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Bioinformatics Training and Education Program

november, 2021

17nov4:30 pm5:30 pmMICROBIOME ANALYSESCOMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE IN IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY

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Faculty: Joao Xavier, PhD – Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; NCI CSBC

Moderator: Matthew J. Reilley, MD – University of Virginia

Target Audience
This series will serve as an excellent resource for all stakeholders interested in expanding their knowledge in computation immune-oncology. Specifically, early career scientists who want to further their training in computational immuno-oncology, as well as more senior career individuals who want to implement these techniques for the first time will greatly benefit from the series.

Learning Objectives
A key goal of this training program is to ensure participants remain on the cutting edge of computational immuno-oncology, to increase the participants’ awareness of the NCI-supported Cancer Moonshot Immunotherapy Networks, to enhance scientific engagements between the Cancer Moonshot(SM) Immunotherapy Networks and the broader cancer immunotherapy community, and to fulfill the Blue Ribbon Panel goal of acceleration of progress in cancer research.

Series Organizers
Kellie N. Smith, PhD – Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Big Data and Data Sharing Committee, Chair
Song Liu, PhD – Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, NCI Cancer Moonshot IOTN & DRSN
Big Data and Data Sharing Committee, Co-Chair
Alan Hutson, PhD – Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, NCI Cancer Moonshot IOTN & DRSN
Big Data and Data Sharing Committee, Immediate Past Chair
Carsten Krieg, PhD – Medical University of South Carolina
Big Data and Data Sharing Committee, Member

 

 

Time

(Wednesday) 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Location

Online

Organizer

NCI and the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC)

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