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Join the UNC Program for Precision Medicine in Healthcare (PPMH) for Precision Health @UNC: Machine Learning & Precision Analytics, a virtual mini-symposium on April 14th from 1:00 to 3:00pm. At this interactive event, you will engage in discussion with leading Precision Medicine researchers at UNC. Presenters will explore information sources, data science tools that use the information, and the application of the resulting findings to health care. Another theme will be sources of bias in machine learning and how that bias can be minimized or eliminated.

Presenters:

Shawn Gomez, PhD: Data-driven approaches towards linking kinotype with phenotype

            Professor, Pharmacology and UNC/NC State Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

 

Amanda Nelson, MD: Machine learning for phenotyping in osteoarthritis

            Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology, Allergy, and Immunology

 

Alex Rubinsteyn, PhD: Machine learning in personalized cancer vaccine design

            Assistant Professor, Computational Medicine and Lineberger Cancer Center

 

This dynamic discussion forum will explore the breadth of Precision Health initiatives at UNC and facilitate connections between colleagues with similar research interests. We hope to see you there!

Event Agenda:

1:00-1:10 Opening remarks
1:10-1:35 Shawn Gomez presentation
1:35-2:00 Amanda Nelson presentation
2:00-2:25 Alex Rubinsteyn presentation
2:25-2:40 Breakout rooms – Q&A with individual speakers
2:40-2:55 Whole-group discussion
2:55-3:00 Closing remarks

 

Click here to register.

Email precisionmedicine@med.unc.edu for more information.