Moffitt Cancer Center: Why we are building the first machine learning department in oncology

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Chair, Department of Machine Learning, Moffitt Cancer Center
Dana Rollinson
Vice president, chief data officer, associate center director of data science, Division chief, quantitative science, Moffitt Cancer Center
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Chair, Department of Machine Learning, Moffitt Cancer Center
Dana Rollinson
Vice president, chief data officer, associate center director of data science, Division chief, quantitative science, Moffitt Cancer Center

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