MIMOmics (Methods for Integrated analysis of multiple Omics datasets) is a FP7-HEALTH-2012 Innovation project funded by the European Commission, running from October 2012 till October 2017, coordinated by the Leiden University Medical Center.
Summary of the project
How methods for data analysis improve the lives of John and Suzy. This animation shows why multiple datasets should be used together to predict outcomes. The MIMOmics consortium develops the necessary methods.
Georgios Bartzis (PhD student, LUMC) won the “Best Student Paper Award” at 9th EMR-IBS and Italian Region conference, Thessaloniki, 8-12 May 2017. The title was: “Estimating metabolite networks subject to dietary preference in the longitudinal setting”. Congratulations!
There will be a closed session for MIMOmics members as F2F meeting on June 29, 2017 in Leeds. The registration is combined with the registration for the workshop.
For the details of the workshop look at the workshop website.
The topic is statistical and machine learning methods for omics research. The workshop will be under the umbrella of LASR (Leeds Annual Statistical Research) which has been initiated and organized in the past by Prof Kanti Mardia. The workshop will also disseminate methods developed during the 5 years program MIMOmics. Sir David Cox and Prof Ana Conesa (Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe, Valencia, Spain and University of Florida, Gainesville, USA) and many others have confirmed to give a lecture at the workshop. For detailed information and registration see workshop website.