Biomedical science and machine learning: A two-way street

Tuesday, February 7
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Reception to follow
Biomedical science and data analysis technologies have both experienced revolutions in the 21st century. Join Caroline Uhler to learn how these two fields are coming together — and how today’s biological questions are motivating new developments in machine learning to help find answers. 

This Broad Discovery Series talk will be held both in person and virtually. Those attending in person are invited to a reception in the Broad Discovery Center following the talk to celebrate.
To attend virtually, follow the link here at the time of the event.

Broad is a fully vaccinated workplace. All guests coming to Broad must be fully vaccinated.

Boosters are strongly recommended, if you're able to receive one.

Broad Discovery Series

The Broad Discovery Series (formerly known as Science For All Seasons) brings researchers to the stage to discuss and answer questions about some of the most pressing topics in science and medicine today. Held in-person and virtually at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, these free public events explore the genetic and biological roots of human health and disease, the mechanisms that govern how our cells and bodies function, new technologies that are changing what's possible in science, and the progress being made to translate these findings into treatments for common and rare diseases.