Events

Event Series Data Analysis Club

Data Analysis Club

TMEC 128 260 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA, United States

Have you coded before or know some coding basics, but aren’t sure how to apply those skills to real research? Are you interested in applying advanced bioinformatics pipelines? Do you want to create publication-quality analyses and figures? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Data Analysis Club can help you work towards […]

Teaching in a Quantitative Classroom for Postdocs

This will be a three session workshop on effective teaching and setting professional teaching goals organized by the CCB for postdocs. This workshop will teach skills applicable to teaching in all subject areas, but examples and scenarios will be drawn from quantitative and computational fields. The workshop will also focus on creating an inclusive and […]

CCB Seminar Series: Large-scale biomedical knowledge assembly for hypothesis generation and human-machine interaction

Title: CCB Seminar Series Speaker: Benjamin M. Gyori, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Director of Machine-assisted Modeling & Analysis, Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, HMS Topic: Large-scale biomedical knowledge assembly for hypothesis generation and human-machine interaction Link:  Benjamin’s team’s website. When: Monday, Oct 24th, 2022 @ 03:00 – 04:00 PM Eastern Time (United States and Canada)

Open House

4th Floor of the Countway Library 25 Shattuck Street, Boston, MA, United States

The Center for Computational Biomedicine (CCB) hosted an open for our HMS colleagues. Below are the video recordings of an open house to learn about CCB's Education Program and get an overview of our Work Groups: • Data & Analytics Platforms • Genetics/Genomics • Knowledge Representation • Education Program

CCB Seminar: Geometric approaches to understanding the neural basis of human thought

Title: CCB Seminar Series  Speaker: Jeremy Manning, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College  Topic: Geometric approaches to understanding the neural basis of human thought Links to some relevant materials: - Lab website - Heusser et al. (2021), Nature Human Behavior - Owen et al. (2021), Nature Communications - Manning (2021), Psychological Review - Manning (2022), book chapter […]

Intro to image analysis using ImageJ/Fiji

HMS Building C, Room C-439 240 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA, United States

A combination of tutorials and hands-on exercises (you will need a laptop with a decent size screen and admin privileges). Additional details about this course are listed below.   Format: In-person. Requirements: None, except a laptop and interest in learning some bioimage analysis. Scope: introduction to digital image analysis, w. focus on bio-images enhancing images […]

Event Series Data Analysis Club

Data Analysis Club

TMEC 128 260 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA, United States

Have you coded before or know some coding basics, but aren’t sure how to apply those skills to real research? Are you interested in applying advanced bioinformatics pipelines? Do you want to create publication-quality analyses and figures? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Data Analysis Club can help you work towards […]

Introduction to R Semi-Synchronous Workshop

Introduction to R Workshop organized by the CCB with support from the Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core. This is an asynchronous workshop with synchronous support which will introduce participants to using […]