18 May 2016
Time: 1:00 - 3:00pm
Venue: Mile End
The next LSI Computational Biology workshop will be on Wednesday 18 May, 13.00-14.00 hrs at Mile End. The workshops are designed to bring together people from across QMUL to discuss computational biology in an informal setting.
The speakers are:
Dayem Ullah: "Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund tissue bank data portal"
Yannick Wurm: “Ants and bees (and tools)”.
The talks will be followed by networking. Lunch will be provided.
These events, organised by Professor Conrad Bessant and Dr Claude Chela, are proving very popular, and show how much interest there is in computational biology across QMUL.
The workshops are normally held on a monthly basis, but will be bi-monthly over the summer, with the next one taking place on 20 July. They are open to anyone at QMUL with an interest in computational biology, be they staff or students, so please feel free to pass this invitation to anyone you feel may be interested. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.