We are happy to welcome
Sigve Nakken, PhD., Adjunct Professor from the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital and the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo to give a talk on
Computational frameworks to support precision cancer medicine on
Wednesday October 4, 11-12.00 at FIMM 3rd floor coffee area.
You can also join via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 909 195 9725
Directly after the talk there will be the possibility to join for a speaker’s lunch 12.05-13.00 in the FIMM 3rd floor meeting room.
If you would like to join, please register in advance by sending an email to email@example.com by Monday morning, Oct. 2, to reserve your spot and inform of potential allergies or dietary restrictions.
If you otherwise wish to discuss with Sigve during his visit, please contact the host Vilja Pietiäinen to ask for any free slots available (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sigve Nakken works as a scientist at the Institute for Cancer Research at Oslo University Hospital, Norway, with affiliation to the Centre for Cancer Cell Reprogramming (CanCell), a Centre of Excellence at the University of Oslo. In addition, he holds an Adjunct Professor position at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo. Nakken’s main interests are tool development for clinical interpretation of cancer genomes, mechanisms and impact of DNA variation in cancer (soma and germline), and knowledge integration for precision cancer medicine. He has a background in computer science (MSc) and computational biology (PhD), and extensive experience with analysis of data from high-throughput sequencing technologies. He is the lead developer of multiple bioinformatics tools used in high-throughput cancer biology.