The Bioinformatics Seminar is co-sponsored by the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Theory of Computation group at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). The seminar series focuses on highlighting areas of research in the field of computational biology.
Time and Location
Meeting Time: 11:30 - 1:00 in room 32-G575 unless otherwise specified.
|Sep 11||David Sankoff, Univ of Ottawa||Genome rearrangement algorithms in statistical and biological perspectives|
|Sep 18||Teresa Przytycka, National Center of Biotechnology Information, NLM, NIH||Delineating dynamics of biological processes from static biological networks|
|Oct 16||Grégory Batt, BU||Combining discrete abstraction and model checking for the analysis of partially-known models of natural and synthetic gene networks|
|Oct 23||Russell Schwartz, CMU||Near-perfect Phylogeny Construction from Genetic Variation Data|
|Oct 30||W. Andrew Lorenz, BC||A Self-adaptive Random Walk Algorithm to Identify Genetic Epistatic Effects|
|Nov 6||Ken Dill, UCSF||Protein folding: Is it still a problem?|
|Nov 13||Aviv Regev, MIT Biology/Broad Institute||Natural history and evolutionary principles of gene duplication in fungi|
|Nov 20||Shamil Sunyaev, Harvard||How bad is the human genome or what can we learn from sequencing many humans?|
A listing of the Bioinformatics Seminar series home pages from prior terms.
- Spring 2017
- Spring 2016
- Spring 2015
- Spring 2013
- Spring 2011
- Spring 2010
- Spring 2009
- Fall 2008
- Fall 2007
- Spring 2007
- Fall 2006
Organizers and Information
The Bioinformatics Seminar is hosted by MIT Simons Professor of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Bonnie Berger. Professor Berger is also Associate Member of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Affiliated Faculty of Harvard Medical School.
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