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Unsupervised Transfer Learning for Rare Disease Transcriptomics
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) presents a virtual childhood cancer lecture featuring Jaclyn N. Taroni, PhD. Dr. Taroni's lecture will discuss learning patterns from large collections of biomedical data to better describe rare diseases such as pediatric cancers.

During this lecture, participants will:

1) Learn about extracting biologically relevant patterns from high-throughput biomedical data
2) Understand obstacles to using data-intensive machine learning techniques in pediatric cancer research
3) Learn about leveraging large, arbitrary collections of transcriptomic data to study rare diseases such as pediatric cancers

Jul 23, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jaclyn N. Taroni, PhD
Jaclyn N. Taroni, PhD is the Principal Data Scientist at the Childhood Cancer Data Lab of Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. Her team develops robust and reusable workflows to study pediatric cancer and trains pediatric cancer researchers to better analyze their own data.