9:30 AM09:30

24th Annual Yale Science and Engineering Forum

The Yale Science and Engineering Forum is a diverse program of talks highlighting the outstanding science and engineering research being performed by your colleagues at Yale.  

Please  plan  to  join  your  colleagues  for  our annual  day  of scientific presentations and discussion by selected members of the biological, engineering, physical and life science faculties on Thursday, May 3, 2018.

This is a great opportunity to hear about important work outside your own specialty, presented at an accessible level.  

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to Mar 2

2018 Computational Genomics Winter Institute

The development of high-throughput genomic technology has transformed biomedical sciences and provides limitless potential for developing new personalized treatments for disease. However, analyzing the data generated by these technologies requires tremendous computational resources and significant computational and statistical expertise. The Computational Genomics Winter Institute (CGWI) aims to bring together researchers interested in methods development at the intersection of computational genetics and functional genomics. CGWI compliments the month-long Computational Genomics Summer Institute (CGSI) by providing a week-long intensive course in method development in genomics. 

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1:00 PM13:00

Inauguration of the Yale Center for Biomedical Data Science

  • Yale University (The Anlyan Center Auditorium) (map)
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The new field of biomedical data science has developed in response to a great increase in the amount of biomedical data, stemming from the expanding application of large-scale genomic sequencing, other large ‘omics’ data generation efforts, imaging, mobile and wearable devices, and electronic medical records. These exciting new research directions have strengths at Yale in fields ranging from basic biological research to clinical investigation. This has led to creation of the new Yale Center for Biomedical Data Science (CBDS) as a focus for our emerging data science community in computational data science and informatics. The center will enhance research at the medical school and at Yale as a whole in the broad area of biomedical data science from complex machine learning models, to simulations of molecular, cellular, and organismic systems. CBDS will act as a hub for educational activities related to data science and will provide a community for investigators university-wide with research interests in biomedical data science. This Dean’s Workshop will introduce the new center and highlight faculty from many departments across Yale with a focus on the large amounts of data and ensuing analyses.


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to Jan 21

Yale Healthcare Hackathon

From the Yale Healthcare Hackathon: A healthcare hackathon is an event in which people with diverse perspectives such as clinicians, engineers, designers, software developers, business people, and patients come together in an intense, fun-filled, three-day weekend to develop solutions that could address challenges facing healthcare today. Participants will form teams, collaborate within a limited time frame, and focus on a specific problem or idea in healthcare to come up with innovative ideas and solutions.

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