Translational Informatics Talks and Conferences

TiD has a long tradition of collaboration with leading clinicians and scientists. In working with these leaders, we have sponsored numerous speaker series from “Drug Discovery Days” to “Grand Rounds.” Below is a list of innovative speakers TiD has sponsored throughout the past decade along with many cutting-edge presentation materials and recordings.

2017

Tudor Oprea, UNM, UNM Translational Informatics: Zika Virus Symposium – Watch/Listen

TiD DoIM Grand Rounds:

Jeff Blaney, Genentech, Enabling the Best Structure-Based Design Engine: A Human Expert

Soren Brunak, DTU, Fine-Grained Phenotypes, Comorbidities and Disease Trajectories from Data Mining of Electronic Patient Records

Tudor Oprea, UNM, UNM Translational Informatics: A Brief Overview

William Hersh, OHSU, Clinical Informatics Subspecialty: What It Is and Why It’s Important

Mark Unruh, UNM, Hemodialysis Frequency Trials: Can Modeling Help Us Tailor Treatment?

Joshua Swamidass, WUSTL, Gaining Clinical Insight from Chemical Data

Leslie Benet, UCSF, Clearance Isn’t Only a Big Sale and Transporters Are Not Limited to Trucks

Subramani Mani & Herbert Davis, UNM, Predictive Modeling Using Machine Learning for Clinical Decision Making & I2B2 and ACG


 

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Conference Archives:

See below for archives of past conferences

Drug Discovery Day

From Molecules to Translational Research

Organized by the UNM Center for Molecular Discovery, the UNM Cancer Center, and the Division of Biocomputing

Monday, April 30, 2012

  • Morning session: Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education, 8:30am-11:20 a.m.
  • Lunch: Cancer Center Foyer, 11:30 a.m.
  • Afternoon session: UNM Cancer Center Auditorium, noon -4:30 p.m.

Speakers

  • Richard Larson, MD/PhD (UNM), Drug Discovery and Development:  NIH and the UNM Health Science Center
  • Karlett Parra, PhD (UNM), Vacuolar ATPase: a Model Proton Pump for Antifungal Drug Discovery
  • Pope Moseley, MD (UNM), Translational Medicine
  • Tudor Oprea, MD/PhD (UNM), Translational Informatics
  • Gergely Zahoranszky-Kohalmi (UNM), CARLSBAD: Chemical patterns, biological networks
  • Stephen Baylin, MD (Johns Hopkins), Featured lecture: The Cancer Epigenome – Origins and Translational Implications
  • Larry Sklar, PhD (UNM), Drug Discovery Opportunities at UNMCMD
  • Ruben Abagyan, PhD (UCSD), Featured lecture: Predicting Activity of Compounds by Docking to the Pocketome
  • Cheryl Willman, MD (UNM),Translational Research at the UNM Cancer Center
  • Angela Wandinger-Ness, PhD (UNM), GTPases and Ovarian Cancer
  • Eric Prossnitz, PhD (UNM), What have novel GPER-selective ligands told us about mechanisms of estrogen action?

Drug Discovery Day

A One Day Conference on Biomolecular Discovery, Discovery Informatics and Computation

Sponsored by Division of Biocomputing, the UNM Center for Molecular Discovery, the UNM Cancer Center and Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research

Friday, April 29, 2011

Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education

Keynote address

Klaus-Robert Muller, (Technische Universität Berlin)
Predicting Properties of Small Molecules with Kernel-Based Machine Learning Methods

Speakers

Drug Discovery Day

A one-day conference on biocomputing

Organized by the UNM Center for Molecular Discovery and the Division of Biocomputing

Friday, April 16, 2010
Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education

Keynote address

Chris Lipinski (Pfizer, retired)
Drug repurposing: strengths, weaknesses and application to rare and orphan diseases

Speakers

UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics

The UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics is awarded to a UNM graduate or undergraduate student for the best paper describing innovation or research in the field of informatics.

