About this event
Advanced molecular technologies have enabled the rapid collection of omics data that could hold the key to unlocking clues to a vast array of diseases. Arming themselves with increased multi-omic data, researchers are increasingly able to paint in-depth molecular pictures of how our omics-layers interact with each other in health and disease.
However, multi-omics analyses require thoughtful study design, and the data integration, analysis and interpretation can be laborious.
Join us for Multi-Omics ONLINE – as we discuss how studying omics layers in tandem can provide deeper insights into the hidden workings of biology.
Thursday 14th July 2022 – 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EDT
The details hidden among the omics layers can provide the next clues to novel therapies. Drug hunters are increasingly relying on large omics datasets to fuel their drug discovery efforts.
This webinar will highlight the role of multi-omics in drug discovery and showcase how this can identify novel targets.
Multi-omics single cell profiling to guide early patient diagnosis, risk stratification and treatment strategies – Romanos Sklavenitis-Pistofidis, Postdoctoral Fellow, Ghobrial Lab, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Studying the spatial context of tumor-infiltrating immune cells - Benjamin Bitler, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Thursday 21st July 2022 – 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EDT
Analysing the multiple omics layers in response to disease can provide critical insights into disease onset and progression to unlock clues into novel therapies. This webinar will focus on dissecting complex diseases with multi-omics analysis.
Multi-omics approaches for revealing the complexity of liver diseases – Adil Mardinoglu, Professor of Systems Biology, King's College London
AlzGPS: a genome-wide positioning systems platform to catalyze multi-omics for Alzheimer’s drug discovery - Feixiong Cheng, Assistant Professor Molecular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Constructing Single-cell Proteomic Maps for Assessing Disease Progression and Therapy Response in Lung Cancer Patients – Loukia Karacosta, Assistant Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Thursday 28th July 2022 – 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EDT
One of the biggest challenges with multi-omics analysis is the integration and interpretation of the datasets. This webinar will focus on methods of data integration and showcase examples of how the integration of omics layers is providing novel insights into biological research.
Deep Tensor factorization-driven multi-omics data integration - Pingzhao Hu, Associate Professor of Bioinformatics/Statistical Genetics, University of Manitoba
Multi-omics approaches to asthma – Tesfaye Mersha, Associate Professor, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Integrating multi-modal data with temporal and spatial resolution - Britta Velten, Postdoctoral Fellow, DKFZ German Cancer Research Center
Machine Learning for multi-omics data integration in cancer – Simon Cai, PhD Student, University of Sydney
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 and webinars. We also produce reports and operate a content-rich website.
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