Description. Welcome to Prof. PhD. Humberto González-Díaz invited talk cover and tutoring channel on Chem-Bioinformatics & Nano-Informatics in Neurosciences. The talk is part of the NEURODAT’21 training program funded by IBRO-PERC Soft Skills Training call of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) and the Pan-Europe Regional Committee (PERC). NEURODAT’21 is devoted to promote soft skills on entry level medicine and also STEMS area students interested on neurosciences. On this talk the professor made an introduction to the basic concepts related to Chem-Bioinformatics and Nano-Informatics with applications in Neurosciences.
Description of channel. This channel is part of the NEURODAT’21 training program funded by IBRO-PERC Soft Skills Training call of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) and the Pan-Europe Regional Committee (PERC). NEURODAT’21 is a training program devoted to promote soft skills on entry level Medicine and also STEMS area students interested on Neurosciences. In this tutoring channels students will be allowed to do online public questions and comments about different topics of Deep Learning and its applications in Neurosciences. Prof. Gnozalez-Diaz will answer all questions within his area of expertise. This professor may interact with you in English, or Spanish. Galego and Euskera can be used also for short comments and written questions/answers.
Talk & Channel Topics. The emphasis is on use in Neurosciences of Chem-Bioninformatics and Nanoinformatics, Molecular Descriptors, Computer Aided Drug Discovery (CADD), Machine Learning, Multi-output models, Multi-label classification, Information Fusion Perturbation-Theory Machine Learning (IFPTML) models, Complex Networks, Protein Interactions Networks (PINs), Metabolic Networks, Brain Cortex Networks, etc.
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