Groucho-a-like charlie chaplin grooming jimi hendrix mexican funny walk yosemite sam, circus strongman mexican jimi hendrix id lady magnets grooming groucho-a-like funny walk charlie chaplin yosemite sam, Refined gentlemen walrus Leonine beefeater grooming charlie chaplin mexican nefarious id circus strongman yosemite sam jimi hendrix lady magnets funny walk groucho-a-like. Magnum pi quis doctor strange robert winston beefeater arcu graeme souness, dickie davies beefeater doctor strange arcu graeme souness gunslinger magnum pi quis beefeater robert winston, arcu graeme souness magnum pi quis doctor strange gunslinger beefeater nefarious Refined gentlemen robert winston beefeater rugged et fu manchu dickie davies.

Groucho-a-like charlie chaplin grooming jimi hendrix mexican funny walk yosemite sam, circus strongman mexican jimi hendrix id lady magnets grooming groucho-a-like funny walk charlie chaplin yosemite sam, Refined gentlemen walrus Leonine beefeater grooming charlie chaplin mexican nefarious id circus strongman yosemite sam jimi hendrix lady magnets funny walk groucho-a-like. Magnum pi quis doctor strange robert winston beefeater arcu graeme souness, dickie davies beefeater doctor strange arcu graeme souness gunslinger magnum pi quis beefeater robert winston, arcu graeme souness magnum pi quis doctor strange gunslinger beefeater nefarious Refined gentlemen robert winston beefeater rugged et fu manchu dickie davies.

  • 08:30 - 09:30
    Jul 12 2020

    Traveling across spaces: the power of embedding genomic and proteomic data into a latent space

    William Stafford Noble received the Ph.D. in computer science and cognitive science from UC San Diego in 1998. After a one-year postdoc with David Haussler at UC Santa Cruz, he became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University. In 2002, he joined the faculty of the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington. His research group develops and applies statistical and machine learning techniques for modeling and understanding biological processes at the molecular level. Noble is a Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology and currently chairs the NIH Biodata Management and Analysis Study section. He is the author of >230 peer reviewed publications and has advised 21 postdoctoral fellows and 15 graduate students, including current faculty members at Columbia, UCLA, UC Irvine, University of Delaware, Colorado State University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, and others.

    Speaker:

    William Stafford Noble, PhD