Posts Tagged "Enrico Capobianco"



CCS presents poster at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 12/6-10/16

This Symposium is designed to provide state-of-the-art information on the experimental biology, etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of breast cancer and premalignant breast disease, to an international audience of academic and private physicians and researchers involved in breast cancer in medical, surgical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology, as well as to other appropriate health care professionals. The scientific program...

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The Role of EHRs, Digital Biomarkers, and Big Data, in Prevention and Diagnosis

With the rise of digital biomarkers, its role in precision medicine has become an important area of interest, something which is destined to continue due to Electronic Health Records (EHR).   It's important to keep in mind the limitations and problems that appear on the horizon. Among these problems are geo-differentiation and ethnic balance, generation of protocols for sharing digital information, and transferability of...

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Networks Science in Systems Medicine, Cancer Applications and More, Thursday 1/28/2016

Speaker Enrico Capobianco, PhD Lead Bioinformatics Scientist CCS Computational Biology & Bioinformatics Program Where UM School of Medicine, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, Conference Room 1301 When Thursday, January 28, 2016 | 3:00-4:00 PM Abstract Network science is a mature discipline, and in both systems biology and systems medicine applications, offers a variety of methodological tools useful for integrative inference...

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Smart Cities, Big Data, and Communities Lunch & Learn, Thursday 12/3/2015

Smart Cities, Big Data and Communities: Reasoning from the Viewpoint of Attractors In what sense is a city smart? There are established entities defining this rich area of cross-disciplinary studies, and they refer to social, technical, economic and political factors that keep evolving, thus offering opportunities for constant refinement of the concept of smart city. The emerging properties are mostly contextual, and affect urban data...

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2013-2014 CCS Fellows Selected

2013-2014 CCS Fellows:   Congratulations to our 2013-2014 CCS Fellows for successful completion of the program.     Wei Wu.  Graduate CCS Fellow, worked with Dr. Athula Wikramanayake, Department of Biology, and Dr. Enrico Capobianco, CCS’ Senior Lead Bioinformatics Scientist. Project:  Protein networks within the Wnt signaling pathway.   Zhi Liu.  Graduate CCS Fellow, worked with Dr. Gary Beecham, Dr. John T. Foundation...

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