Thursday 23rd June 2011, at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS
The inaugural CLMS Network Symposium, entitled “The role of computation in predictive life and medical sciences” was aimed at all interested individuals working at UCL and UCL Partners. The Symposium covered a wide range of life and medical sciences activities, all exploiting modern computational/IT methods; translational research and clinical impact of such approaches were addressed. The meeting also discussed many of the services provided within UCL and UCLP for people working in these fields, including state of the art genome sequencing facilities and the new Research Data storage service.
A number of posters showcasing research across computational life and medical science at UCL were also presented.
The abstracts and presentations (where available) for all speakers are below:
- Prof Norbert Graf (University of Saarland, Germany) [abstract] [presentation - note this is 25.6MB]
- Prof Nic Smith (Kings College London) [abstract]
- Prof Alison Noble (Oxford University) [abstract]
- Dr Ken Lunn (Department of Health Informatics Directorate) [abstract] [presentation]
- Prof Paul Kellam (UCL and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute) [abstract]
- Prof David Hawkes (UCL) [abstract]
- Prof Dipak Kalra (UCL) [abstract] [presentation]
- Dr Francesco Lescai (UCL) [abstract]
- Gavin McLachlan (UCL) [abstract] [presentation]
- Clare Gryce (UCL) [abstract] [presentation]
- Tony Lezard (UCL Partners) [abstract]
- Prof Patrick Maxwell (UCL) [abstract] [presentation]