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UW Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Series - CME Activity #DS1822
Wednesdays at 3:30 PM, Health Sciences Building, room D209 or online via Zoom.com.
Keith Baggerly, PhD - "The Importance of Reproducible Research in High-Throughput Biology: Case Studies in Forensic Bioinformatics"
Date of activity: 18Jul2018

Keith Baggerly, PhD
Professor, Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Division of Quantitative Sciences
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Speaker disclosures: Dr. Keith Baggerly discloses no conflict of interest.

2017-18 Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Planning Committee Disclosures:

The following members have no financial or other relationship with any commercial interest in the past twelve months; Noah Hoffman, MD, PhD; Rhona Jack, PhD; Josh Lieberman, MD, PhD; Colin Murphy, MD; Joe Rutledge, MD; Dan Sabath, MD, PhD and Brian Shirts, MD, PhD.

Planning member disclosures, continued - Sindhu Cherian, MD discloses a royalty with CAP Press, Amalia Magaret, PhD discloses a consulting, speaking and teaching relationship with Immune Design Corp. and AiCuris, Sean Murphy, MD, PhD discloses a consulting, speaking and teaching relationship with BioFire Defense and bioMerieux and Mark Wener, MD discloses a royalty with Medical Training Software, Rheumatology and UpToDate and grant/research support from BioRad and Boehringer-Ingelheim.

Grant Acknowledgement: None

Objectives:

1. List three common types of data analysis and processing errors
2. Relate examples of how these types of errors could negatively affect patient care
3. Discuss ways of reducing the problem and highlight outstanding challenges

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