Genomics is a study of entire genome of an organism, driven by modern technological advances and promising to bring about tangible benefits in several areas, most notably healthcare. General workflow of the genomics data generation, computational analysis and use will be presented, along with applications from the author's domain of expertise: development of genomic diagnostic tests for cancer. We'll also point out possible trends for genomics in life science research and medicine.
Speaker Bio Ljubomir Buturovic, VP & Chief Scientist, Pathwork Diagnostics
Ljubomir Buturovic is Vice President and Chief Scientist at Pathwork Diagnostics, Inc. Since 2006 he has directed development of predictive models for Pathwork's genomics-based clinical diagnostics tests for cancer. He has 20 years of experience in biotechnology and software industries, and published peer-reviewed papers on clinical diagnostics, machine learning and bioinformatics. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at San Francisco State University since 2005. He received a Ph.D. in machine learning from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia.