The Virtual Child project created for the Cancer Grand Challenge 2021

Leading a revolution in the way the world studies and treats childhood solid tumours

Our innovative team will develop the first data-driven computer model of normal and cancerous nervous system development

Projects

The Virtual Child is the first ever-learning and data-driven computer model of normal and cancerous nervous system development. It will support biological and therapeutic discovery to transform the treatment of children with cancer

Deep Learning and Development Group (DLDG)

The DLDG are a team of academic investigators and patient advocates from across the USA, Canada, the U.K, Germany and the Netherlands together with industry collaborators Nvidia and Amazon Web Services from the USA.

Neurobiology and Tumour-Trajectories Group (NTTG)

The NTTG are a team of academic investigators and patient advocates from across the USA, Canada, the U.K, Germany and the Netherlands.

Cell Therapies and Vaccines Group (CTVG)

The CTVG are a team of academic investigators and patient advocates from across the USA, Canada, the U.K, Germany and the Netherlands together with industry collaborators BioNTech (Germany), AstraZeneca (U.K) and Myrio Therapeutics (Australia).

Patient Advocate and Education Group (PAEG)

The PAEG is a team of exceptional patient advocates and advocacy foundations across the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada and the U.K.

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Grand Cancer Challenges

Cancer Grand Challenges is a global funding initiative founded by Cancer Research UK and the National Cancer Institute.

28 September 2021