We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar that will be held by our Alumni Mateo Sokač on the topic "The path from Big Data to Precision Medicine”.
Seminar will be held on Wednesday, April 17, 16:30-18.00 at VC room in Zagreb and Room 15 in Dubrovnik.
Abstract: Personal medicine or also known as precision medicine is crucial for medical staff, providing information how and when to intervene. With the recent advancements in high-throughput profiling technologies, collections of large study cohorts, and the developments of data mining algorithms, big data in biomedicine (bioinformatics) is expected to provide novel insights into health and disease states, which can be translated into personalized disease prevention and treatment plans. However, the human body contains the amount of data that is measured in petabytes, which makes it complicated to store, analyze or interpret. Working with human genome is intertwined with many fields of science making this process extremely difficult but also interesting to be part of.
On behalf of Research and Scholarship Committee we are happy to invite you to join our next seminar delivered by Peter Schmidt on the topic of "Does a Tax Exemption of Retained Profits Provide Investment Incentives? - Evidence from Croatia 2013-2016"
This talk familiarizes the audience with nonlinear and networked control systems starting off with real-life examples.
Topics on "The use of grammar learning strategies in relation to the foreign language being learned and language learning level" and "The Role of L2 Proficiency in the Acquisition of Third Language (Spanish)"
We are happy to extend an invitation to the Science and Research Seminar held by Dr. Martin Žagar, on the topic “Applications of Digital transformation in Collaborative education, e-Health and e-Government”.