The Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), where Dr. Byung-Jun Yoon is working as a Scientist (via joint appointment), has officially joined the ATOM consortium for Accelerating Therapeutics for Opportunities in Medicine (ATOM).
“At Brookhaven, we are excited to apply our team’s work developing and using optimization algorithms directly to ATOM’s diverse computational data-driven modeling efforts,” said Francis J. “Frank” Alexander, deputy director of the Computational Science Initiative. “Often, mathematical models and systems of interest to ATOM cancer therapy problems are uncertain and under-characterized due to their extremely complex nature. At Brookhaven, our artificial intelligence, machine learning and applied mathematics work aims to unravel complexities to design computational and laboratory experiments that achieve discovery goals in the most efficient manner. We believe these efforts will have significant applications in ATOM that can greatly benefit and enhance the program’s impact. We look forward to contributing as part of the collaboration.”
Further information is available on the official ATOM website at the link below: