Big Data and the Human Brain tech talk promo material

UPDATE: Venue for tech talk has been changed to 302 SCE (Student Center East), 750 S. Halsted St.

Please join us for a tech talk, Big Data and the Human Brain: Integrating Complex Data to Find Cures, with guest speaker Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD, the John S. Garvin Chair, professor and head of the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation at UIC.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
5:00–6:30 p.m.

302 SCE (Student Center East)
750 S. Halsted St,
Chicago, Illinois, 60607

Light refreshments will be served. Parking is available for $8.50 in the lot at the corner of Halsted and Taylor Streets.

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Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD, has made important contributions to neurological science in the fields of neuregulin in development as well as the functional and genomics of human epilepsy and has been actively translating these basic discoveries into a data repository and developing novel therapeutics for neurological disorders ranging from multiple sclerosis, ALS, and epilepsy. He is the recipient of multiple grants from the NIH, NSF, and many private foundations and continues to excel in the arena of translational medicine. Dr. Loeb brings to UIC a strong reputation for successful, multidisciplinary program development and collaboration with both academic and private industry to produce important research and new approaches to neurological treatments including pioneering a systems biology approach that links genes, proteins, and molecules to epileptic activities in the human brain. Further, he is one of the pioneers in the field of growth factor signaling in motor neurons, and the developer of novel, patented therapeutics for a variety of human diseases, including the development of an innovative drug targeting technology that could significantly improve the treatment of brain disorders and cancer.

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