Sequence models in biomedicine: from predicting disease progression to genome editing outcomes
Sequential biomedical data is ubiquitous, from time-resolved data about patient encounters in the clinical realm to DNA sequences in the biological domain. The talk will review our latest work in representation learning from longitudinal data, with a particular focus on finding optimal representations for complex and sparse healthcare data. We show how these representations are useful for comparing patient journeys and finding patients with similar health outcomes. We will also venture into the field of genome engineering, where we build models that work on DNA sequences for predicting editing outcomes for base and prime editors.
Date: 1 December 2023, 14:00 (Friday, 8th week, Michaelmas 2023)
Venue: Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Road OX2 6GG
Venue Details: Virtual
Speaker: Professor Michael Krauthammer (Department of Quantitative Biomedicine University of Zurich)
Organising department: Mathematical Institute
Organiser: Sara Jolliffe (University of Oxford)
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Host: Dr Peter Minary (University of Oxford)
Part of: Mathematical Biology and Ecology
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Sara Jolliffe