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Big Data in Medicine: Exemplars and Opportunities in Data Science - Slides

Integrating Chemical and Biological Data for Drug Discovery

Andreas Bender, Department of Chemistry

Mapping the information processing pathways of the cortex: challenges and opportunities

Andrew Thwaites, Psychology Dept, Cambridge University & MRC-CBSU

Smartphones, Big Data, and Psychiatry

Conor Farrington, Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research, Institute of Public Health

Statistical tools for single cell gene expression analysis

Daphne Ezer, Department of Genetics/Cambridge Systems Biology Centre

Limitations of de-identification: no reason not to share data

Neil Walker, Department of Medical Genetics

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