Doctoral School of Clinical Mediicne is hosting a top-level seminar in oncogenetics: Jüri Reimand “Discovery of cancer biomarkers among non-coding RNA genes”.
Time and place: 15.11 at 14.00, Large Auditorium of Biomedikum (in English)
The seminar will follow a discussion targeted to PhD students, residents and young researchers.
Time and place: 15.11 at 15.00, Large Auditorium of Biomedikum (in Estonian or English)
Information about the speaker:
JÜRI REIMAND, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada
Head of the computational biology team and assistant professor
Dr. Reimand’s lab focuses on computational analysis of complex biomolecular datasets and development of statistical and machine-learning methodologies. His current research involves multiple cancer types and focuses on two major themes: improving our understanding of the non-coding genome to discover of genetic mechanisms of disease and novel targets and biomarkers, and integrative analysis of multi-omics data representing distinct facets of the central dogma.
Preliminary advertisement: Dr. Jüri Reimand will have a complementary seminar on the topic “Discovery of driver mutations and pathways in the non-coding cancer genome”
Time and place: 25.11 kell 10.00, Riia tn 23b, auditorium of the Omikum (room 105)