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The first-ever "Math and Medicine" gathering was held at
the A. I. DuPont Hospital for Children on January
7, 2015. The purpose of the meeting, organized by
Profs. Toby Driscoll and Gilberto Schleiniger, and
physician and adjunct faculty member Dr. Michael
McCulloch, was to find ways to assist local physicians
meet research and clinical needs, by building on the
expertise generated by numerous existing collaborations
between Mathematical Sciences faculty and physicians. Nine
faculty, three graduate students, and about ten
physicians were in attendance.
After some brief introductory remarks from the
organizers, the physicians commented on opportunities to
get faculty and students involved in medical research at
the hospital. Then there were many lively one-to-one
conversations in which physicians and faculty searched for
overlapping research interests and capabilities.
Given the warm and enthusiastic reception from the
physicians, more meetings are planned for the future in
which the doctors can give short presentations
describing their work for the faculty, and faculty go
into more detail on their expertise. Meetings with
physicians at Christiana Care are also planned for the
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