Cape Town, South Africa
16 – 18 November 2022
Stefano Cacciatore (ICGEB Cape Town, South Africa)
ICGEB Cape Town Component
In collaboration with
Deadline for receipt of applications:
18 September 2022
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
With the advent of modern-day technologies and the increasing of publicly available large-scale biological data, the bottleneck in biological discovery has shifted from the cost of doing experiments to that of analyzing results. The challenge now lies in interpreting them in a biological valuable manner.
Impact of batch effects on scientific inference, Unsupervised learning methods to facilitate the identification of patterns representing underlying phenotypes, Classification and regression methods and their accuracy evaluation using cross-validation approach, Functional enrichment analysis to extract biological insights from gene expression data, Deconvolution approaches to retrieve underneath profiles.
Researchers involved in the field of omics research. Poster session will be organized. Student and junior scientists are welcome to participate. Registration fees will be Euro 100.
Participants are expected to cover their own travel and living costs. A limited number of grants covering accommodation (twin share) and local hospitality for the duration of the course are available to a selected number of ICGEB member States.
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Rm S2.19, Wernher and Beit Building (South)
UCT Medical Campus
Anzio Road – Observatory 7925
Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: +27-21-406 6335
Fax: +27-21-406 6060