I’m currently on my way back to Vancouver after a few days in Berkeley, California. I was here for a conference on data science. This was the first more “data science-y” conference I have attended, in contrast to the usual cancer immunology conferences.
The talks were fantastic, and very interesting. Even if the techniques were not being applied to the same biological problem I work on, the techniques themselves were interesting to learn about.
I gave a talk on our work predicting neoantigens and extracting TCRs from TCGA tumour sequence data. I’ve uploaded the talk for any interested parties, it can be found here: scottbrown_tbds_presentation_web_161010
Looking forward to more conferences like this one!