- 7/27/17 - Tiffany Callahan
- 8/24/17 - Laura Stevens
- 9/28/17 - Brian Ross
- 10/26/17 Sean Jacobsons
Seminars during Current Academic Year
6/22/17 - Brian Ross - Computational Bioscience Program - Mutual information methods for network reconstruction: why they are awesome and could be improved (Presentation).
5/25/17 - Jim Costello - Department of Pharmacology - Drug resistance mechanisms in colorectal cancer dissected with cell type- specific dynamic logic models (Presentation).
4/27/17 - Alexandria Jensen - Department of Biostatistics - Resistance Perturbation Distance Kernel Regression for Prediction of Biological Phenotypes in fMRI (Presentation).
3/23/17 - Ryan Lusk - Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Bayesian Networks with Examples in R (Presentation).
2/23/17 - Sonia M. Leach - Director of Bioinformatics, Center for Genes, Environment and Health, National Jewish Health - "BGRMI: A method for inferring gene regulatory networks from time-course expression data and its application in breast cancer research." (Nature - Scientific Reports | 6:37140 | DOI: 10.1038/srep37140)
1/26/17 - jimi adams - Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences - "Unbounded Knowledge: Integrating Science Across Disciplines."
12/2/16 - Brian Ross - Computational Biosciences Program - "Why does deep and cheap
learning work so well?" Reference.
11/4/16 - K.C. Anderson - Computational Biosciences Program - "Deep learning for clustering: Hyper awesome? Or just hype?" Reference.
10/21/16 - Holly Weeks - Colorado School of Public Health - "Creating a realistic logic-based prostate gene network for Boolean modeling." Reference.
10/7/16 - Open discussion: "Methods for the integration of multi-omics data: mathematical aspects." Reference.
9/23/16 - Katerina Kechris - Biostatistics and Informatics - "Similarity network fusion for aggregating data types on a genomic scale." Reference.
9/9/16 - Special joint event with the Bioinformatics Journal Club, 11:00-12:00, RC 2, Third Floor Conf Rm 3109 (not the usual time and location) - W. Jenny Shi - Computational Bioscience Program - "Stability-driven nonnegative matrix factorization to interpret spatial gene expression and build local gene networks." Links to Reference 1 and Reference 2.
Seminars during 2015-2016 Academic Year
1/15/2016 - W. Jenny Shi from the Computational Bioscience Program presenting the following paper: Review on Statistical Methods for Gene Network Reconstruction Using Expression Data
1/29/2016 - Prof. James Costello with the Pharmacology Program and the Computational Bioscience Program, presenting the following paper: Wisdom of Crowds for Robust Gene Network Inference
2/12/2016 - Lauren Vanderlinden with the Colorado Biostatistics Consortium, discussing WGCNA a Network Application: Whole Brain & Brain Regional Co-expression Network Interactions
2/26/16 - RC1 North, Room 6123 (not usual location) - Brian Ross from the Computational Biosciences Program presenting "Simulating a cell" with the paper: A Whole-Cell Computational Model Predicts Phenotype from Genotype and connecting it to one of his projects.
3/11/2016 - Michael Schaffer from the Computational Biosciences Program presenting "Methods for Creating Correlation Networks in Compositional Data" (reference papers: Paper-1 and Paper-2)
3/25/16 - W. Jenny Shi from the Computational Biosciences Program presenting "Back to the Basics" Descriptive Analysis of Network Graph Characteristics."
4/8/16 - 2016 Mini-Symposium: The Power of Informatics to Advance Health. Registration is free but required. View the schedule and to register.
4/22/16 - Rani Schwindt of the Computational Biosciences Program presenting "Network-based patient stratificationfor identifying clinical stubypes" (Nature paper).
5/6/16 - Sunita Sharma from the School of Medicine - Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care presenting "Integrative genomics and identifying the fetal origin of asthma."
5/20/16 - Sonia Leach - Department of Biomedical Research at National Jewish Health and the Computational Bioscience program at CU Anschutz - "Methods identify active subnets." Reference 1. Reference 2. Reference 3. Reference 4.
6/3/16 - Cody Glickman - Computational Bioscience Program - "Co-Occurrence Networks to Infer Host-Pathogen Interactions in the Lung."