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Omics Data As A Framework to Define And Test Actual Biological Functions Of The Microbiome


2815842_fc6fc9e2 (1)Dr. William DePaolo, USC Keck School of Medicine

Dr. DePaolo’s talk will explore the data deluge, media hype, and omics craze surrounding the microbiome. Combining cutting-edge immunological and microbial research, he will draw on his laboratory’s experimental data to examine how omics “hypothesis generating” research can–and should–be combined with functional assays in animals and cell culture.

Monday, November 2, 2015
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Los Angeles, 3314 Life Sciences Building

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