Annual Symposium of the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute, organised in collaboration with Cambridge University Health Partners, with sponsorship from AstraZeneca and ARM
This one-day event will cover a wide range of Research Departments from Astronomy to Engineering, involving speakers from diverse backgrounds across the University and region. This year’s Symposium will feature a strong focus on health and health research.
Outline of the day: 09:00 – 17:15 (coffee and registration from 08:30; drinks reception until 18:15)
Sergio Bacallado (DPMMS) A Bayesian mixed model for the analysis of microbial populations
Jonathan Cairns (Babraham Institute) Understanding the function of non-coding disease mutations with 3D genomics
Erik Clark (Zoology) Dynamical models of insect segment patterning
Ali Dariush (Astronomy) A multi-disciplinary approach towards analyzing medical imaging data
Lydia Drumright (Medicine) Intelligent use of routinely collected data (and samples): increasing research efficiency and transforming medical care?
James Liley (Dept of Medicine) Characterisation of genetic heterogeneity in disease
John Marioni (CRUK CI/EBI) computational methods for single-cell transcriptomics
Keith McNeil (NHS England) Keynote Address
Andreas Petrides (Engineering) Substrate enzyme-sequestration in multisite protein phosphorylation
Aylwyn Scally (Genetics) Patterns and processes of germline mutation
Gopi Shah (CRUK CI) Light sheet microscopy: prospects and challenges of high speed volume imaging