The Icahn Institute at Mount Sinai and Nature Reviews Genetics have launched a new seminar series, Genomics, Big Data and Medicine (GBM).
Our seminars are dedicated to the critical intersection of GBM, delving into “bleeding edge” technology and approaches that will deeply shape the future. The seminar format will be an hour lecture followed by 30 minutes of moderated Q&A. We seek to foster lively and thought-provoking dialogue to hash out the best ways to make the application of genomics technologies and analysis of big data transformative in personal medical care.
Past speakers include Dr. Eric Green, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, Dr. George Church, Director of PersonalGenomes.org, and Dr. Eric Topol, Director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth Lange, Rosenfeld Professor of Computational Genomics, Professor of Biomathematics, Human Genetics, and Statistics at UCLA School of Medicine
Date: Monday, May 2, 2016
Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Location: Davis Auditorium, 1470 Madison Ave at 101st Street, 2nd Floor
Dr. Lange's research interests include human genetics, population modeling, biomedical imaging, computational statistics, optimization theory, and stochastic processes. He and collaborators have produced the genetic analysis programs Mendel, SimWalk, and Admixture. He has also authored five books in the areas of genetics, applied mathematics, and statistics.
Eric Schadt, PhD
Professor and Chair, Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences
Pamela Sklar, MD
Professor, Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Genetic and Genomic Sciences
Judy Cho, MD
Director, The Charles Bronfman Institute for Personalized Medicine
Senior Editor, Nature