User: Yuri Tolkach

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Yuri Tolkach40
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I am a pathologist, who works in University Clinic of Bonn.

I have interest in cancer genetics and, especially, prostate cancer research.

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Comment: A: Cooperation for scientific project (python, deep learning, image recognition, hi
... For all additional questions please contact me through yuri.tolkach@gmail.com ...
written 17 months ago by Yuri Tolkach40
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Comment: A: Cooperation for scientific project (python, deep learning, image recognition, hi
... There is no open position associated with this project. That's a rather pilot project we are doing at University Clinic of Bonn. The work is supposed to be at-distance, maybe 3-4 hours pro week. The project is about using convnets for recognizing tumor, subtyping the tumor in histological sections. ...
written 17 months ago by Yuri Tolkach40
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Comment: A: Bioinformatics experience in programming
... Hi Lucas, if you are proficient in python, I am working on the project with a rather simple python in the field of deep learning for image recognition. If you are interested to gather experience and looking for scientific publications also, I would be happy to discuss this in more details with you. ...
written 17 months ago by Yuri Tolkach40
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Forum: Cooperation for scientific project (python, deep learning, image recognition, histological images)
... I am looking for someone (maybe student) who knows python (good), keras (basics or advanced), tensorflow (basics or advanced) and who can participate in a small project concerning image recognition in histological slides. A publication is planned. Kind regards, Yuri ...
python image recognition deep learning forum job written 17 months ago by Yuri Tolkach40 • updated 17 months ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 83k
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Comment: A: TCGA data: CNV SNP 6.0 vs LowPass DNAseq
... Dear Cyriac, thank you very much for answer. As I have understood, CNV is for global evaluation and is poor at single gene resolution. DNAseq is method of choice for this aim. To the question of the intratumoral heterogeneity and clonality, TCGA does not account for it. This is simply to accept an ...
written 3.7 years ago by Yuri Tolkach40
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TCGA data: CNV SNP 6.0 vs LowPass DNAseq
... A have a question regarding the differences in CNV capture between the SNP 6.0 and LowPass DNAseq. I would appreciate when someone could answer it. I have made a comparison between the results of these two methods and found out the dramatic differences: -SNP 6.0 captures commonly large segments of ...
dnaseq tcga cnv snp written 3.7 years ago by Yuri Tolkach40

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