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Some models for biology

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I will touch upon 3 topics of computational biology related to my Ph.D work in the first year.

Firstly, I will talk about inferring population structure from ancestral recombination graphs, and applying it to 70 yeast strains.

Secondly, I will introduce the factor analysis model developed by Oli Stegle, and show how it increases power to detect genotype-gene expression relationships in simulated and real data.

Finally, I’ll discuss modelling gene expression data for microRNA knockout mice to find microRNA gene targets.

No previous biology experience required!

This talk is part of the Inference Group series.

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