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Town Hall Event: What can data science do for medical Research?

Centre for Translational Data Science / Sydney Informatics Hub



Seminar Room 61.02, Level 6, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Camperdown

Do you want to hear about initiatives within Sydney Health Partners about the potential to transform
health through data science?
Do you have structured data that you would like to better visualise?
Do you have structured data from which you would like to gain insight through visualisation or state
of the art statistics/machine learning?
Do you want to use health data to improve clinical practice?
Would your quantitative research benefit from support with stratification, for example in the areas of
tumour research, personalized medicine and individualised therapy?
Would your research benefit from assistance in data mining and handling data complexity, including
high volume computing, storage, procedures for the safe sharing of sensitive data and transfer?
Would your survey/experimental/qualitative research benefit from assistance with data analytics,
predictive modelling, and deep phenotyping for precision medicine?
Are you interested in improving and optimising the efficiency of your research and clinical trials, and
building new tools for physicians and patients to meet the promise of more individualised approaches?
Have you heard of data mining and machine learning algorithms but are unsure how to use them in
your research?
Do you use data analytics techniques now, but would like to collaborate with other data scientists or
learn new techniques?
Would you like to work on high impact projects?

If you are answered “YES” to any of these questions, the Centre for Translational Data Science
(CTDS)/ Sydney Informatics Hub (SIH), have resources that can assist you in providing additional,
hopefully compelling, data science findings that will bolster your research papers.
Please come along and find out more

Please RSVP by replying to [email protected]