Biomodels is pleased to announce the publication of Pathobiology of Cancer Regimen-Related Toxicities

Springer Publishing Company recently announced the publication of “Pathobiology of Cancer Regimen-Related Toxicities, a book co-edited by Dr. Stephen Sonis, Biomodels’ CSO and Dr. Dorothy Keefe, Professor of Cancer Medicine at the University of Adelaide.

Translational models of toxicities of cancer therapy have been a core interest of Biomodels since its founding in 1997 and Biomodels’ scientists, Greg Lyng, Jonathan Zombeck and Maria Mancini, along with Dr. Sonis contributed chapters on animal models, mucositis, and cancer-related fatigue.

Key to Biomodels’ scientific approach, accelerated drug, biologic, and device development is accomplished by the establishment of valid translational animal models of disease that are clinically relevant. Additionally, Biomodels’ use of novel approaches and tools allows for real-time and further in-depth assessment of compound significance during and post in-life phases.

To learn more about Biomodels’ leading expertise, translational models, and novel approaches for assessment please contact us directly through the website or Wendy Sauer at wsauer@biomodels.com

The printed and eBook versions are available through Springer.com or contact us for more information.

DERMATITIS / PROCTITIS / ORAL MUCOSITIS / COLITIS / TREATMENT RELATED FATIGUE