How novel compute technology transforms life science research

Presented by Denis Bauer
Monday 3:50 p.m.–4:30 p.m. in Collaborative Lecture Theatre CB11.00.405
Target audience: User

Abstract

How novel compute technology transforms life science research

Presented by

Denis Bauer

Dr. Denis Bauer is the team leader of the transformational bioinformatics team in CSIRO’s ehealth program. She has a PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Queensland and held Post-doctoral appointments in biological machine learning at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience and in genetics at the Queensland Brain institute. Her expertise is in computational genome engineering and BigData compute systems. She is involved in national and international initiatives tasked to include genomic information into medical practice, funded with $200M. She has 31 peer-reviewed publications (14 as first or senior author) with 7 in journals of IF>8 (e.g. Nat Genet.) and H-index 12. To date she has attracted more than $6.5Million in funding as Chief investigator.