14:00 - 15:00
Lectures, talks and seminars
Mathematical Sciences, Department of
Dr Osama Mahmoud email@example.com
These Departmental Seminars are for everyone in Maths. We encourage anyone interested in the subject in general, or in the particular subject of the seminar, to come along. It's a great opportunity to meet people in the Maths Department and join in with our community.
There are different biological methods that have been developed over the years for analysis of the 3D structure of the DNA. Few computational and statistical methods have, however, been developed to analysis data generated using the Hi-C method.
We follow statistical methodology to explore the Hi-C data. The Hi-C data is well suited to be analysed using a finite mixture model. The Potts model, a hidden Markov random field model, was employed to analyse the hidden (latent) components. The hidden components through the Potts model can be categorised into k components (k = 2,3…,K).
Using the Metropolis-within-Gibbs approach to analyse the data, the proposed method was able to detect interactions (short and long range) and loops. A large part of the significant interactions that we detect are found within Topological Associated Domains, which is one of the 3D structures known to occur in Hi-C data.
Godwin Osuntoki, University of Essex
If not a member of the Dept. Mathematical Science at the University of Essex, you can register your interest in attending the seminar and request the Zoom’s meeting password by emailing Dr Osama Mahmoud (firstname.lastname@example.org).