• Kim-Anh Le Cao
  1. CellBench: a new package helping researchers to select the best tool for interpreting single-cell datasets.

    Much is still unknown about the trillions of cells in the human body. In the quest to better understand cells and the role they play in …


  2. Empowering researchers to understand microbiome data for frontier projects

    The recent mixOmics workshop empowered Australian microbial ecologist researchers with necessary analytical tools to analyse their complex data and enable them to explore and accelerate discoveries …


  3. Multi-omics data integration: method and ground-breaking neonate study

    Lê Cao team and collaborators from University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) have published their first method to integrate multiple omics data from the same set of biospecimens …


  4. Moran Medal from the Australian Academy of Science

    The Moran Medal in Statistical Sciences is awarded every two years by the Australian Academy of Science to recognize outstanding research by Australian scientists below 10 …


  5. Research fellow computational genomics and statistics (2 +2 years)

    The School for Mathematics and Statistics (https://ms.unimelb.edu.au ), and its partner Melbourne Integrative Genomics (MIG, https://research.unimelb.edu.au/integrative-genomics ) are seeking a qualified and enthusiastic Research Fellow to …


  6. Single cell benchmark manuscript on bioRxiv

    The CellBench data are out and we benchmarked a wide variety of methods for single cell transcriptomics data analysis. More details at this link. This work …


  7. mixOmics workshop Nov 6, Vancouver, Canada

    Our first mixOmics workshop with a special focus on microbiome data analysis will take place in Vancouver. The event is organised by the Microbiome Research Network, University …


  8. Masterclass, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Oct 10, 12-1pm (Evan Williams) , UoM

    ‘Introduction to visualization for small and big data’ by Kim-Anh Le Cao, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Oct 10 12-1pm (Evan Williams), University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia. …


  9. Latrobe University, Oct 5, 12-1pm

    ‘Multivariate data integration of omics data’, by Kim-Anh Lê Cao, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,Oct 5 2018, Melbourne, Australia.


  10. Kim-Anh selected for the Homeward Bound project 4

    Kim-Anh Lê Cao is amongst the seven University of Melbourne staff members and associates have been selected to participate in the Homeward Bound global leadership initiative …


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