Symposium of Mathematical Genomics Day 1

Multiple Guest Speakers

Irving Cancer Research Center
1130 St. Nicholas Avenue
Room 116
New York, NY 10032

Columbia's Program for Mathematical Genomics (PMG) is hosting the Symposium of Mathematical Genomics over 2 days, January 17th and 24th, at the Florence Irving Auditorium, ICRC 1st floor, 1130 St. Nicholas Ave. Registration is not required. For more information, email Sophie Thuault-Restituito,

Program Details:

Thursday January 17th:

9:00 -9:40 am: Alexander Young, PhD, University of Oxford, UK

Disentangling nature and nurture using genomic family data

9:40-10:20 am: Farhad Hormozdiari, PhD, Harvard and the Broad Institute

Statistical methods to understand the genetic architecture of complex traits

10:40-11:20 am: Geoffrey Fundenberg PhD, UCSF

Physical biology of the genome  

11:20-12:00 pm: Noemi Andor PhD, Stanford University

Evolving Perspectives on the Genomic Instability and Fitness of Coexisting Tumor Clones


Thursday January 24th:

9:00 -9:40 am: Steven Gazal, PhD, Harvard School of Public Health

Impact of negative selection on disease genetic architectures

9:40-10:20 am: Elham Azizi, PhD, MSKCC

Probabilistic modeling of heterogeneous cell states in the tumor microenvironment

10:40-11:20 am: Anat Kreimer, PhD, University of California Berkeley

From (epi-) genomes to transcriptomes: massively parallel inference of regulatory determinants during neural induction

11:20-12:00 pm: David Van Dijk, PhD, Yale University

Manifold learning uncovers hidden structure in complex cellular state space

Event Series Name
PMG Symposium
Raul Rabadan, PhD

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1-17-2019 09:00:00
1-17-2019 12:00:00
Symposium of Mathematical Genomics
Symposium of Mathematical Genomics 1/17 and 1/24.
Florence Irving Auditorium