Data Mining for Novel Discovery in Bioinformatics and Medical Data Analytics

Speaker:

Professor Phoebe Chen

La Trobe University

Editor-in-Chief: Current Bioinformatics

Hosts the ARC Centre of Excellence in Bioinformatics from 2008 to present

The Title of Speech: Data Mining for Novel Discovery in Bioinformatics and Medical Data Analytics

Abstract of Speech:

Bioinformatics and medical data analysis has become more accurate with the emergence of modelling methods based on data mining development. The huge quantities of data and escalating demands of modern biomedical research increasingly require the sophistication and power of computational techniques for their novel discovery. In this talk, I will demonstrate data mining methods for gathering high-quality approximations and modelling of genomic and medical data analytics.

Biography of the Speaker:

Phoebe Chen is Professor and Chair at the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, La Trobe University, Melbourne Australia. She is also the Chief Investigator of ARC Centre of Excellence in Bioinformatics. Phoebe received her PhD at the University of Queensland. She has published over 250 research papers, many of them appeared in top journals and conferences. She has been associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems and IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, Editor-in-Chief Current Bioinformatics. Phoebe is steering committee chair of Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (founder) and International conference on Multimedia Modelling. She has been on the program committee’s chairs and member of over 100 international conferences.