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BIH Multi-Omics Lecture Series

During the fall/winter 2020, the BIH Translation Hub Multi-Omics starts off a new online lecture series on the use of omics technologies and approaches in translational medicine.

The BIH Multi-Omics Lecture Series features discussions with leading international scientists in the fields of Bioinformatics, Genomics, Proteomics, and Metabolomics on how translational omics can become a cornerstone for translational research and personalized medicine. How can multi-omics approaches help to study disease causation and progression? How can patients benefit from pioneering omics technologies? What are the requirements for a successful implementation of omics approaches in clinical workflows?

Lecture 1: Proteomic Analysis of Cancer Internal Heterogeneity

Professor Tami Geiger, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, opened the new lecture series on 17 September 2020. She discussed how mass spectrometry-based proteomics can be used to understand cancer heterogeneity in breast cancer and melanoma.

Moderator: Dr. Philipp Mertins

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Lecture 2: Primary Epithelial Cell Models for Cystic Fibrosis Studies

Professor Jeffrey Beekman, University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht, will continue the series of lectures on 15 October 2020. His topic will be primary epithelial cell models for cystic fibrosis studies.

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Marcus Mall

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Who and what?
CANCELED: Michael Taylor (University of Toronto, CA): “Uncovering The Deep State: Metabolism, the Epigenome, and Development Conspire in Malignant Transformation of the Early Human Hindbrain”

When?
Due to the lockdown in Toronto, the lecture on Thursday, 26 November 2020, 4 – 5 pm, can unfortunately not take place.

How?
via GoToMeeting
You will receive a login link or a dial-in number as well as the access code for the BIH Multi-Omics Lecture shortly before the lecture.

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