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Prof. Dr. Claudia Langenberg

BIH Lecture

In our next Online BIH Lecture on 10 September 2021, Prof. Dr. Claudia Langenberg, BIH Professor of Computational Medicine at the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) will speak about her work, its importance to translational medicine, and the related challenges. Recent technological advances now enable in-depth assessment of blood based 'omic' markers at scale. Claudia Langenberg and her team combine genomic with metabolomic and proteomic data to define the genetic architecture of thousands of ‘omic’ traits and integrate data from different platforms and studies to maximize power for the identification of genetic variants associated with life-long differences in metabolite and protein levels and enable investigation of their relevance for disease aetiology and prediction.

About the speaker

Claudia Langenberg is Professor of Computational Medicine at the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) and MRC Investigator and Programme Leader at the MRC Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge. She studied medicine in Münster, Germany, and moved to the United Kingdom and the United Stated to obtain her master’s and PhD in epidemiology and specialist clinical training in public health medicine. Her research focuses on the genetic basis of metabolic control, and her team studies its effects on health through integration of molecular with clinical data in large-scale patient and population-based studies.



The lecture will be held online via GoToMeeting. To participate in the lecture, please register here. The registration will be open until maximal participant capacity is reached.

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10 September 2021
12:00 pm

online via GoToMeeting
A login-link or dial-in number for the phone as well as an access code for the BIH Lecture will be provided the evening before the event.

Please register here. Registration is open until the maximum number of participants is reached.



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