XML Research Seminar: Linking Disciplines, Omics and AI to improve Human Health

Add to Calendar XML Research Seminar: Linking Disciplines, Omics and AI to improve Human HealthThe Leonard Wolfson Auditorium
The Leonard Wolfson Auditorium
Prof James Crabbe
Event price
Free (coffee, tea, and cake provided)
Booking Required
Not Required
There is provision for wheelchair users.
Professor M. James C. Crabbe is a Supernumerary Fellow and former Governing Body Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford University. An Emeritus Professor, he was formerly Professor of Protein Biochemistry and Head of School at the University of Reading, and Executive Dean of Creative Arts, Technologies & Science and Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Bedfordshire. In 2024 he was elected a Fellow of the Asia Pacific Technological Sciences Academy. His research has resulted in over 340 research publications in refereed journals and books, plus 14 items of commercial molecular modelling software produced by Oxford University Press, and numerous awards.

Abstract: Collaboration is a key element of personalised precision medicine, and its its equility of provision in the world. This talk will take a theme of how organisms adapt and evolve in extreme environments and show examples where natural language processing and relation extraction can help in gene ontology, drug development and re-purposing. A holistic approach to the inter-relationships between digital technologies and the physical environment will be discussed, in relation to seep sea mining and the importance of education.

This is a hybrid meeting. Please find the Teams link on XML webpage https://users.ox.ac.uk/~ndog0178/XML/xml_index.html.