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Sat, Jun 08



Bioinformatics Projects for High School Students

Join us for an exciting webinar designed for high school students and parents interested in the intersection of biology, computer science, and technology.

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Bioinformatics Projects for High School Students
Bioinformatics Projects for High School Students

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT



About the event

This session will introduce participants to the fascinating world of bioinformatics and its applications in modern science. 

In this webinar, you will: 

1. Discover Bioinformatics: Understand what bioinformatics is and how it combines biology, computer science, and mathematics to solve complex biological problems. 

2. Explore Real-World Applications: Learn about the role of bioinformatics in areas such as genetic research, disease prevention, and personalized medicine. 

3. Engage in Interactive Projects: Get a glimpse of hands-on bioinformatics projects suitable for high school students, including differential gene analysis, drug discovery and bioinformatics databases. 

4. Hear from Experts: Gain insights from experienced professionals in the field of bioinformatics who will share their knowledge and experiences. 

5. Prepare for the Future: Find out how bioinformatics skills can open doors to exciting career opportunities in biotechnology, research, and healthcare. This webinar is perfect for students and parents who have a passion for science and technology and are curious about how these fields come together to advance our understanding of life. 

Speaker: Dr.Sindhu Ghanta

Sindhu Ghanta received her M.S. degree from Texas Tech University in 2010 and her Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, USA. She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow with BIDMC and the Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, where she was involved in detection and classification of features from histopathological images. She worked as a research scientist with Parallel Machines on monitoring the health of ML algorithms in production and has many publications on ML innovations. She currently works as the Head of Machine Learning at AIClub.

Don't miss this opportunity to explore the cutting-edge field of bioinformatics and learn how high school students can get involved in groundbreaking research projects. Register now and take the first step towards unlocking the code of life! 

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