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Gibbons Lecture Series 2016
The Computer Science Department at the University of Auckland is pleased to announce the Gibbons Lecture Series for 2016. This year the lectures address aspects of the application of Information Technology in Medicine. The applications discussed range from modelling of human physiology and analysis of DNA to the evolution of CT scanning and improved management of chronic illness.
More detail is available at the Gibbons Lectures website.
Talks are at 6pm for 6.30pm start on Thursdays May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, at the University of Auckland, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road. (Note that there is public parking in the basement of the Owen G Glenn Building.)
May 5th – Computational Physiology
May 12th – Finding your place in the genome: assembly, annotation, association
May 19th – A case study of IT in Medical Imaging: The evolution of Computed Tomography
May 26th – Using IT to improve health delivery for management of chronic illness