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Early Detection International Webinar: Antigen independent de novo prediction of cancer associated T cells

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As part of our ongoing series of international webinars in Early Detection, we are delighted to welcome Dr Bo Li from UT Southwestern Medical Center who will speak on Antigen independent de novo prediction of cancer associated T cells.

All registered attendees will be sent a Zoom link in advance of the event. Register here.

Speaker Biography

Dr. Li received his bachelor’s degree in physics from Peking University, China (2009), and developed a fascination with complex, yet highly organized biological systems. He then pursued a PhD degree in Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, under the supervision of Dr. Jun Li. He joined the Dr. Xiaole Shirley Liu lab at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for a postdoctoral fellowship, where he was jointly supervised by Drs. Shirley Liu and Jun S. Liu at Harvard Department of Statistics. Li’s research interests are in developing novel bioinformatics methods for investigating high-throughput genomics data to understand disease etiology and biological processes, with a particular interest in cancer. In 2017, Li joined UT Southwestern Medical Center to continue his research in cancer genomics and computational cancer immunology.

This talk is part of the Early Detection Special Lecture Series series.

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