Welcome to BINF704 Fall2014!!. Jeff Solka Ph.D. Course Philosophy. This is the first attempt to design a colloquia course that can be executed remotely. A portion of the course is executed asynchronously Your review of the talks that I have selected
Jeff Solka Ph.D.
WOULD YOU BE OK WITH MOVING THE START TIME TO 5:00?
Warren M. GrillProfessor, Biomedical Engineering, Pratt School of EngineeringDuke Institute for Brain Sciences"Temporal Patterns of Deep Brain Stimulation: From Mechanisms to Therapeutic Innovation"
Claire J. TomlinEECS, UC Berkeley"Data-driven identification of genetic regulatory networks in cancer"
Steven L. Salzberg **Director, Center for Computational BiologyMcKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine"Computational Challenges of Next-Generation Genome Sequence Analysis"
Andrew Post, MD, PhD,Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Emory University"Bright ideas lurking in clinical data: finding the meaning in medical records for research and quality"
Mark Musen, M.D., Ph.D.Professor of Medicine (Biomedical Informatics), Stanford University"Philosophy and reason as elements of computer-based decision support: A plea to stop searching for our keys only where the light is"
Nicholas J. Schork, PhDScripps/UCSD"Enabling Genomic and Individualized Medicine: Strategies and Challenges"
Bonnie Berger Ph.D.
“Computational Biology in the 21st Century: Making Sense out of Massive Data”
25 pts - Presentation Content
25 pts - Organization of the Talk
25 pts - Student's Understanding of Material
25 pts - Question and Answer Session
GRADING - Students grades will be calculated in the following manner.20% Quiz Grades40% Course Presentation40% Presentation Write-upsGrading will be on the following scale. 93-100 (A), 90-92 (A-), 87-89 (B+), 83-86 (B), 80-82(B-), less than 80 (C). Student averages will be rounded to the closest integer to determine final letter grades.