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Thursday, April 22 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
From Genomics to Proteomics: The Big Data Challenge - Supported by Women In Bio

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Advances in the tech and informatics that are used to generate and process large biological data sets (omics data) are creating a significant shift in the biomedical sciences. Genomics and Proteomics, along with the rise of bioinformatics, are increasingly becoming tools biologists use to better understand the biological systems, and work to develop successful precision medicine.

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Magda Barbu, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator, Amazon.com, Inc.
Before joining Amazon.com, Inc., Dr Barbu served as the Vice President of Research at Armata Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the development of targeted therapeutics for the treatment of drug-resistant bacterial infections. Dr. Barbu combined her... Read More →

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Goldie Lui

Lead Scientist, SEngine Precision Medicine
Goldie Lui has 10 years of experience in the fields of precision medicine and oncology drug development, bridging research to and from the clinic to provide better therapies for patients. She is currently a Lead Scientist at SEngine Precision Medicine, a precision oncology company... Read More →
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Franziska Seeger

Sr. Scientist, Novo Nordisk
Dr. Franziska Seeger is a protein biophysicist who is passionate about applying data science to pressing problems in biomedicine. During her PhD, Franziska elucidated the activation mechanism of an important drug target for cardiovascular diseases. Her fascination for proteins and... Read More →
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Mi-Youn Brusniak

Director, Optides and Bioinformatics, Fred Hutch
Mi-Youn Brusniak received Ph.D. as a computational chemist from the college of pharmacy at the University of Texas Austin.She is currently working as a bioinformatics and data scientist at FHCRC as a bioinformatics director for Optides Protein Science project in clinical division.She... Read More →

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Women in Bio

Women In Bio was established in 2002 to help women entrepreneurs and executives in the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia area build successful bioscience-related businesses.The founders of WIB: Cynthia W. HuRobbie Melton, Anne Mathias, and Elizabeth Grey wanted to provide a forum for women to come together to celebrate and support each other's success, and in so doing created a dynamic and invaluable forum for the local community.  The mission of WIB expanded several years later, with a vision to grow it to an organization w... Read More →

Thursday April 22, 2021 6:00pm - 7:30pm PDT