Math Biology Seminar: Josh Scurll

  • Date: 12/10/2015
  • Time: 14:00
Lecturer(s):
Josh Scurll, UBC
Location: 

University of British Columbia

Topic: 

Clustering in cell biology

Description: 

Clustering is a useful data analysis technique in cell biology. For instance, it can be used to analyse the degree of clustering of receptors on a cell membrane, whereby we wish to cluster super-resolution microscopy localizations in physical spatial dimensions, or it can be used to identify populations of cells in high-throughput,high-dimensional single-cell data. Here, I will discuss how approaches from graph theory can be useful for such challenges.

Other Information: 

Location: ESB 2012