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Data science seminar at the Faculty of Medicine

Friday 19 October 2018
LUMC, collegezaal 5

Data science offers many possibilities for new, innovative and multidisciplinary scientific research. At the university-wide Data Science Research Programme, 16 PhD candidates combine their expertise with new Data Science methods. Several times a year new work is being shown during a seminar, each time hosted by a different faculty. The PhD students of the organizing faculty present their research and show the versatile way in which they apply Data Science. Afterwards there will be plenty of opportunities to get to know each other during the drinks.

Following the successful May seminar at the Faculty of Science, the next seminar will be hosted by the Faculty of Medicine on Friday October 19th from 15.00-17.00. 

Register via this link.


14.30 Het Paleijhs*

Walk in

Coffee, tea

15.00 Lecture hall 5 

Wessel Kraaij


Data science at Image Processing, LUMC

Boudewijn Lelieveldt

Visual analytics for 3D omics: from single cell to tissue and back”


Antonis Somarakis, PhD candidate

Interactive visual exploration of spatial omics data”

Data science at Sanquin

Shannon Kroes, PhD candidate

Measuring Privacy in Medical Data Using Association Rules”

Data science at Clinical Epidemiology, LUMC

Frits Rosendaal

Data science at Clinical Epidemiology


Deeksha Khialani, PhD candidate

"Study of utilization of combined hormonal contraceptives in Europe"


Willem Lijfering

“Linking Big Data”

17.00 Het Paleijhs



*Former Boerhaaveplein: see map or ask at the front desk.


The seminar is targeted to a broad audience, so please feel free to spread the word and bring your colleagues! 

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