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scTCR/BCR workshop in Berlin – June 2024: Registration now opened

Workshop by CompCancer and CUBI: Get insight into the computational analysis of multimodal immune profiling single-cell transcriptomic datasets, to network between the interested scientists in Berlin and to foster collaboration at the scTCR/BCR workshop in Berlin. Register here!

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January Weiner nominated for a book prize

January Weiner has been nominated for the 2023 book prize of Gazeta Wyborcza and the Jagiellonian University.

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VarFish accepted in BIH Digital Health Accelerator Program
Manuel Holtgrewe from CUBI wins BIH DHA grant

Manuel Holtgrewe (CUBI), Max Zhao and Lara Einicke won phase 1 grant of the BIH Digital Health Accelerator. Congratulations!

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CUBI moved to new offices

CUBI has moved to new offices, you can find us now here.

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CUBI HLA typing in Covid-19 reproduced by several other studies

During the pandemics, we have found that HLA C*04-01 is a risk allele for Covid-19 severity. Since then, the finding has been reproduced by several other studies. A recent paper summarises our findings and later confirmations.

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Next R Crash Course in March 2024

We are continuing with another installment of the R crash course.

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Study on Large Language Models in Precision Oncology published

We proudly announce that our study on large language models in precision oncology has now been published in JAMANetworkOpen.

Treating cancer is becoming increasingly complex, but also offers more and more possibilities. Clinical interpretation of complex biomarkers for precision oncology currently requires manual investigations of previous studies and databases. Conversational large language models (LLMs) might be beneficial as automated tools for assisting clinical decision-making.

See the full press release for more details.

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HPC User Meeting

We are happy to invite you to the HPC User Meeting on October 26, 2023. Note that this course is a directly before the HPC Crash Course on October 26, 2023.

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Crash-Course: 'HPC in Biomedical Research'

We are happy to announce a short, crash-course version of “HPC in Biomedical Research”. Note that this course is a directly after the HPC User Meeting on October 26, 2023.

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