FundaySunday feat. Mohit K Jolly
This is an initiative to publicize some fun science communications and take interesting/funny/self-descriptive science near our audiences. Anyone could submit their work here. It could be science illustration/poem/song/dance/picture or anything that makes subjects in life sciences interesting. We are now accepting entries for season 2.
Season 1 of FundaySunday features 24 such interesting entries by scicommers from different backgrounds. You can have a sneak peek at these entries here — https://indiabioscience.org/fu…
Speaker: Mohit Kumar Jolly, Assistant Professor at the Centre for BioSystems Science and Engineering (BSSE) at IISc Bangalore.
Topic: What can cancer cells teach us? Accepting identity crisis and doing improv!
Cancer cells are notorious shapeshifters, i.e. they can change their‘identity’ reversibly to adapt and evade many challenges (drug treatment, immune system, etc.) and drive metastasis and therapy resistance which cause over 90% of all cancer-related deaths. How do cancer cells switch their states, and how can we prevent them from doing so? In this talk, he will share their journey of getting some answers to these questions, by doing exactly what cancer cells are great at: accepting identity crisis (working across many disciplines) and doing improv (spontaneous appropriate response to one’s environment)
Date: 5 June 2022
Time: 18:00 — 19.00 IST
⌛ CONTENT ANNOTATION WITH TIMESTAMP
00:00:00 Welcome and Introduction
00:12:15 Genetic and non-genetic adaptation of cancer
00:19:03 Mathematical models
00:21:21 Model prediction
00:25:18 Clinical relevance
00:38:09 What do cancer cells teach us
00:41:17 EMP and drug resistance