Dawei Hong completed his PhD in computer science (1996) and MS in mathematics (1982). In 1996 he became a faculty member of Minnesota State
University, and was tenured in 1999. In 2001 he joined Rutgers University. Hong is a founding member of Center of Computational and Integrative
Biology at Rutgers University. He currently is the chair of Department of Computer Science at Rutgers-Camden. His major research interest is
modeling and computer simulation of biological systems with stochastic differential equations and their numerical solutions.
Dr. Ahmed O Kaseb graduated in 1996 (MBBS) from Cairo University School of Medicine, Egypt. After graduation, Dr. Kaseb began working at the
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, as a research fellow focusing on oncogenic viruses and cancer biomarkers. Later, he joined the MD Anderson
Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, as an assistant professor of GI Medical Oncology, to focus on hepatobiliary malignancies in July 2007. His primary
research interest is identifying some of the key prognostic and predictive molecular biomarkers that underlie malignant development and progression
of HCC. Dr. Kaseb is interested to develop more informative prognostic and predictive molecular staging systems for HCC, with priority efforts given
to the identification and characterization of potential targets for therapeutic intervention.
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