Bioinformatics Training and Education Program

Artificial Intelligence in the Biomedical Sciences

AI in Biomedical Research @ NIH Seminar Series

Artificial Intelligence in the Biomedical Sciences

 When: Feb. 29th, 2024 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Seminar Series Details:

Presented By:
Brian Ondov, Ph.D. (NLM)
Online Webinar
Organized By:
Brian Ondov, Ph.D. (NLM)

About Brian Ondov, Ph.D. (NLM)

Brian Ondov completed his PhD in the Phillippy lab under the NIH Graduate Partnership Program, earning the degree from the University of Maryland under the advisement of Niklas Elmqvist. He has worked on Krona, Mash, and Harvest, and is now a Postdoc under Dina Demner-Fushman at the National Library of Medicine.

About this Class

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly ubiquitous in biomedical research, enabled by large datasets, new algorithms, and hardware improvements. In this session, Dr. Brian Ondov will introduce the basic principles of AI and describe how its various forms can help researchers in different ways, including image classification, sequence-based prediction, generative models, and language understanding. 

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