b-it Life Science Informatics Lecture Series 2010

Lecture Series is organised by Martin Hofmann-Apitius and Jürgen Bajorath in B-IT, Lecture Hall, every Thursday at 5 p.m. 


Professor Dr. Tony Solomonides, Faculty Director of Postgraduate Research, Bristol Institute of Technology, UK 
"Life after grids? From the SHARE project to particular problems" 
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26/04/2010 - attention this an exceptional lecture on a Monday! 

Dr. Anthony Nicholls, CEO & Founder, OpenEye Scientific Software, Santa Fe, USA 
"Reliability in Molecular Modeling: How to get it and how to know when you’ve got it" 
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Professor Dr. Alejandro Frangi, Director Computational Imaging Lab, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain 
"Overview on @neurIST: Integrated Biomedical Informatics for the Management of Cerebral Aneurysm" 
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Professor Dr. Rod Hose, Computational Biomechanics, Department of Cardiovascular Science, School of Medicine, University of Sheffi eld 
"Towards the Virtual Physiological Human: The Challenges of Embedding Simulation Processes into Clinical Workflows" 
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Dr. Marco Viceconti, Laboratorio di Tecnologia Medica Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna, Itay - Important note: Talk will be delivered in room A207 at the Institute of Computer Science, Römerstraße 164 
"Of cabbages and kings: the Virtual Physiological Human, philosophical implications and early clinical applications for musculoskeletal diseases." 


Professor Dr. Wiro Niessen, Head of the Biomedical Imaging Group Department, Medical Center Rotterdam Erasmus University, The Netherlands 
"Quantitative imaging biomarkers of cardiovascular and neurodegenerative disease" 
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Dr. Heribert Bohlen, CEO, Axiogenesis AG, Germany 
"Induced pluripotent cells as a new tool for individual medicine" 
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Professor Dr. Peter Sloot, Computational Sciences, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
"Modeling HIV from Molecule to Man" 
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