LeedsOmics Research Symposium 2019

The LeedsOmics Research Symposium 2019 on May 13th, 2019 was a great success again this year, full of great talks by talented researchers with an emphasis on genomics, transcriptomics, translatomics and proteomics at the University of Leeds. We hosted two keynote speakers: Dr Michael Barnes (Queen Mary University of London) and Prof Claire Eyers (University of Liverpool), who delighted us with fantastic overviews on machine learning applied to omics-derived clinical data and paradigm shifts in our understanding of protein phosphorylation, respectively. Attendees (PhD students, postdocs, technicians, and academics) had plenty of opportunities to chat about omics-related science during coffee/lunch breaks, a stimulating poster session, and wine and cheese reception.

Congratulations to Alysha Taylor on winning the best oral presentation award and to Ioannis Tsagakis on winning the best poster presentation award at LeedsOmics Research Symposium 2019.

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