PB HLTH 295, Section 004
Statistics and Genomics Seminar

Spring 2015

[Practical Matters] [Schedule] [Abstracts]

Practical Matters

Thursday, 16:10-17:00

1011 Evans Hall (Campus map)

Professor Sandrine Dudoit

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Course registration information
PB HLTH 295, Section 004
Course control number: 76291
N.B. SU grade option only, maximum of 2 units
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Program from previous semesters.

Center for Computational Biology.


Thursday, January 22nd
Speaker: Peng Ding, Department of Statistics, Harvard University
Title: Treatment Effect Heterogeneity

Thursday, January 29th
Speaker: Allon Wagner, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Title: Drugs that Reverse Disease Transcriptomic Signatures are More Effective in a Mouse Model of Dyslipidemia

Thursday, February 5th
Speaker: Dr. Wenjing Zheng, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, UC San Francisco
Title: When Covariate-Adjusted Response-Adaptive RCT meets Data-adaptive Loss-based Estimation

Thursday, February 12th
Speaker: Professor Rastislav Bodik, Computer Science Division, UC Berkeley
Title: Inference of Executable Biological Models

Thursday, February 19th
Speaker: Professor Nicholas Ingolia, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley
Title: Genome-wide Profiling of Translation Initiation and Protein Synthesis

Thursday, February 26th
Speaker: Dr. Jerod Parsons, Stanford/National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) Advances in Biomedical Measurement Science (ABMS) Program
Title: Using Mixtures of Biological Samples as Genome-Wide Controls

Thursday, March 5th
Speaker: Shuang Feng, Department of Biostatistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Title: Powerful Design and Association Methods for Next-generation Sequencing Studies

Thursday, March 12th

Thursday, March 19th
Speaker: Dr. James Y. Zou, Microsoft Research New England and MIT
Title: A Genetic and Socio-Economic Study of Mate Choice in Latinos Reveals Novel Assortment Patterns

Thursday, March 26th
Spring recess

Thursday, April 2nd
Speaker: Morgane Pierre-Jean, Laboratoire Statistique et Genome, UMR CNRS 8071, USC INRA
Title: Non Parametric DNA Copy Number Segmentation Using Kernels

Thursday, April 9th
Speaker: Dr. Philip Brennecke, Department of Genetics, Stanford University
Title: Accounting for Technical Noise in Single-Cell RNA-Seq Experiments

Thursday, April 16th
Speaker: Professor Jean-Philippe Vert, Mines ParisTech and Institut Curie, Paris, France
Title: A Convex Formulation for Joint RNA Isoform Detection and Quantification from Multiple RNA-Seq Samples

Thursday, April 23rd
Speaker: Dr. James Bullard, Whole Biome
Title: Statistical and Algorithmic Challenges at Whole Biome

Thursday, April 30th
Speaker: Marcus Stoiber, Graduate Group in Biostatistics, UC Berkeley
Title: The Early Response to Ecdysone in 41 Diverse Cell Lines