Heiko Enderling, Ph.D.


Diplom Ingenieur (M.S.) for Computational Visualistics
Laird of John O' Groats
 
Associate Member, Director for Education & Outreach
Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Department of Radiation Oncology
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
 
Associate Professor
Department of Oncologic Sciences
Morsani College of Medicine
University of South Florida
 

 

 

Postdoctoral Fellows

Rachel Walker

Rachel Walker, Ph.D.

Dr. Rachel Walker joined the lab in 2015 after her graduate studies in Engineering Science at the University of South Florida. She is working on gastric carcinogenesis, with focus on H-Pylori infections, to identify patient-specific optimal screening schedules. Additionally she is working on radiation and immunotherapy for brain cancer.


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Daniel Santiago

Daniel Santiago, Ph.D.

Dr. Daniel Santiago joined the lab in 2016 after his graduate studies in computational chemistry at Moffitt, and a postdoctoral stint at the Scripps Research Institute in California. His position is joined with Daniel Abate-Daga's lab in immunology. He is working on CAR T cell therapy and oncolytic viruses. 

 

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Renee Brady

Renee Brady, Ph.D.

Dr. Renee Brady joined the lab in 2017 after her graduate studies in applied mathematics at North Carolina State University. She is working on prostate cancer trial design, patient reported outcomes, and tumor-immune ecosystem dynamics.

Students

Thomas Lewin

Thomas Lewin

Tom joined the lab in October 2015 as D.Phil. candidate in the Oxford Doctoral Training Centre (DTC), specifically the Systems Approaches to Biomedical Science - IDC. He is jointly supervised by me and Helen Byrne (Oxford, UK). Tom is working on mathematical models of radiation therapy and the proliferation saturation index, PSI.
 
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Enakshi Sunassee

Enakshi Sunassee

Enakshi joined the lab as a student intern in January 2016. She is an international student in USF's Engineering department, and is working on different mathematical models of tumor growth and radiation response. Her work also has an experimental component joint with Dr. Robert Gatenby's group. 

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Aaya Khalid

Aaya is an undergraduate student at USF. She is working on clinical data and the tumor-immune ecosystem composition and its consequences on radiation therapy outcomes.

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Alumni / Collaborators

Jan Poleszczuk

Jan Poleszczuk, Ph.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Jan Poleszczuk was a postdoctoral fellow in the lab 2014-2016. He was working on evolutionary models of tumor progression with focus on high-performance computing. He was developing mathematical models of the abscopal effect to personalize radiation and immunotherapy.

We continue to collaborate on a variety of biological and clinical mathematical oncology projects.

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Sotiris Prokopiou, Ph.D.

Dr. Sotiris Prokopiou was a postdoctoral fellow in the lab in 2013. He was working on personalized radiotherapy prediction models, using the proliferation saturation index, PSI. Sotiris followed the call from Industry and moved to CoSMo, a complex systems modeling company in Lyon, France.

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Xuefeng Gao

Xuefeng Gao, Ph.D.

Dr. Xuefeng (Ryan) Gao was a postdoctoral fellow in the lab 2011-2013. He was working on agent based models of cancer stem cells, and the response and evolution of heterogeneous tumors to radiation therapy in particular.

Ryan moved to France and continued his career at INRIA and the Institute Pasteur. 

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Helena Hurbon

Helena Hurbon

Helena is an REU student in Physics at the University of South Florida, jointly mentored with Dr. Eduardo Moros. She is a student at Eckerd College, and this summer she is working on simulating the immunological consequences of radiation therapy.

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Abhi Bukkapatnam

Abhi Bukkapatnam

Abhi is an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan and alumni of the HIP IMO program. He is working on mathematical models of tumor growth and the role of TNF a. He is jointly supervised by Dr. David Goukassian at Temple University. 

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Jacob Hogan

Jake joined the lab as a summer student in June 2017. He is a bioinformatics student at Brigham Young University. He is part of the NCI CSBC/PSON summer internship program, and is jointly supervised by Drs. Robert Gatenby and Joel Brown. He is working on evolutionary models of cancer stem cells.

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Aaron Scheiner

Aaron Scheiner

Aaron is a HIP IMO student and is working on simulating temperature-driven intracellular fluid dynamics.

Dean Tan

Dean is a HIP IMO student and is working on radiation response models for non small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Nandi Adams

Nandi Adams

Nandi is a HIP IMO student and is working on tumor-immune interaction models and radiation response.

Tianlin Ji

Tianlin Ji

Nate is a HIP IMO student and is working on radiation response models for oropharyngeal cancer (OPC).

Collaborators

Juan Carlos Alfonso

Juan Carlos L. Alfonso, Ph.D.

Dr. Juan Carlos Alfonso is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Multiscale Modeling of Multicellular Systems (M3s) group in the Braunschweig Integrated Centre of Systems Biology (BRICS) at the Technische Universität Braunschweig and Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research. We are working on tumor-immune interaction and radiotherapy models.

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