This webinar features Dr. Lee Lancashire, a bioinformatics scientist within the computational biology group at Thomson Reuters. Dr. Lancashire discusses the use of prior knowledge about pathway and network information to drive biomarker discovery, presenting recent results generated through the Orion Bionetworks Multiple Sclerosis Computational program (MS 1.0).
Hosted by industry experts and Thomson Reuters, you'll learn how to effectively mine for data that makes personalized medicine truly custom. - Learn about tranSMART data sharing among scientists, bioinformaticians, and clinicians - Find out how terminology alignment, data standardization and CDISC ontologies can be applied to research data - Hear how tranSMART integration works with any translational research infrastructure (academic, nonprofit, hospital, or pharmaceutical) - And find out how Thomson Reuters can install, configure and train you on tranSMART data annotation and bioinformatic tool integration
During this webinar, informatics specialists and oncologists from the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), the University of Maryland, and Thomson Reuters discuss the applications of a novel and comprehensive set of knowledge resources and analytical tools.
During this webinar, respiratory disease experts and Thomson Reuters will discuss: - Different aspects of asthma and COPD biology and challenges in disease research - Applicability of disease pathway analysis tools in clinical and fundamental disease research - Main features and content of the ongoing MetaMiner Respiratory Diseases project - Case studies featuring use of disease reconstruction in drug discovery - Industry member perspective on disease partnerships in the respiratory area
At the recent GeneGo UGM, I presented some of my thoughts and observations on the presence of a simple oscillatory motif in a number of GeneGo networks. I am currently studying this issue in relation to network interpretation and drug target evaluation. This presentation will expand on those thoughts, especially with respect to coupled oscillators, general physiology, and sleep. I will also attempt to show the close association between my studies of the Feldenkrais Method and applied 'Molecular Physiology.'