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Novel Forms of ’Omics Data
29 April 2016
The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research is running 15 courses over three weeks. The courses include practical introductions to hospital informatics, machine learning, text mining, data visualisation and genomic medicine.
This course is aimed at those who want to learn about the application of data derived from an analysis of the genome, the proteome and the metabolome. The course explains how these ‘omics technologies are applied to different phases of the drug development process; these include target selection, validation and trial design. The teachers include people with expertise on the technology and others with experience in its application, including experts from industry as well as academia.
More information and to book
For more information please visit the course webpages, or email the course administrator. The course costs £375.00 (no VAT). Staff working in UCLH or other UCLPartners trusts can use the voucher code FARRUCLP to obtain a 10% discount.
The Farr Institute London is led from University College London, in partnership with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, Public Health England, and UCLPartners.