Séminaire Européen de Statistique 2005
Statistics in Genetics and Molecular Biology
10-16 September 2005
University of Warwick, UK
European Mathematical Society Summer School
The Séminaire Européen de Statistique (SemStat) is a European Summer School for researchers in statistics and statistical sciences at the early stage of their career.
Here is the programme for the SemStat Summer School.
David Balding (Imperial College London) Statistical Analysis of Genetic Association Studies
Chris Holmes (Oxford) Bayesian Pattern Recognition in Genomics
Jens Ledet Jensen (University of Aarhus) Context dependent DNA evolutionary models. Maximum likelihood classifier in microarray studies
Sophie Schbath (INRA, Jouy-en-Josas) The statistical world of motifs on genomes
Korbinian Strimmer (Munich) Statistical Modeling and Inferring Genomic Networks
Lorenz Wernisch (Birkbeck College, London) Sparse Bayesian time-series models
Mike West (Duke) Aspects of Statistical Modelling and Data Analysis in Gene Expression Genomics
The application procedure took place from 15 April to 30 June and is now closed. Application for conference participation is no longer possible.
SemStat 2005 is supported by:
- the European regional committee of the Bernoulli Society
- the European Mathematical Society (EMS summer schools)
- the European Union (Marie Curie Actions)
- the Interdisciplinary Programme on Cellular Regulation (IPCR)
- the University of Warwick
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