Randles receives DOE INCITE allocation award
December 10, 2020
We were awarded 290,000 Summit node-hours to study the influence of cell-specific properties on circulating tumor cells in complex vasculatures through the INCITE program.
Ventilator work featured on Microsoft Blog
December 1, 2020
Randles Lab at SC20
November 20, 2020
The Randles Lab was active at the The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC20). The Supercomputing conference was held virtually from November 9-19.
2020 CMBE Young Innovator and CMBE publication
October 22, 2020
Professor Randles was selected as a 2020 CMBE Young Innovator and our work entitled "Investigating the Interaction Between Circulating Tumor Cells... read more
Aneurysm research published in Biofabrication
October 16, 2020
Marianna Pepona led the computational component of a large research effort studying flow in 3D printed aneurysms.
Marianna's work in collaboration with LLNL using bioprinting and simulation to examine metastatic behavior published in Science Advances
August 28, 2020
Together with a team from LLNL, Marianna investigated the dynamics of circulating tumor cell behavior using computational models and bioprinted endothelialized vascular beds.
Randles Lab was awarded a U01 grant on simulating cancer cell transport
August 19, 2020
We will develop techniques to study cancer cell transport.
Cyrus joins the lab!
August 19, 2020
New graduate student Cyrus Tanade joins the lab! Welcome Cyrus!
Brad's work featured on HPCwire
August 6, 2020
Feature in Satya Nadella's talk at Microsoft Inspire
July 23, 2020
We were incredibly honored to be featured in the talk from Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, at Microsoft Inspire on July 22.