- Applications of Bioinformatics
- Biological Databases
- Bioinformatics Tools
- Computational Biology
Molecular and Life Science research involves massive biological data that needs to be stored and processed using software tools. Bioinformatics, an interdisciplinary field supporting scientific research with the application of information technology, facilitates the analyses and interpretation of genomic and proteomic data. For research scholars to have a better understanding, Enago conducted an informative session advancing knowledge about biological databases, data mining, and computational models.
Researchers will learn:
- Overview of Bioinformatics and its application
- Essential Biology Concepts to Understand Bioinformatics
- Insights into Biological Databases
- Online Resources for Bioinformatics Analysis
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Prof. Traci Marin, Ph.D.
- Prof. Traci Marin is a published author and has worked for more than a decade in the dynamic fields of bioinformatics, biostatistics and molecular biology research.
- Prof. Marin has worked as an academic, researcher as well as a doctoral programs director at several renowned universities.
- She pursued her PhD and MSc degrees in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the prestigious University of California. She also holds a Masters degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Loma Linda University.
- She is also a recipient of several awards such as Young Investigator Award (Loma Linda University), Magna Cum Laude (University of California) and President’s Award (Loma Linda University).