Current theses offers
Current Theses Offers by the Institute of Medical Informatics
In the context of the MTB project, a Bachleor-/Master- theses is currently offered by the Institute of Medical Informatics:
1. Topic: Comparison of current patient similarity searches using two example data sets
For more information, please see here: https://medizininformatik.umg.eu/karriere/stellenangebote-im-institut/ or contact Jonas Hügel: email@example.com
The MTB-Report Seminar Series is a joint event of all partners and members of the MTB-Report project. Monthly, members of the different groups as well as invited speakers present their projects.
Unless announced otherwise, the seminar takes place monthly on the fourth Wednesday at 10.30am . Due to the SARS-CoV-2 related measures, the seminar takes place via video conference .
Coordination/Contact: Dr. Jürgen Dönitz
Date: 28th of April 10.30 am
Speaker: Kevin Kornrumpf
Title: Analysis of the correlation between genetic background and drug response of a drug screen in t-cell lymphoma cell lines
Abstract: A drug screen describes the effect of drugs on different organisms. In this case, the selected organisms were cell lines causing T-cell lymphoma. Given a drug screen and genomic alterations (SNV, CNV and Fusion), the goal is to find a correlation between these variants and the response to a specific drug. This presentation will describe the analysis and results to this point for these data.
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Publications from preliminary work
Perera-Bel J., Leha A., Beißbarth T.
Bioinformatic Methods and Resources for Biomarker Discovery, Validation, Development, and Integration.
In: Badve S., Kumar G. (eds) Predictive Biomarkers in Oncology. Springer, Cham. (2019)
Perera-Bel J, Hutter B, Heining C, Bleckmann A, Fröhlich M, Fröhling S, Glimm H, Brors B, Beißbarth T.
From somatic variants towards precision oncology: Evidence-driven reporting of treatment options in molecular tumor boards.
Genome Med. 2018 Mar 15;10(1):18. doi:10.1186/s13073-018-0529-2. PubMed PMID: 29544535;
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