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Functional genomics and AI: super sleuths in the search for new therapies

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What is functional genomics and why is AI (artificial intelligence/machine learning) key to its interpretation? To find out this and more, join the Milner Therapeutics Institute as we take you on a tour through these new areas of medical research. Be ready to encounter big data, big ideas, big models and big collaborations!


Nicola McCarthy, Head of Research, Milner Therapeutics Institute


Namshik Han, Head of Computational Biology and Artificial Intelligence, Milner Therapeutics Institute

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