Computational Genomics Research SeminarThe computational genomics group seminar is devoted to various aspects of computational biology in a broad context. We also are very interested in "pure" biology talks that bring up computational problems. The forum includes group members as well as other TAU researchers involved in the interplay between computation and biology. The setting is very informal and allows for maximal interaction between the speaker and the audience. Depending on the speaker's wish, we either make the seminar for group members only, or announce it on the Bioinformatics Network of Tel Aviv University.
We usually reserve at least an hour for the talk followed by discussion which may be extended over lunch. Seminars are being held on Wednesdays 11:15-13:00 at 309 Shreiber building on the Tel-Aviv University Campus (near Bet Hatefutzot).
Coordinator: Dvir Netanely
If you want to be added to the mailing list of the seminar, please email the coordinator.
|27.7.2016||Fabio Vandin||Algorithms for finding significant combinations of mutations in cancer|
|9.11.2016||Dan Landau||Genetic and Epigenetic Determinants of Leukemia Evolution|
|14.12.2016||Ran Balicer||Data-driven innovation in healthcare||21.12.2016||Yaniv Erlich||Genetic Media|
Past years meetings
|Spring 2004||Fall 2004||Spring 2003||Fall 2003||2002||2001||1998-2000|