Biologically-driven and personalized medical research relies upon the availability of large multi-modal datasets of high quality. The consolidation and shared utilization of these data poses challenges compounded by increasing data size, variety, and the availability of advanced research computing resources. Using examples from oncology and neuropsychiatric research, the panel will discuss the current challenges and opportunities facing information management in medical research and recent progress in bioinformatics data science.
Manager of Neuroin Formatics Group at the Rotman Research Institute
Manager of Scientific Computing / Research Informatics at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
Associate Director and co-founder of HPC4Health
Senior Manager Operations at Sunnybrook Hospital