Bioinformatics Interest Group
This is a joint BRC and King's Bioinformatics research group that focuses on the coordination of events and bioinformatics initiatives across the college.
BRC Methodology Collaboration: Translational Bioinformatics Seminar
DATE : Tuesday 21st February 2012
TIME: 12:30pm - 5:00pm
VENUE: Lecture Theatre , Floor 30, Guy's Tower Wing
Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject "register"
Seminar Location Location Map
King's College (Guy's) Tower
Floor 30, Lecture Theatre
Great Maze Pond
12.00 noon - Buffet lunch
1.00pm - Professor Ton Coolen : What you see is not what you get: how sampling affects macroscopic features of biological networks.
1.30pm - Dr Davide Bacciu: Learning Bayesian Network skeletons with high-dimensional and large-sample size data
2.00pm - Professor Alfonso Valencia: Computational Challenges in Personalize Medicine
2.30pm - Tea break (30mins)
3.00pm - Dr Eric Yang: Combining Disparate Clinical Datasets For Integrated Analysis
3.30pm - Dr Paolo Vigneri: The Untouchables: mapping critical residues in the BCR-ABL catalytic domain to understand TKI resistance in Chronic Myeloid Leukemi
4.00pm - Professor Peter Coveney: Computational Biomedicine: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century
4.30pm - Dr Nour Shublaq: Getting Personal through Translational Bioinformatics: The Future Now
5.00pm - Visit to local pub or move to Lecture Theatre 1, New Hunts House (King's College London, Guy's Campus, London SE1 1UL) for the nest talk in the King's International Lecture Series
Professor Mark Musen: Becoming a meta-physician: Better clinical information for the future of health care.