58307312 Master's thesis seminar 2009-2010
Each MBI student will give two presentations during the thesis work. First presentation is given when you have completed your thesis research plan and the second when you complete the final thesis.
The aim of the first presentation is to describe the problem setting tackled in the thesis to the audience. You should also tell us something about existing methods, the methodology and data that you are going to use in your work. The main goal, however, is to make sure that the audience understands why this particular problem is interesting and relevant.
In the second presentation, you should tell us what results did you get and what problems did you run into. It is also helpful to briefly remind the audience about topics discussed in detail in the first presentation.
Participation in 12 sessions during the studies is required. This includes students' own presentations.
- Mon 8 Feb 2010, 16.15-17.00. Emmi Tikkanen (Plan). Title: Statistical and computational methods for genetic risk prediction of cardiovascular disease Room C222, Exactum.
- Mon 1 Feb 2010, 16.15-17.00. Riku Louhimo (Final). Title: Integrating Exon Array and Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization Data in Glioblastoma Room C222, Exactum.
- Mon 18 Jan 2010, 16.15-17.00. Sari Bombino (Final). Title: Computational Analysis of Genetic Variation in Putative Regulatory Elements, Room C222, Exactum.
- Mon 5 Oct 2009, 16.15-17.00. Li Zitong (Reseach plan). Room C222, Exactum.
- Mon 21 Sep 2009, 16.15-17.00. Riku Louhimo (Reseach plan). room C222, Exactum.
- Fri 4 Sep 2009, 11.15-12.00. Ping Chen (Final), Title: Computational approaches for alternative splicing analysis using exon arrays Room B123, Exactum.