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Thousands of voxels and millions of SNPs - what’s a poor researcher to do? Methods for multivariate data analysis in the world of imaging genomics

Event date: 
29 November 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
NeuRA seminar room, Barker street, Randwick
Event Type: 
Seminar
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A goal of neurobiological research is to link genetic polymorphisms with physiological differences and clinical syndromes. Rapid technologic advances are allowing accumulation of ever more finely grained imaging and genetic data, but methods to integrate massive numbers of observations into testable hypotheses are still being developed. This talk will review some of the approaches to combine genetic and structural imaging MRI data, including topological data analysis and polygenic risk scores.

Contact for inquiries: 
Dr Lucette Cysique ( lcysique@unsw.edu.au) and Dr Lauriane Jugé ( l.juge@neura.edu.au)
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