Events Calendar

Thesis Defense – Yifan Duan

Virtual In Person

Thesis Defense: Yifan Duan Time: Wednesday May 8, 2024 at 3:00 PM Eastern Time Location: FXB G03 Zoom: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/96809748553 Yifan will present the thesis titled “Benchmarking compositional data analysis methods for single-cell RNA-seq data”. The thesis committee is chaired by Adam Haber and includes Sophia Carryl, Wenjiang Deng, and John Quackenbush.

Thesis Defense – Minye Zhou

Virtual In Person

Thesis Defense: Minye Zhou Time: Wednesday May 8, 2024 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time Location: FXB G03 Zoom: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/92207007205 Minye will present the thesis titled “Integrating RNA-seq and ATAC-seq Data to Elucidate Gene Regulatory Networks”. The thesis committee is chaired by Felix Dietlein and includes Lori Chibnik and John Quackenbush.

Thesis Defense – Anthony Ma

Virtual In Person

Thesis Defense: Anthony Ma Time: Wednesday May 8, 2024 at 11:00 AM Eastern Time Location: FXB G03 Zoom: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/94566387781 Anthony will present the thesis titled “Multimodal Representation Learning in Spatial Transcriptomics for Computational Pathology”. The thesis committee is chaired by Andrew Song and includes Faisal Mahmood and John Quackenbush.

Dissertation Defense – Kevin Chen

Virtual In Person

Kevin will present the dissertation entitled "Causal Inference Methods for Evaluation of Large-Scale Environmental Policy Effects under Complex Treatment Interference". The dissertation committee is chaired by Dr. Rachel Nethery, and includes Dr. Francesca Dominici, Dr. Andrew Beam, and Dr. Falco Bargagli Stoffi.

Quantitative Issues in Cancer Research Working Seminar

Virtual In Person

Luke Benz Doctoral Student, Department of Biostatistics, Harvard University "A simulation study to compare causal inference methods for point exposures with missing confounders" ABSTRACT: Causal inference methods based on electronic health record (EHR) databases must simultaneously handle confounding and missing data. Vast work exists to address these two separately, but surprisingly few papers attempt to … Continue reading "Quantitative Issues in Cancer Research Working Seminar"