The Quantitative Methods in Precision Medicine (QMPM) Program is a four-session, semester-long multidisciplinary workshop seeking to introduce and train all-comers in the pragmatic and technical means to apply sophisticated quantitative methods (math, stat, computational, CS and engineering) to Precision Medicine (PM) problems.
Published work, training material, and PM case studies will be reviewed and discussed from the clinical perspective. Specific PM use cases will be used to describe and explain the application of and results from a collection of quantitative approaches, methods, and tools. Each session will last 1.5 hrs. include robust floor discussion and impromptu ideas/experiences. Quantitative material will be presented in a clinical context so non-quantitative participants will understand the essence and benefit of the quantitative methods.
The Quantitative Methods in Precision Medicine Program is jointly supported by the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center and School of Medicine’s Center for Biomedical Informatics.
Lead: Sounak Chakraborty, PhD
How to participate: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Schedule: 3-4:30 p.m. Fridays, Acuff Auditorium (MA217) or via Zoom