75 - Paris

Workshop Anniversary 20th RSAT/ 15th GINsim

Type: 
Colloque
Date: 
16/05/2018 - 17/05/2018
Ville: 
75 - Paris
Pays: 
France
Courte description: 
Indeed, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the first publication on RSAT (http://rsat.eu/), as well as the 15th anniversary of the first publication on GINsim (http://ginsim.org/). We propose to celebrate this joint event at IBENS in Paris, on May 16-17, 2018, with a series of invited talks on the computational modelling and analysis of ci-regulatory regions and cellular networks, and practical tutorials on RSAT and GINsim for biologists.

Computational biology softwares tend to be a relatively short life.
RSAT (http://rsat.eu/) and GINsim (http://ginsim.org/) are notable exceptions, in large part thanks to active and friendly networks of collaborators.
Indeed, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the first publication on RSAT, as well as the 15th anniversary of the first publication on GINsim.

We propose to celebrate this joint event at IBENS in Paris, on May 16-17, 2018.

The first day will be devoted to a series invited talks on the computational modelling and analysis of ci-regulatory regions and cellular networks.
The second day will be devoted to tutorials on RSAT and GINsim for biologists.

Invited speakers:

• Samuel Collombet, Institut Curie, Paris
• Claudine Chaouiya, IGC, Lisbon, Portugal
• Bruno Contreiras Moreira, Estación Experimental de Aula Dei-CSIC, Zaragoza, Spain
• Carl Herrmann, Universität Heidelberg, DKFZ, Heidelberg, Germany
• Anthony Mathelier, NCMM, Oslo Norway
• Pedro Monteiro, INESC-ID / IST - Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
• Elisabeth Remy, Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille
• Hugues Roest Crollius, IBENS, Paris
• Jacques van Helden, TAGC Marseille

Program and registration (free but compulsory) : https://www.ibens.ens.fr/spip.php?article350

Looking forward to meeting you at this event !

Morgane Thomas-Chollier and Denis Thieffry

MicroScope Open days 2018

Type: 
Colloque
Date: 
14/05/2018 - 15/05/2018
Ville: 
75 - Paris
Pays: 
France
Courte description: 
Since its first publication in 2006, the MicroScope platform emulates the microbiologists community in France and worldwide. MicroScope provides an integrated environment for the expert annotation and comparative analysis of prokaryotic genomes. The platform enables collaborative work in a rich comparative genomic context and improves community-based curation efforts. During 2 half days, 9 invited speakers will share their experience on using MicroScope for their research projects. Also live demos will be presented to highlight recent developments of the platform.

3rd Disease Maps Community Meeting

Type: 
Colloque
Date: 
21/06/2018 - 22/06/2018
Ville: 
75 - Paris
Pays: 
France
Courte description: 
The objective of the 3rd DMCM is to consolidate efforts around the disease map projects and extend the Disease Maps Community. The 3rd DMCM will expose progress of the projects from the Disease Maps Community and beyond. The representative examples of network maps generation, their applications for disease data analysis, disease comorbidity, drug response prediction, advances in tools development and modelling approaches will be presented.

Recent developments in Metagenomic Research

Type: 
Colloque
Date: 
21/10/2016
Ville: 
75 - Paris
Pays: 
France
Courte description: 
The program includes the latest experimental advances and technical developments in the fields of metagenomics to decipher the functional processes and interactions carried out by complex microbial communities, i.e., those residing in soil, the ocean, and the human gut. The goal is to cover this broad area of investigation thanks to inclusion of multidisciplinary talks discussing overlapping subjects.

Summer School in Metagenomics

Type: 
Formation
Date: 
12/09/2016 - 16/09/2016
Ville: 
75 - Paris
Pays: 
France
Courte description: 
Metagenomics, the sequencing of DNA directly from a sample without first culturing and isolating the organisms, has become the principal tool of “meta-omic” analysis. It can be used to explore the diversity, function, and ecology of microbial communities. The aim of these 4 days workshop will be to give researchers and students an overview of the tools and bioinformatics techniques available for the analysis of next generation sequence data from microbial communities. Its content will focus on the taxonomic assignment and the functional analysis of metatranscriptomic and metagenomic data. The format will comprise a mixture of lectures and hands-on practical tutorials where students will process example data sets in real-time.
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