Last week, Serghei Mangul and Kerui Peng attended the 2019 9th International Conference on Computational Advances in Bio and medical Sciences (ICCABS) at Florida International University in Miami!

Kerui, a PhD rotation student in Mangul Lab at USC, presented her research in an oral presentation, “Reuse of publicly available omics data across 1 million research publications,” at the meeting’s 9th Workshop on Computational Advances for Next Generation Sequencing.

In addition, Kerui won a conference travel award from the Graduate Affairs Office in the USC School of Pharmacy!

Workshop organizer Alex Zelikovsky introduces Kerui

Kerui describes public repositories for genomic data

Kerui shows that data from one repository is reused more often than data from another repository

Miami, Florida