WebEx Broadcast: Instructions
Participants in the ‘Methods of Translational Science’ seminar will conduct a series of exercises in biomedical discovery and translational science using emerging methods, tools and analysis adapted to accelerate the detection and use of new molecular discoveries to clinical care. Past participants have included Harvard, Children’s Hospital of Boston, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital, Mass General, the Broad Institute, two University of Wisconsin campuses (Madison and Milwaukee) and the Tokyo Medical and Dental University and have learned about and implement databases, analysis tools and web application development environments using the Amazon cloud computing environment – AWS (www.aws.amazon.com). The current Palaver will include four Methods of Translational Science Modules that will introduce an emerging discovery or translational method, explore the clinical implication of the discovery, and predict the impact on health care. Each module will include a set of lectures covering a translational project designed to encourage the use of new and emerging tools, methods and analysis relevant to the focus of the module. Lectures will include scientific background, project objectives and methods, and results and predictions.
Peter J. Tonellato, PhD, Laboratory for Personalized Medicine, CBMI, HMS
Peter_Tonellato at hms dot harvard dot edu
1- "UNESCO-L’Oreal Morocco, Imane Allali received the first prize of the best PhD student"
2- "Sequencing Step Now 'Trivial' Part of Clinical Genomics Pipeline amid Analysis, Reimbursement Challenges"
3- Bioinformatics, Medical information and Translational Medicine,