ELIXIR Netherlands is once again organising a parallel track at the Dutch Bioinformatics & Systems Biology Conference 2019 (BioSB 2019). The annual community conference focuses on the latest developments in bioinformatics, systems and computational biology, and their wide-ranging applications in life sciences & health, agriculture, food & nutrition.
BioSB 2019 offers a 2-day programme that will be highly diverse, featuring keynote lectures, parallel thematic sessions, poster sessions, breakout sessions, as well as an entertaining evening programme with lots of opportunities for networking.
The three sessions that are organised over the course of 2 days (April 2-3) and that have have been labeled as ELIXIR-NL sessions are:
- Friederike Ehrhart, Maastricht University (11:15 - 11:40)
History of rare disease and their genetic causes - a data driven approach
- Marc Maurits, Leiden University Medical Center (11:40 - 12:00)
A Big-Data Approach to Electronic Health Record Data - Using dimensionality reduction and clustering techniques to study longitudinal relationships between diseases
- Renaud Tissier, Amsterdam UMC (VUmc) (12:00 - 12:20)
Integration of several omic sources in prediction models using network-based approaches
- Annika Jacobsen, Leiden University Medical Center (12:20 - 12:45)FAIR implementations for rare disease resources
- Chris van Run, Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology (14:15-14:40)
Building a research subject registry based on diagnostic data: how not to miss out on rare subjects
- Chaitra Sarathy, Maastricht University (14:40-15:00)
An integrative workflow to visualize Elementary Flux Modes in genome-scale metabolic models
- Justin J.J. van der Hooft, Wageningen University (15:00-15:20)
Integrated metabolome mining and annotation workflow accelerates specialised metabolite discovery
- Mateusz Kuzak, DTL/ELIXIR-NL (Chair) (15:20-15:45)
On the Road to Research Software Sustainability
- Tsjerk Wassenaar, Hanze UAS (11:15-11:40)
Data Science for Life Sciences at Hanze UAS
- Adrien Melquiond, Utrecht University (11:40-12:00)
Education in the cloud for applied bioinformatics in Life Sciences
- Mateusz Kuzak, Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (12:00-12:20)
Lesson development for Open Source Software best practices adoption
- Celia van Gelder, DTL/ELIXIR-NL (Chair) (12:20-12:45)
Capacity building in FAIR data stewardship in the Netherlands
Find out how to register for the conference here.
Find more information about the conference programme here.
Although abstract submission for oral presentations is closed, it is still possible to submit an abstract for a poster presentation at the conference. Deadline: March 15!
This track is made possible by:
BioSB 2019Registration website for BioSB 2019
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