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We are now firmly in the era of big data and researchers have an increasing amount of data at their fingertips. However, one of the biggest challenges still faced is the integration and interpretation of the diverse large-scale omics datasets in a way that provides biological insights and derives causative relationships to disease. This requires the development of tools and experimental methods to follow up on hypotheses generated by our data. Together, this will allow us to answer novel questions and identify causative relationships to disease. But, where do we start?
Join us for this three-part series as leading researchers dive into methods of collection of multi-omics data, address the challenges of data integration and analysis, and share success stories of how this type of analysis is fuelling research and the development of new therapeutics.
This webinar will highlight research from drug hunters using diverse datasets to identify novel therapeutic intervention opportunities.
Democratising drug development using genomics – Aroon Hingorani, Chair of Genetic Epidemiology, University College London
Multiomics in drug development: what we gain, what we lose - Paul Agapow, Statistics and Data Science Innovation Hub, GSK
Other webinars in this series:
The coupling of diverse datasets has enabled rapid advances in the understanding of complex networks. This webinar will focus on case studies of combining diverse datasets for the understanding of mechanisms in human diseases.
Function of chromatin regulators linked to neurodevelopmental disorders – Kyung-Min Noh, Group Leader, EMBL Heidelberg Germany
Integrating epigenetics to construct gene regulatory networks – Abhijeet Sonawane, Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Significant bioinformatic challenges remain with data integration, visualisation, and interpretation. This webinar will focus on case studies showcasing the methods of data integration and address the challenges of this type of data analysis.
Multi-omics data integration: strategies and techniques – Takoua Jendoubi, Lecturer in Statistical Science, University College London
Mergeomics/Pharmomics - tools for multiomics integration and network-based medicine – Xia Yang, Professor, Integrative Biology & Physiology, The University of California
Modelling, integrating, and searching processed genomic datasets – Anna Bernasconi, Post-doctoral Researcher, Politecnico di Milano
Front Line Genomics is a genomics-focused media company, with a social mission to deliver the benefits of genomics to patients faster. We organise the Festival of Genomics, digital events, reports, webinars and digital events, as well as operating a content-rich website.
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