Quantitative Issues in Cancer Research Working Seminar

Virtual

Jonathan Luu Doctoral Student, Department of Biostatistics, Harvard University "Analyzing Longitudinal Health Costs Data Subject to Mortality" ABSTRACT: In the palliative care setting, costs and healthcare utilization are two common outcomes of interest. Investigators are often interested in the costs of palliative care itself, or the association between palliative care and standard hospital care costs. … Continue reading "Quantitative Issues in Cancer Research Working Seminar"

PQG Seminar

Virtual

Heng Li Assistant Professor Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School Biostatistics and Computational Biology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Dissertation Defense – Greyson Gang Liu

Virtual

Greyson will present the dissertation entitled “Unsupervised Learning Methods in Digital Phenotyping”. The dissertation committee is chaired by Dr. JP Onnela, and includes Dr. Jeffrey Miller, and Dr. Alexander Rush.

Thesis Defense – Anjali Jha

Virtual

Anjali will present the thesis entitled “DNA Binding Properties of LINE-1 RNA in Mus Musculus”. The thesis committee is chaired by Dr. Martin Aryee, and includes Dr. Christoph Lange, Dr. Erin Lake, and Dr. John Quackenbush.

Thesis Defense – Shaoling Han

Virtual

Shaoling will present the thesis entitled “Differential Network Analysis on HHIP Gene Expression with Human and Mouse scRNA-seq Datasets”. The thesis committee is chaired by Dr. Junwei Lu, and includes Dr. Erin Lake, and Dr. John Quackenbush.

Thesis Defense – Wenjie Gu

Virtual

Wenjie will present the thesis entitled “Graphical Model Analysis of Brain Network Connectivity in Multiple Sclerosis”. The thesis committee is chaired by Dr. Junwei Lu, and includes Dr. Erin Lake, and Dr. John Quackenbush.

HIV Working Group

Virtual

Jessie Edwards, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill "Exploring the Elevation in Mortality among People with HIV" ABSTRACT: Understanding advances in the care and treatment of adults with HIV and gaps in clinical care requires monitoring differences in mortality between people entering care for HIV and the general … Continue reading "HIV Working Group"