Namshik Han is a group leader at the Milner Therapeutics Institute in University of Cambridge. He leads the computational biology research group at the Institute. The group perform large scale data analysis which will involve collation and analysis of data from a variety of sources including third-party data, in-house data and publicly generated datasets. The main aim of the group is to develop new computational methods fulfilling the global mission of identifying new or better therapies from the analysis of biological data. He had been educated in both Law and Computer Science for Undergraduate level and moved into Computational Biology for Master level. After his Master, he spent 3 years to participate in a software system development project at Telecommunication Research Center of Samsung Electronics. He firstly joined the Milner Therapeutics Institute as Research Programme Coordinator on June 2016 to manage the research programmes within the Institute. He has lead the Milner Computational Biology group since December 2017.
Day I 13.06.2018 Wednesday 15:00 – 15:25
Track: biotechnology & digital health
“How artificial intelligence is reshaping biotechnology and healthcare sectors?”