Deep Learning in Medical Biology Symposium

Deep Learning in Medical Biology Symposium

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Learn about the latest methods being used to address today’s fundamental biomedical questions by using state-of-the art deep learning networks. 

DLiMB logoDeep Learning in Medical Biology (DLiMB) Symposium

Date: 29 October 2020 

Time: 8am-4pm Melbourne time (GMT+10) 

Venue: Online – Teams Live 

Registration: Free – RSVP essential  



Keynote speakers 

  • Dr Natalie Gunn
    Healthcare Lead, IBM Research Australia
  • Dr Anna Kreshuk
    Group Leader at European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany 
  • Dr Priya Rani
    School of Engineering, RMIT University, Australia 
  • Dr Shantanu Singh
    Senior Group Leader, Imaging Platform, Broad Institute, Massachusetts, USA 


Diversity and Inclusion 

The symposium will be an inclusive environment where diverse voices are heard and respected. We aim to: 

  • Achieve gender parity in speakers and symposium chairs 
  • Foster a spirit of inclusiveness for all symposium attendees 
  • Encourage participation from under-represented groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 
  • Create a space where everyone can be their authentic selves, including those from the LGBTIQA+ community 


Organising committee members 


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