Statistics and Genomics Seminar
Location:334 Evans Hall
Organizer: Professor Sandrine Dudoit
Program from previous semesters
For directions to Evans Hall, please consult the campus map.
Graduate Group in Computational and Genomic Biology
292, Section 013
Course control number: 76442.
2 units, register with the SF grade option.
Thursday, September 8th
Speaker: Dr. Marco Blanchette, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley.Thursday, September 15th
Title: Monitoring the level of alternatively spliced mRNA trough genome wide micro-arrays.
Speaker: Professor Torsten Hothorn, Institut fuer Medizininformatik, Biometrie und Epidemiologie Fiedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg.
Title: A Computational Framework for Conditional Inference with an Application to Unbiased Recursive Partitioning.
Thursday, September 22nd
Speaker: Qing Zhou (Wong Lab), Department of Statistics, Stanford University.
Title: Detecting Cis-Regulatory Modules by Modeling Correlated Structures in Genomic Sequences.
Thursday, September 29th
Speaker: Professor Mark J. van der Laan, Division of Biostatistics, UC Berkeley.
Title: Multiple Testing Procedures for Control of Tail Probability of Proportion of False Positives.
Thursday, October 6th
Speaker: Dr. Katherine S. Pollard, Department of Biomolecular Engineering, UC Santa Cruz.
Title: New methods for detecting lineage-specific evolution of DNA.
Thursday, October 13th
Speaker: Cyrus Harmon, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley.
Title: Generation and Analysis of Spatial Patterns of Gene Expression in Imaginal Discs.
Thursday, October 20th
Speaker: Kasper D. Hansen, Division of Biostatistics, UC Berkeley.
Title: Locating transcription factor binding sites using ChIP on chip.
Thursday, October 27th
Speaker: Ben Brown, Graduate Group in Applied Science and Technology, UC Berkeley.
Title: Multiply Conserved Non-Coding Elements: In search of functional classifications.
Thursday, November 3rd
Speaker: Richard Bourgon, Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley.
Title: Localization of transcription factor binding sites via chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) and high-density tiling arrays: an assay model, and its implications for analysis and interpretation.
Thursday, November 10th
Speaker: Professor David C. Kulp, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts.
Title: Regulatory network dependencies from genetic variation and quantitative expression profiling.
Thursday, November 17th
Speaker: Maya Petersen, Division of Biostatistics, UC Berkeley.
Title: History-Adjusted Marginal Structural Models and Time-Dependent Causal Effect Modification.
Thursday, November 24th
Thursday, December 1st
Speaker: Professor Ru-Fang Yeh, Division of Biostatistics, UCSF.
Title: Analysis issues of oligonucleotide tiling array data.
Thursday, December 8th
Speaker: Elizabeth Purdom, Department of Statistics, Stanford University.
Title: Analysis of Ecological Data: Use of Phylogenetic Trees with Diversity Measurements.