18 episodes

CAB Talk: the Computer-Aided Biology podcast hosted by Fane Mensah of the Computer-Aided Biology Community and co-hosted by David Kirk.

In CAB Talk we talk to the “who’s who” of our community, and those working in the trenches across this diverse field. From data scientists to biologists and from investors to engineers, you will hear their stories, opinions, and expertise on everything happening at the intersection of biology and technology.

Want to learn more about CAB? Check out www.computeraidedbiology.com

CAB Talk Fane Mensah & David Kirk

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CAB Talk: the Computer-Aided Biology podcast hosted by Fane Mensah of the Computer-Aided Biology Community and co-hosted by David Kirk.

In CAB Talk we talk to the “who’s who” of our community, and those working in the trenches across this diverse field. From data scientists to biologists and from investors to engineers, you will hear their stories, opinions, and expertise on everything happening at the intersection of biology and technology.

Want to learn more about CAB? Check out www.computeraidedbiology.com

    CABTalk S2E7: AI, Life Science, and Wraparound Care with Mike Fero COO of TeselaGen

    CABTalk S2E7: AI, Life Science, and Wraparound Care with Mike Fero COO of TeselaGen

    With advancements in artificial intelligence and cloud computing technologies, there are a growing number of solutions in Computer-Aided Biology. But what exactly are the problems? We speak with Dr Mike Fero, the former CEO and current COO of TeselaGen - one of the first big AI companies in the Computer-Aided Biology, on the problems facing scientists and how CAB companies should be articulating that problem. We also chat about Mike's journey from Physics into Computer-Aided Biology, the challenges facing CAB companies and CEOs today, as well as his personal challenge of balancing work with life and providing "wraparound care" for his grandchild.

    • 43 min
    CABTalk S2E6: Design of Experiments in Biology with Shama Chilakwad

    CABTalk S2E6: Design of Experiments in Biology with Shama Chilakwad

    Biology is a notoriously difficult research area, especially for replicating results. To paraphrase from a film that has inspired thousands of people to get into this field: life finds a way (of behaving unexpectedly). Because everything is so interconnected in biology, the one-factor-at-a-time (OFAT) approach is usually taken to investigate biological systems. But what if there were a better way to gain insights into the holistic nature of biology and explore the interconnectedness of various factors while maintaining scientific accuracy? Well there is, it’s called Design of Experiments (DOE).

    When we say DOE we are talking about a branch of applied statistics that can be applied to experimental design to explore the relationships between factors in an experiment as well as the effect of the factors themselves. Compared to other experimental approaches, such as the OFAT approach, DOE can save time and resources in performing experiments while providing deeper insights.

    In CABTalk this month, EngD student Shama Chilakwad explains how her studies are entirely based on exploring the possibilities of DOE in studying transaminases.

    • 40 min
    CABTalk S2E5: The Future of Research with Melissa Sterry

    CABTalk S2E5: The Future of Research with Melissa Sterry

    Research in life science is changing fast. The skillsets of scientists can barely keep up with the changing technology, demanding new and better knowledge of statistics, programming, experimental design as well as a plethora of new automation tools. So what will the lab and, more importantly, the researcher of the future look like? We asked Dr Melissa Sterry, who is a Design Scientist, Systems Theorist and Futurist, to help us imagine the future of research.

    #ComputerAidedBiology #Automation #Software #SyntheticBiology #SciencePodcast

    • 31 min
    CABTalk S2E4: Revolutionizing Healthcare with Cloud Computing - Jo Bhakdi CEO of Quantgene

    CABTalk S2E4: Revolutionizing Healthcare with Cloud Computing - Jo Bhakdi CEO of Quantgene

    Cloud computing is helping revolutionize the personalized healthcare space with 21st century Computer-Aided Biology tools. Next generation sequencing technologies capable of generating more data than ever before, the storage, processing and analysis of that data is more than a single machine can handle. Enter the cloud. In this episode we talk with Jo Bhakdi, CEO of Quantgene, a company bringing the power of next generation deep sequencing to liquid biopsies to search for early signs of cancer. He tells us how the cloud plays a critical role in managing all that data and how their technology aims to increase the human life span by a decade within a decade.

    Quantgene are working with Serenity, a system which utilizes Quantgene's liquid biopsy and AI, and has turned it into a customer-facing product. For US customers who are interested in liquid biopsy for early cancer signal detection and whole exome sequencing, and who want to incorporate the Serenity system into a preventative health plan, visit www.chooseserenity.com and use the discount code CAB15 for 15% off at checkout.

    • 30 min
    CABTalk S2E3: Vaccine Development with Bruno Correia

    CABTalk S2E3: Vaccine Development with Bruno Correia

    Vaccines, vaccines, vaccines! That is all we hear about these days. But how do they work in the body? And how is the world of vaccine development changing with new Computer-Aided Biology tools? We talk to Assistant Professor Bruno Correia at EPFL in Switzerland about the challenges facing vaccines and his research on protein engineering and design. 

    • 30 min
    CABTalk S2E2: Talking Intellectual Property with Sara Holland

    CABTalk S2E2: Talking Intellectual Property with Sara Holland

    Intellectual Property has a funny relationship with research and innovation. Sara Holland is a patent attorney at Potter Clarkson and expert in Synthetic Biology IP. She talks us through the steps in identifying if your research could be protected, what goes into making a patent, and dispels the rumors around publishing vs patenting - you can have it all!

    • 28 min

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