is proposed. The lattice-based spatiotemporal model consists of reaction-diffusion equations that describe interactions between cancer cells and their microenvironment. The fundamental ingredients that are typically considered are the nutrient concentration, the(More)