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Cambridge AI Club for Biomedicine - January 2024

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The AI Club brings together the Biomedical AI and Machine Learning community in Cambridge, to discuss common themes and explore different topics and methodologies.

January Theme: New methods in single cell


Dinithi Sumanaweera (Wellcome Sanger Institute) - “Gene-level alignment of single-cell trajectories”


Michael Casey (T-Therapeutics) – “How informative is gene expression? Information theory for single-cell transcriptomics analysis”

Presentations start at 5:30pm, followed by networking and pizza at 6:30pm.

No registration necessary – just show up.

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This talk is part of the Cambridge AI Club for Biomedicine series.

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