– Computational Oncology Conference –

31st January - 2nd February 2022

In-person @ Andermatt, Switzerland


The conference is the final highlight of the Computational ONcology TRaining Alliance (CONTRA), an EU-funded Innovative Training Network. It aims to bring together investigators in the broader scope of oncology for talks and discussion on practical problems and latest research. We expect participants from different backgrounds including statistics, bioinformatics, imaging, and biomedical sciences.


The conference will involve a single track with 8 keynote speakers as well as contributed talks. The number of participants is limited to 100 to enable easy interactions and networking between participants.
Additionally, there will be two conference dinners and free afternoons for enjoying winter sports in the Swiss Alps together.


When: 31.01.22 - 02.02.22
Where: Radisson Blu - Andermatt
Registration Fee: 425 CHF
Application: 23.11.21 - 19.12.21
Registration: 15.12.21 - 12.01.22

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Keynote speakers

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María R. Martínez

IBM Research - Zurich

Integration of different high-throughput molecular datasets in order to build comprehensive molecular models of disease that can help clinicians to provide better diagnoses and suggest personalized therapies.

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Benny Chain

UCL - London

Usage of high throughput sequencing to study the regulation of T and B cell receptor repertoire diversity with focus on the immune response to cancer, and to major pathogens including HIV and Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

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Aedin Culhane

Dana-Farber - Boston

Investigating the molecular heterogeneity of tumor subtypes and the role of the cancer microenvironment in disease progression and drug resistance through the analysis of high-throughput whole genome data arising from molecular and genomic studies of cancer, with a particular focus on meta analysis and development of models that integrate of multiple sources of data.

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Trevor Graham

BCI - London

Measurement of the patterns of clonal evolution that define carcinogenesis and develops novel mathematical tools for analysis and prediction. By characterising tumour evolution, he aims to find better ways to determine prognosis and more effective ways to treat cancers.

Talk Application

Application will close on December 19th, 2021.

Conference Registration

Registration will be open: December 15th, 2021 - January 12th, 2022.


Organizing committee

Niko Beerenwinkel ETH Zurich
Jens Lagergren KTH Stockholm
Ewa Szczurek University of Warsaw
Nico Borgsmüller ETH Zurich
Arhur Dondi ETH Zurich
Iwona Zielinska University of Warsaw


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