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CPCB Seminar – Dr. Gene Yeo 11:00 am
CPCB Seminar – Dr. Gene Yeo @ Gates-Hillman Center 8102, CMU
Mar 3 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
“Insights into RNA processing from large-scale protein-RNA interactions” Gene Yeo University of California, San Diego ABSTRACT: An increasing number of human diseases, such as neuromuscular disorders and cancer are attributed to defects in protein-RNA...
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CPCB Seminar – Dr. George Tseng 11:00 am
CPCB Seminar – Dr. George Tseng @ GHC 4405
Mar 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
CPCB Seminar - Dr. George Tseng @ GHC 4405 | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States
George Tseng, University of Pittsburgh Title: Omics data integration for disease subtype discovery and marker detection Abstract: Rapid advances in high-throughput genomics experiments, such as microarray and next-generation sequencing, have increased availability of multi-level...
Student Seminar – Michael Kleyman and Marcus Thomas 11:00 am
Student Seminar – Michael Kleyman and Marcus Thomas @ Gates-Hillman Center 8102
Mar 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Marcus Thomas – CMU The ability of collections of molecules to spontaneously assemble into large functional complexes is central to all cellular processes. Virus capsid assembly has long been an important model system for...
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CPCB Seminar – Dr. Cenk Sahinalp 11:00 am
CPCB Seminar – Dr. Cenk Sahinalp @ Gates-Hillman Center 6115
Mar 31 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
CPCB Seminar - Dr. Cenk Sahinalp @ Gates-Hillman Center 6115 | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States
Cenk Sahinalp, Indiana University, Bloomington TITLE: Algorithms for Precision Genomics with Scalability, Security and Privacy Constraints ABSTRACT: As high throughput genomic data becomes central to clinical decision making, computational bottlenecks involving scalability, security and...