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Data-intensive Neuroscience

Friday, 2 December 2016 from 09:30 to 16:45 (GMT)

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This workshop aims to showcase the research in applying and developing data-intensive methodologies to support clinical practice and research in the area of neuroscience.

A series of talks on different projects running in Manchester will be presented by speakers from the University of Manchester, University of Sydney, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Salford Royal NHS Trust.

The workshop will provide an opportunity for networking and brief flash talks (3 min) from the audience showcasing their research and/or ideas for collaboration.


Programme


  9:30-10:00             Registration


10:00-10:20   

Simon Harper (School of Comp Sci): Neurodegenerative Disease Platform Technologies

10:20-10:40

Dave Lester (School of Comp Sci): An Overview of the Human Brain Project

10:40-11:00    

Ann Gledson (School of Comp Sci): Combining mouse and keyboard input with higher level desktop actions to detect the early stages of dementia



11:00-11:20          Break


11:20-11:40

Azad Dehghan (School of Comp Sci): Clinical text mining to support neuroscience clinical practice and research

11:40-12:10 

Josiah Poon (University of Sydney) and Yiu-ming Ng (Chinese University of Hong Kong): Text mining stroke consultation notes

12:10-12:30

Zsolt Zador (Salford Royal NHS Trust & University of Manchester): Discovery of clinical patterns in neuroscience using machine learning



12:30-13:15         Flash talks/discussions from the participants


13:15-14:00         Lunch break


14:00-14:20

Mark Humphries (University of Manchester): Knowledge-discovery for large-scale neural recordings

14:20-14:40 

David Brough (University of Manchester): Understanding mechanisms of inflammation that contribute to brain disease

14:40-15:00 

Malcolm Oswald (Centre for Social Ethics and Policy, Manchester): Data sharing law


15:00-15:20         Break



15:20-15:40

Alex Lau (Chinese University of Hong Kong): Big data and Integrative Medicine for Neurological Diseases

15:40-16:00 

Adrian Parry-Jones (Salford Royal NHS Trust & University of Manchester):  Using existing data and information technology to improve care along the Greater Manchester stroke pathway

16:00-16:20

David Rog (Salford Royal NHS Trust): "Bringing the acquisition of structured data into the Multiple Sclerosis clinic - our experience to date


16:20- 16:45    Discussions and next steps


 


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When & Where


Atlas rooms
Kilburn building
Oxford Road
M13 9PL Manchester
United Kingdom

Friday, 2 December 2016 from 09:30 to 16:45 (GMT)


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