Data Science & Health

Single Cell Omics, 29 November from 14:00 - 15:30 (CET), Anne Kaster

This lecture is held by the PIs of the school and invited speakers who cover additional themes. The course consists of lecture-style elements and an interactive discussion. It covers data science methods (e.g., clustering, image analysis, visualization, deep learning), domain-oriented methods (e.g., medical imaging, surgery) as well as ethical, legal and social implications. The aim of the course is to introduce the doctoral researchers to the field and to give a basic understanding of all research areas of the school. In addition, it will train them to consider the different views and needs of data science and health-related sciences, and the opportunities for interdisciplinary cooperation.

This year, the lecture Data Science & Health is offered online via zoom. The lecture takes place weekly and only attendance is documented. 


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