Posted in : Biology
NETA New York branch organized its first “NETA Talks Series” on November 6, 2013 at NYU. Dr. Mehmet Baysan made a presentation. His topic was “How Computers Unravel the Ancient Secrets of Genes?”
He beriefly talked about how modern computers play a crucial role in the analyses of vast genomic data. His talk included a brief introduction to bioinformatics, some recent results in his lab and future insights for genomics.
Dr. Baysan conducts research in cancer genomics using computational biology techniques. He analyzes multi-dimensional tumor data to develop better therapy for patients with brain tumors.
NETA Talks Series aims to bring together scientists in New York Metropolitan Area to provide them a platform for sharing their expertise and ideas for networking and for seeking collaboration opportunities.
Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Venue: New York University Langone Medical Center
522 First Avenue, Smilow 13th floor conference room
Keywords: Computational biology