Congratulations to Biostats PhD candidate Intekhab (Inté) Hossain who received a prestigious travel fellowship to attend the Informatics Technology for Cancer Research (ITCR) meeting in St. Louis this September. Inté will be presenting his work on using Prior-Informed Neural Ordinary Differential Equations to model time-dependent gene regulatory networks. Inté’s presentation will describe his development of the method and the scaling of the method to infer genome-wide networks in breast cancer. This work, done in collaboration with former Biostatistics postdoc Rebekka Burkholz (now assistant professor at the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security in Germany) and his advisor, John Quackenbush.
Department of Biostatistics