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21/02/2012 Translational Bioinformatics Seminar

BRC Methodology Collaboration: Translational Bioinformatics Seminar
21st Feb 12.30-17.00

If you would like to attend, please email comp-bio@kcl.ac.uk with subject “register”

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Lecture Theatre,
30th Floor, Tower Wing,
Guy’s Campus,
King’s College London,
London Bridge
London SE1 9RT


12.30: Buffet Lunch

13.00: Prof. Tom Coolen – What you see is not what you get: how sampling affects macroscopic features of biological networks

13.30: Dr. Davide Bacciu – Learning Bayesian Network skeletons with high-dimensional and large-sample size data

14.00: Prof. Alfonso Valencia – Computational challenges in Personalized Medicine

14.30: Tea Break

15.00: Dr. Eric Yang – Combining Disparate Clinical Datasets for Integrated Analysis

3.30: Dr. Paolo Vigneri – The Untouchables: mapping critical residues in the BRC-ABL catalytic domain to understand TKI resistance in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

16.00: Prof. Peter Coveney – Computational Biomedicine: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century

16.30: Dr. Nour Shublaq – Getting Personal through Translational Bioinformatics: The Future Now

17:00: Visit to local pub, or move to Lecture Theatre 1, New Hunt’s House, KCL (SE1 1UL) for the next talk in the King’s International Lecture Series: Prof. Mark Musen – Becoming a meta-physician: better clinical information for the future of healthcare