Early 2022 - Exact Date TBA

Microbiome: Inside Out

Emerging Approaches Using Systems Biology & Machine Learning for Microbiome Research

DigiBase are excited to be hosting the Microbiome Inside Out: Emerging Approaches Using Systems Biology & Machine Learning for Microbiome Research online event, set to take place in early 2022!

Human Microbiome research is rapidly evolving, and an advancing conversation lies heavily within network-based and translational systems biology, to help further our understanding of the link between the gut microbiota & the full human biological system.

This event will provide a platform to discuss the challenges that researchers and clinicians face with treating diseases and how Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Systems Biology can help unlock the human Microbiome.

Listen & Join in LIVE to some of the hot exploratory topics emerging from the field of Human Microbiome Research from some of the world’s leading experts across Academia & Pharma.

The event is FREE TO ATTEND and if you register below, a member of our team will get back to you with a confirmation!

*Please Note – Can’t make the event live? Not to worry, an on-demand version as well as individual presentations can be sent out to all registered attendees after the event.

Some of our expert speakers include:

Sean M. Gibbons

Assistant Professor, Institute for Systems Biology, Washington US
Tal Korem, PhD

Assistant Professor, Columbia University | Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Edoardo Pasolli

Assistant Professor Machine learning, Microbiome & RS data, University of Naples Federico II

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Early 2022 - Exact Date TBA

Microbiome: Inside Out

Emerging Approaches Using Systems Biology & Machine Learning for Microbiome Research

DigiBase are excited to be hosting Microbiome Inside Out: Emerging Approaches Using Systems Biology & Machine Learning for Microbiome Research online event, set to take place in early 2022! Human Microbiome research is rapidly evolving, and an advancing conversation lies heavily within network-based and translational systems biology, to help further our understanding of the link between the gut microbiota & the full human biological system.

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