Institute for Computational Medicine Events

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Institute for Computational Medicine Events

The Institute for Computational Medicine sponsors events throughout the year, including our Microbiome Seminar Series, Computational Cancer Seminar Series, Computational Medicine Seminar Series, and Computational Medicine Workshops.

Microbiome Seminar Series

Systems Biology and Model-Based Analysis of the Human Microbiome—Cancelled
Presenter: Elhanan Borenstein, University of Washington
Location/Time: Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, 4th floor Seminar Room, 9:30AM

Prior Speakers

Rob Knight: Spatial and Temporal Patterning of the Human Microbiome

Roy Kishony: Pathogen Evolution Within the Human Body

Tami D. Lieberman: Adaptation and Diversification of Pathogens and Commensals Within Individual People

Eugene V. Koonin: Theory of Microbial Genome Evolution

Joao Xavier: Changes in Microbiome Composition and Risk of Infection by Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Jonas Schluter: Microbiome—An Ecosystem on a Leash

Hesper Rego: None for All, But All for One—Molecular Mechanisms of Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Mycobacteria

Jose Clemente: Novel Tools to Characterize the Microbiome—Applications to Fecal Microbiota Transplantation

Jeremiah Faith: The Influence of Interpersonal Variation in Human Microbiome Composition on Immune Tone and Disease Susceptibility

Katharine Coyte: The ecology and evolution of complex microbial communities

Computational Cancer Seminar Series

Defining the Signaling Space of p53 Activity Across Species and Tissues—June 13, 2018
Presenter: Jacob Stewart-Ornstein, Harvard Medical School
Location/Time: Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, 4th floor Seminar Room, 9:30AM

Prior Speakers

Ludmil Alexandrov: Signatures of Mutational Processes in Cancer

Paz Polak: A Mutational Signature Reveals Alterations Underlying Deficient Homologous Recombination Repair in Breast Cancer

Nicholas Navin: Delineating Tumor Evolution with Single Cell Genomics

Raphael Pelossof: Machine Learning for Biological Interactions and Biomarker Discovery in Rectal Cancer

Michael S. Lawrence: Patterns of Somatic Mutations Across Cancer

Christopher Mason: Genetic and Epigenetic Clones in Leukemia and Astronauts

Ashley Laughney Bakhoum: Dissecting Tumor Cell Plasticity and Population Interactions Supporting Metastasis Using Single Cell Genomics

Paul Geeleher: The Influence of Genetic Variation on Gene Expression and Drug Response in Cancer

Orit Lavi: Brain Cancer as a Complex Dynamical System

Institute for Computational Medicine Seminar Series

Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation in the Aging Brain: Stress, Cellular Identity, Diversity, and Disruption—February 21, 2018
Presenter: Peter Sudmant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Location/Time: Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, 4th floor Seminar Room, 9:30AM

Prior Speakers

Nikolaus Rajewsky: Regulatory RNAs in Health and Disease

Computational Medicine Workshops

We host computational medicine workshops for researchers interested in this emerging field.

Single-cell RNA-Seq CEL-Seq2 Workshop–March 20, 2017

Participants in this workshop led by the lab of Itai Yanai, PhD, learned how to start with hundreds of biological samples and get down to single-cell data analysis in only two days. Attendees learned how to take a single cell and obtain its entire transcriptome using the CEL-Seq2 protocol. The workshop can be viewed in its entirety in the video below.