News:Webinar: Multi-omics: Challenges, opportunities and application to biomarker discovery
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Greetings from Persistent LABS !!

We are glad to announce the webinar on "Multi-omics: Challenges, opportunities and application to biomarker discovery" on

Thursday, 29th of June, 2017 at 11 AM IST (GMT: 5.30 AM) and

Thursday, 29th of June, 2017 at 7 PM IST (GMT: 1.30 PM)

Click on the following link to register:

About Webinar

High throughput sequencing technologies have revolutionized the world and the generation of biological data is growing at an unprecedented rate. Biological data from multi-dimensional information levels like genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and epigenomics are highly inter-connected and when combined can provide meaningful insights. In this webinar, we will focus on the advantages and applications of integrative analysis of multiple omics data. We will discuss the challenges in multi-omics data analysis along with a case study on biomarker discovery.

During the webinar, our speaker will -

1) Discuss the current challenges in multi-omics data integration and analysis

2) Explain the applications of multi-omics data analysis and current market needs

3) Present a use-case on integrative analysis to classify samples and identify putative biomarkers using Machine Learning methods

4) Answer your questions live during the broadcast

About Speaker

Dr. Vivek Singh is a Senior Scientist at LABS, Persistent Systems and has huge experience in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology research. Vivek is currently leading the Multi-omics group at Persistent LABS. Vivek has earned his Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from University of Pune, Pune. Prior to joining Persistent Systems, he was with AstraZeneca R&D at Bangalore working on Systems Biology approaches towards drug target prioritization.

Please send your questions, comments and feedback to:


Persistent LABS

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The day mentioned in the link seems incorrect; it should have been "Thursday".

Wednesday, 29th of June, 2017 at 11 AM IST (GMT: 5.30 AM)
Wednesday, 29th of June, 2017 at 7 PM IST (GMT: 1.30 PM)

Though, it's mentioned in the post correctly, but might be confusing for interested candidates!

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Oops...Thanks Vijay for pointing this out. Upon registration they get right date n time in their calendar :). Nice observation...


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