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Discovery Lecture - Dr. Eils - Shared screen with speaker view
Xiao-Ou Shu
24:11
No
Ayesha Muhammad
24:12
No!
Jeremy Warner
24:15
no
Giovanni Davogustto
24:17
No
Blake Baleami (she/hers)
24:24
It’s still on the first slide
Carlos F Lopez
38:56
Please post your questions here and I will read them on your behalf to Dr. Eils at the end of his talk.
Hannah Slater
01:12:39
Where do you see the future of this field going?
Carlos F Lopez
01:13:51
Thanks! Other questions ?
Jason Hughes
01:14:50
For predicting the metabolic state of patients into the future how do you deal with factors that might perturb that correlations and analysis, such as difference in treatments that patients have taken, or patients having or have had more than one disease?
Fernando Elijovich
01:15:41
Will the improvement in prediction (over current traditional risk factors) be cost-effective for widespread use in clinical medicine?
Chenchal Subraveti
01:15:48
Have you used EKG / imaging - data for cardiac disease prediction?
Vito Quaranta
01:18:30
Fascinating talk Roland. I am intrigued by the game theory approach you mentioned for metabolomics predictors…Does that mean there are trade-offs there, if someone has protective markers for one disease, he/she may have increased risk for another?