All seminars are held at the University Center Tower 7000 Fannin Street, 6th floor (UCT E-612 & E-614), Houston, TX 77030 at 12 p.m. (noon) CST.
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All seminars are archived on the SBMI Seminar Archive page.
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|SBMI SEMINAR SCHEDULE|
|Jan. 16||Guoning Chen||Examples of Graph-based Scientific Data Processing and Geometry Processing|
|Jan. 30||David Mayerich||Building High-Throughput Three-Dimensional Models of Tissue at the Cellular Level|
|Feb. 06||Jose-Miguel Yamal||Extensions of Statistical and Machine Learning Methods for Classification of Objects Based on Measurements of Embedded Observations within Each Object|
|Feb. 13||Deevakar Rogith||Computational ethnography: learning from EHR log data|
|Feb. 20||Anirban Maitra||Why is Pancreatic Cancer So Hard to Treat and What Can We Do About It?|
|Feb. 27||Andrew Routh||Nanopore sequencing and ClickSeq to characterize viral RNA recombination, mRNA splicing, and polyadenylation|
|Mar. 6||Pat McGinnis||Informatics as a tool for Health Insurance|
|Mar. 13||Salavat Aglyamov||Dynamic optical coherence elastography for various biomedical applications|
|Mar. 20||Spring Break - No Seminar|
|Mar. 27||Xia (Ben) Hu||Human-Centric Machine Learning|
|Apr. 3||Jiajie Zhang||State of the School|
|Apr. 10||Navin Varadarajan||Advancing cancer immunotherapy one cell at a time|
|Apr. 17||Henry Jones||TBD|
|Apr. 24||Qiang Wei/Jingcheng Du/Xinyuan Zhang||A System to Recognize Adverse Drug Events and Medications from Electronic Health Records /TBD/Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Clinical Images Using Deep Learning Algorithm|
|May 1||Todd J. Treangen||The Promise and Perils of Microbial Forensics in the Genomics Era|