[talks] Today: Computational Functional Genomics or "What to do with all this Data?"
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Wed Feb 14 11:40:11 EST 2007
** Program in Integrative Information, Computer and Application Sciences
** TALK TODAY--Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Computation and Data Analysis in Biology and Information Sciences
TITLE: Computational Functional Genomics or "What to do with all this
SPEAKER: Olga Troyanskaya, Computer Science & Lewis Sigler Institute,
TIME: Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Seminar begins at 12:30 p.m. (lunch provided ~12:20)
LOCATION: Room 402, Computer Science, Princeton University
Assigning protein function and modeling their interactions in biological
networks is a key challenge in modern systems biology. Broad
availability of diverse functional genomic data such as microarray and
protein interaction studies should enable fast and accurate generation
of functional predictions and network models through computational
prediction and experimental validation. However, these data remain
vastly underutilized due to their biological and experimental diversity,
high noise levels, and computational and semantic complexity. I will
discuss challenges and offer some computational solutions in extracting
from these functional genomic data biological knowledge about protein
function, regulation, and interactions.
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