Advanced Training - Using the tranSMART Platform

A session at tranSMART Foundation 2015 Annual Meeting

  • Tatiana Khasanova

Tuesday 20th October, 2015

1:00pm to 2:00pm

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A brief overview of the tranSMART Platform will be covered followed by examples of several real life scientific project examples.

Training provided by Rancho Biosciences.

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Tatiana Khasanova

Director of Contract Research, Rancho Biosciences

Tatiana Khasanova is a Director of Contract Research at Rancho Biosciences. She leads the team of data curators, bioinformaticians, and IT specialists to support knowledge management projects for pharmaceutical industry and non-profit and governmental organizations.

Tatiana has over 10 years of experience working with complex, customer-oriented projects in science. As a member of a medicinal chemistry team at BioFocus DPI Tatiana worked on the therapeutics for neuropathic pain, treatments for inflammatory and cardiovascular diseases. Several US and International patents were filed as a result of this work. Tatiana then continued her career at GeneGo (acquired in 2010 by Thomson Reuters) shifting the focus towards knowledge management projects. Tatiana has accumulated significant experience working with many open source tools and platforms, including tranSMART, Cytoscape, Connectivity map and many more.

Tatiana earned her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Moscow State University in Russian Federation. She completed her PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry at University of Nevada, Reno under the mentorship of Professor Robert Sheridan. Postdoctoral training was completed at the University of California, Irvine with Professor James Nowick in the area of peptidomimetics, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s diseases.

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Time 1:00pm2:00pm AMT

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