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Elsevier in the Classroom: Pathway Studio

Hosted by Elsevier Life Science Solutions

Organized by The Cancer Cell Map Initiative (CCMI)

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Elsevier Pathway Studio® software utilizes MedScan® Natural Language Processing (NLP) to extract facts from most of the entirety of published biomedical literature. The software enables scientists to create their own personal knowledgebase from biomedical areas of interest. Literature facts can be assembled textually or within graphical networks describing disease and healthy states which can be used to identify key target molecules and specific interventional interactions. Graphical modeling allows for import of experimental data and interpretation of results based on a priori knowledge.

Presentations

“An Introduction to Pathway Studio”

Stephen Sharp, Ph.D. Senior Product Manager

Elsevier Life Science Solutions 

“The Elsevier in the Classroom Program – From Knowledge-based Experimental Design to Dynamic Modeling and in Silico Biology”

Chris Cheadle, Ph.D. Director of Genomics Research

Elsevier R&D Solutions

 

Refreshments will be provided.


No Show Policy

While we do not charge a fee to attend this event, these programs would not be sustainable and available to all wanting to attend, unless all registrants abide by the 48 hour cancellation notice policy. A no-show will also limit your ability to book our events in the future. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Directions

A map of Leichtag Building and the nearby parking lots can be viewed here. If using the UC San Diego Shuttle, exit at Gilman Drive and Meyers lane, then walk south towards School of Medicine. Parking at UC San Diego’s School of Medicine is available to all faculty, staff, and visitors. The closest parking lots are P602, P603 and the Gilman Parking structure. Hourly rates are posted at meters; cards are accepted. Additionally, valet parking is available in lot P610 on Osler Lane.

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