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    Education: Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) and Pine Biotech offer hands-on training for executives, faculty and students interested in biomedical data science
    Submitted by Elia Brodsky; posted on Friday, July 20, 2018

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    August 8, 2018
    Fremont, CA, USA
    www.eventbrite.com/e/ha[...]90590

    Keck Graduate Institute is hosting a workshop with Pine Biotech CEO, Elia Brodsky and Dr. Kasthuri Kannan, professor of pathology from NYU Langone Medical School to discuss Machine Learning for Biomedical Data – a workshop session about tools, practices and applications.

    The workshop is perfect for management seeking hands-on experience for big data analytics in life sciences.

    This hands-on workshop will cover:
    • Processing steps for high-throughput "big" datasets
    • Exploring high throughput data (RNA-seq)
    • Preparation of gene and isoform expression data for machine learning
    And more

    During the workshop, participants will use the online T-Bioinfo platform which combines public domain and proprietary methods for processing, analysis, and integration of all types of -omics datasets.

    KGI is collaborating with Pine Biotech to deliver this outstanding workshop.

    Pine Biotech is on a mission to simplify bioinformatics and enable scientific discovery through their powerful multi-omics analysis platform, T-BIOINFO. Their goal is to bring the exciting new capabilities of big omics data analysis and integration into the hands of biomedical researchers through a simple and intuitive interface, innovative algorithms, integration, and visualization. They believe that in the hands of an increasing number of people, their platform will enable discoveries that will enhance human health and well being.

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