News and Events
LSUHSC BIG group at ASHG 2018
(Left to right) Dr. Chindo Hicks, Tarun Mamidi
LSUHSC Summer Research Program 2018
(Left to right) Dr. Jiande Wu, Tarun Mamidi, Ethan Nicklow and Dr. Chindo Hicks,
LSUHSC BIG group at ISMB 2018
(Left to right) Tarun Mamidi, Dr. Chindo Hicks, Dr. Jiande Wu
LSUHSC team participating in ALL OF US project
(Back row: Left to right) Dr. Mohamad Qayoom, Dr. Chindo Hicks, Tarun Mamidi, Camille
M. Fournet, Tara O Rodrigue
(Front row: Left to right) Dr. Judy S. Crabtree, Dr. Lucio Miele, Dr. Fern Tsien
Taking LSUHSC to the world and bringing the world to LSUHSC
South African delegation from Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) led by Professor Zodwa Dlamini (front middle in black attire), Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Engagements being welcomed by Dr. Hicks during their visit to LSUHSC-School of Medicine and LSUHSC's Bioinformatics and Data Science Program on October 17th, 2017.
Bioinformatics and Data Science Program: Putting LSUHSC on the World Map
LSUHSC's Bioinformatics and Data Science (BIG) Program in partnership with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) organized the International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) held at The Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans on November 18, 2017 - November 21, 2017 http://icdm2017.bigke.org/. Dr. Chindo Hicks, Professor of Genetics and Director of LSUHSC's BIG Program served as the organizing Chair.
Participation of LSUHSC at the Research, Innovation and Engagement week in South Africa
Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) in Durban in the Republic of South Africa organized the Research, Innovation and Engagement Week which hosted renowned speakers in the area of Precision Medicine. LSUHSC was represented by Dr. Chindo Hicks, Professor of Genetics and Director of LSUHSC's Bioinformatics and genomics Program. The capstone event for the Research, Innovation and Engagements week was on Wednesday the 12th of July 2017 at the Durban International Convention Center (ICC). There a panel Discussion on Precision Medicine which was chaired by one South Africa's greatest medical scientists, Professor Glenda Gray, the President and CEO of the South African Medical Research Council (SA-MRC) discussed precision medicine, genomics and areas of mutual interests for collaboration in these emerging disciplines. The panel included world renowned Medical Scientists Professor Dave Bates from the University of Nottingham, UK and Professor Chindo Hicks from the Louisiana State University, New Orleans, USA. The video link above shows Dr. Hicks sharing information with the panel and the audience.