Posts Tagged "Stephan Schuerer"

Major Update to LINCS Data Portal 2.0 with New Functionalities

The Library of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) is an NIH Common Fund program with the goal of generating a large-scale and comprehensive catalogue of perturbation-response signatures by utilizing a diverse collection of: Perturbations (e.g. chemical, genetic, disease state) Model Systems (e.g. cell lines, differentiated cells, embryonic stem cells) and Sssay Types (e.g. gene expression, protein expression,...

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CCS Drug Discovery joins international NIH Data Commons Consortium

If you build it, the data will not only come, it will be standardized, accessible, and reusable by researchers around the world. With this in mind, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is creating its Data Commons initiative, and recently invited University of Miami investigators to contribute their expertise. "There is a big effort at the NIH now to bring biomedical research into the data science era. Data science including...

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Genomics meets Big Data in Illuminating the Druggable Genome

It’s part genomics*, part big data, and all about driving discoveries that could someday translate to new treatments for cancer, neurological diseases, addiction, and many other conditions, said Stephan Schürer, Ph.D.,  CCS Drug Discovery program director, and associate professor of molecular and cellular pharmacology at the UM Miller School of Medicine. The NIH’s "Illuminating the Druggable Genome" (IDG) initiative is expected to...

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Stephan Schuerer Webinar:  Human vs. Machine-Enhanced Scientific Discovery

Join Mark Musen (Stanford), Janice Kranz and Stephan Schürer (University of Miami) for CDD’s Q3 Town Hall Webinar, “Human vs. Machine-Enhanced Scientific Discovery” Listen Here We’re seeing ‘Big Data’ everywhere: healthcare, business, sports, traffic control, biology, drug discovery. The ‘behind-the-scenes’ tool enabling the power of Big Data – searching, sharing, visualizing, querying, analyzing – is the Semantic Web (aka ‘Web...

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