Pine Biotech held a workshop and discussion of the approaches that are being developed for the T-BioInfo platform. The approaches were presented by Julia Panov, a Ph.D. student from Haifa University and data scientist working at Pine Biotech. Her presentation covered some of the projects with preliminary results showing a promising method of integrating various omics data types and applying them to noisy datasets signal processing for target discovery and biomarkers. The workshop was held at the Flower Hall at Tulane University. This was the first presentation to over 40 people that gathered to discuss interesting applications of biomedical data analysis to healthcare and pharma. Dr. Yu-Ping Wang and Dr. Lars Gilbertson from the department of Biomedical Engineering also shared their perspective on this important topic.