Formations

  • 03/04/2017 - 07/04/2017
    Paris
    France
    Understanding physical and functional interactions between molecules in living systems is crucial in many biological processes. Several powerful methods and techniques have been developed to generate molecular interaction data, focusing mainly on protein­-protein interactions (PPIs). In particular, PPIs involving partially or completely unstructured regions are building blocks of regulatory and signalling networks that control cell response to external and internal cues. Exploring these interactions may help understanding a protein’s function and behavior, predicting biological processes that a protein of unknown function is involved in, and characterising protein complexes that can be used to modulate or perturb known biological processes and pathways.
  • 26/04/2017 - 27/04/2017
    Grenade
    Espagne
    The Genscale Team(Inria) will hold a Special Session on GATB - the Genome Analysis Toolbox with de-Bruijn graph during the 5th International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (IWBBIO 2017). This session is planned for people who are interested in learning how to make high-performance software tools to decypher reads data and are a little familiar with C++ programming.
  • 05/06/2017 - 17/06/2017
    Thessalonica
    Grece
    This EMBO Practical Course will cover a range of genome analyses and their fundamental elements. Its main objectives are to strengthen skills of students in genomics and bioinformatics on the use of algorithms, key software, statistical and visualization methods and their various applications in genome studies.
  • 07/06/2017 - 09/06/2017
    Aussois
    France
    The Epigenetic & High Dimension Mediation Data Challenge seeks to introduce and apply key statistical methods for multidimensional mediation analysis in epidemiology. We will provide the necessary background to participate to the Data Challenge, which includes introductory lectures and demo in R about multiple hypotheses testing, epigenome-wide association studies (EWAS), and statistical mediation analyses.