2010 winner

Soumya Banerjee (UNM)
A Mathematical Model of Body Size Effects on Pathogen Replication and Immune Response Rates

Biocomputing @ UNM

Discovery Informatics: From Biology to Chemistry and Medicine

A one-day conference on biocomputing: Friday, March 27, 2009

Organized by the UNM Center for Molecular Discovery and the Division of Biocomputing

Location: Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education

Keynote address

Dimitris Agrafiotis (Johnson & Johnson)
Discovery informatics on an industrial scale – The past, present and future of ABCD

Speakers

Biocomputing @UNM

HTS Informatics and Cheminformatics: How do we extract the most of the data

A one-day conference on biocomputing: Friday, March 28, 2008

Organized by the Division of Biocomputing and the UNM Cancer Center

Location: Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education

Keynote address

Nikolay Savchuk (ChemDiv)
Academic institutions play most important part in basic research and that includes life sciences

Speakers

UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics

The UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics is awarded to a UNM graduate or undergraduate student for the best paper describing innovation or research in the field of informatics.

2008 winner

Nate Swanson (UNM/CS)
Dynamic Dose Delivery Model for Gamma Knife Radiosurgery

Biocomputing @ UNM

HTS Informatics and Cheminformatics: How do we extract the most of the data

A one-day conference on biocomputing: Friday, March 30, 2007

Sponsored by the Division of Biocomputing, the New Mexico Molecular Libraries Screening Center (NMMLSC), and the UNM Cancer Center.

Location: Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education

Keynote address

Leslie Z. Benet (UCSF)
Biopharmaceutics Drug Disposition Classification System and Its Use in Deriving QSAR Approaches

Speakers

UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics

The UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics is awarded to a UNM graduate or undergraduate student for the best paper describing innovation or research in the field of informatics.

2007 winner

Kristina J. Anderson (UNM/Biology)
Temporal Patterns in Rates of Community Change during Succession

Biocomputing @UNM

A one-day workshop on biocomputing: Monday, April 17, 2006

Sponsored by the Division of Biocomputing, the New Mexico Molecular Libraries Screening Center (NMMLSC), and the New Mexico Center for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Location: Health Sciences and Services Building 105
Lunch: Research Incubator Building commons

Keynote address

Christopher A. Lipinski (Pfizer)
Target Validation, Drug Discovery, Chemistry Space and Biology-Chemistry Disconnects

Speakers

UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics

The UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics is awarded to a UNM graduate or undergraduate student for the best paper describing innovation or research in the field of informatics.

2006 winner

Nicholas D. Pattengale (Computer Science)
A Sublinear-Time Randomized Approximation Scheme for the Robinson-Foulds Metric

Biocomputing @ UNM

A one-day workshop on biocomputing: Friday, April 22, 2005

The Office of Biocomputing is running a one day workshop on local uses of biocomputing (a broad category covering biology, medical research and bioX [where X = chemistry, engineering, physics, statistics, etc.] significantly aided by computers) The idea here is to nurture interaction and recognition within the UNM and local community of those people interested in various aspects of biocomputing.

Sponsored by the Division of Biocomputing and the New Mexico Center for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Location: Basic Medical Sciences Building 303
Lunch: Research Incubator Building commons

Keynote address

I. D. (Tack) Kuntz (University of California, San Francisco)
Computer-Assisted Ligand Design

Speakers

UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics

The UNM Student Award for Innovation in Informatics is awarded to a UNM graduate or undergraduate student for the best paper describing innovation or research in the field of informatics.

2005 winner

Sushmita Roy (Department of Computer Science)
Cell Population Deconvolution from Microarray Data using Particle Filters

Biocomputing @UNM

A one-day workshop on biocomputing: Monday, April 12, 2004

The Office of Biocomputing is running a one day workshop on local uses of biocomputing (a broad category covering biology, medical research and bioX [where X = chemistry, engineering, physics, statistics, etc.] significantly aided by computers) The idea here is to nurture interaction and recognition within the UNM and local community of those people interested in various aspects of biocomputing.

Sponsored by the Division of Biocomputing and the New Mexico Center for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Location: The Santa Ana Room (upper level, east side) in the Student Union Building, University of New Mexico main campus

Speakers

Posters

Biocomputing @UNM

A one-day workshop on biocomputing: Thursday, April 3, 2003

The Office of Biocomputing is running a one day workshop on local uses of biocomputing (a broad category covering biology/biochemistry/medical research significantly aided by computers, which includes biostatistics). The idea here is to nurture interaction and recognition within the UNM community of those people interested in various aspects of biocomputing.

Sponsored by the Division of Biocomputing and the New Mexico Center for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Location: 8:30 am-12 noon: Nursing/Pharmacy 257
Noon-5:00 pm: Health Sciences Services Building (HSSB) 105

Speakers