2016-11

  • 'Stat-XP: Statistical approaches to characterize the exposome from OMICs platforms: Overview and Perspective' Short Course
    28 Nov, 2016 to 02 Dec, 2016
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    Registration is now open for the third of the 'Stat-XP: Statistical approaches to characterize the exposome from OMICs platforms: Overview and Perspective' course.

     

    Stat-XP is an introductory short course to statistical models required to analyse high-throughput data from well-established OMICs platforms. This includes genetic, transcriptomic, metabonomics and epigenetics data.
    Participants will be able to run their own analyses at the end of the course (readily usable scripts from practicals will be provided). This should open doors to the implementation of novel studies building upon existing underexploited data or publicly available databases. Potentially interested audience ranges from academics with statistical/biological/clinical backgrounds, to non-academics with interests in risk stratification.
     
    More information can be found here or on the course web page:
     
    http://www.imperial.ac.uk/school-public-health/study/short-courses/Stat-xp/