Chiara Sabatti, Faculty Director of our longstanding Workshop in Biostatistics Series, attends the 2018 Symposium. 

Workshops in Biostatistics (BIODS/STATS 260)

Open to enrolled students and all members of the Stanford community.

Receiving Credit for Attending a Workshop Seminar

Students who wish to receive two credits must write an essay summarizing one of the seminars and discussing it critically in the context of the background readings.

Because the Biostatistics Workshop doubles as a class, the current university response to the pandemic requires us to restrict in-person attendance to Stanford students, faculty and staff. We hope to be able to revise these restrictions soon and welcome back all our biostatistics workshop community.

Suggestions and self-nominations for seminar speakers and topics are welcome.

The Workshop is held from 1:30-3:00pm in MSOB x303

Fall 2022 Calendar

DATE INVESTIGATOR PRESENTATION TITLE

9/29

 

Ajit Johnson Nirmal

The Spatial Landscape of Progression and Immunoediting in Primary Melanoma at Single-Cell Resolution

Abstract and suggested readings

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10/6

Roxana Daneshjou

Precision health for all: developing inclusive datasets and algorithms

Abstract and suggested readings

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10/13

 

Lynn Petukhova

Leveraging Information in the Human Genome to Improve Skin Health and to Advance the Practice of Dermatology

Abstract and suggested readings

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10/20

DBDS SEMINAR
 Lee Hood

Data-Driven Science of Wellness and Prevention: A 2nd Human Genome Project

Abstract and suggested readings

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10/27

 

Adrian Buganza Tepole  Data-driven skin biophysics  

Abstract and suggested readings

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11/3

 

David Van Valen

Everything as Code

Abstract

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11/10

 

Liana Lareau

Revealing patterns of alternative splicing in single cells

Abstract

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11/17

Lorin Crawford


Machine Learning for Human Genetics: A Multi-Scale View on Complex Traits and Disease

Abstract

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12/1



Marina Sirota


Leveraging Molecular and Clinical Data to Improve Women’s Health in the Era of Precision Medicine

Abstract

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12/8

Elisa Celis


TBA

Winter 2023 Calendar

DATE INVESTIGATOR PRESENTATION TITLE

1/12

 

Alex Ioannidis

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1/19

TBA

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1/26

 

 

TBA

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2/2

TBA

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2/9

 

TBA More info to come

2/16

 

TBA

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2/23

 

TBA

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3/2

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3/9



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3/16

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DBDS on Diversity

We are committed to our historical and ongoing mission to use biomedical data science to improve human health. A cornerstone of this mission is diversity, reflected in embracing a breadth of complementary research interests, research styles, and a diverse and inclusive community. DBDS recognizes that we have significant work to do in shaping our future as we work towards achieving justice, equity, diversity and inclusion throughout our work and operations, our research and activities, and our professional relationships and partnerships.


Stanford's Land Acknowledgment Statement

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This acknowledgment has been developed in collaboration with the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe.