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The Faculty of Biology and Medicine of LAUSANNE
and the Faculty of Medicine of Geneva
are very pleased to present the 1stMedLem Meeting
that will held on Thursday, the 17th of November 2016
in Geneva-Centre Louis Jeantet.
The 2016 theme is
« INFLAMMATION in the era of BIG DATA ».
Invited Speakers :
- Prof. Francine Behar-Cohen (Hôpital opthtalmique Jules-Gonin)
- Dr. Lydie Lane (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)
- Dr. Luc Stoppini (Hepia//HES-SO and Swiss Centre for Applied Human Toxicology)
Deadline Abstract: 30.09.2016
(More info at www.unil.ch/medlem/)
The MedLem meeting will be a fantastic opportunity to discover the breadth of research around Lake Geneva
We encourage you to participate!
Scientific & organizing committee:
- Olivier Gaide (Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Lausanne University Hospital) contact
- Maxime Pellegrin (Division of Angiology, Lausanne University Hospital) contact
- Aurélien Thomas (Unit of Toxicology, CURML, Lausanne University Hospital, Geneva University Hospital) contact
- Natacha Turck (Department of Human Protein Sciences, University Medical Center-Geneva) contact
The ISCB regional student group for Computational Biology in Switzerland is very pleased to host the talk “Systems approaches to unravel molecular mechanisms of cancer ” by
María Rodríguez Martínez, Technical Leader of Systems Biology at IBM, Zurich Research Lab, on Wednesday the 7th of September 2016 at 18:00 at UZH, Irchel campus, Y03-G91.
Abstract: Despite their great promise, high-throughput technologies in cancer research have often failed to translate into major therapeutic advances in the clinic. One challenge lies in the difficulty of transforming next generation molecular data into mathematical disease models that can make actionable clinical statements. A second challenge arises from the high level of intra-tumor heterogeneity exhibited by most human cancers. To address these challenges new methodologies that can reconstruct the map of genomic alterations and understand its influence on phenotype need to be developed. In this talk I will give an overview of current projects at the Systems Biology group in IBM Research, Zurich, that illustrate systems medicine approaches to understand cancer complexity and that can bridge the chasm between basic research and clinical applications.
The talk will be followed by an apéro, during which participants will have the opportunity to continue discussions with María Rodríguez Martínez.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the event!
The RSG Switzerland Team
There will be a talk this Thursday the 21st of April for those in the Computational Biology, Systems Biology, and Bioinformatics related fields to discuss opportunities of doing related work in industry.
Location: University of Zurich, Irchel Campus room Y03-G91
Additional details: please see attached flyer.
The invited speaker is Dr. Audrey Kauffmann PhD, a bioinformatics group leader at Novartis.
Audrey along with one of her colleagues, Gráinne Kerr, will be present following the talk for an apéro to have discussionwith attendees regarding their career path.
– Jacques Beckman (Head of Clinical Bioinformatics, SIB),
– Christine Currat (Executive director of the Swiss biobanking platform),
– Manolis Dermitzakis (Professor of Genetics at the Department of Genetic Medicine, UNIGE) and
– Jeanne-Pascale Simon (Lawyer at the Unit of Legal Affairs, CHUV).
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20th of Novembre 2015 at EPFL
What is ilastik?
“ilastik is a simple, user-friendly tool for interactive image classification, segmentation and analysis. It is built as a modular software framework, which currently has workflows for automated (supervised) pixel- and object-level classification, automated and semi-automated object tracking, semi-automated segmentation and object counting without detection. Most analysis operations are performed lazily, which enables targeted interactive processing of data subvolumes, followed by complete volume analysis in offline batch mode. Using it requires no experience in image processing.”
Also, we invite the participants to bring their own data during the “hands-on” session, so they can explore solving their own problem using ilastik, while being supported by the ilastik team.
The workshop will be given by Fred Hamprecht, Anna Kreshuk, Janez Ales, and Carsten Haubold.
09:00 – 10:40 – SV 1717A
Introduction to Ilastik and its workflows – Open to everyone
11:00 – 12:00 –
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Show and Tell – Participants only
12:00 – 13:00
13:00 – 15:00 –
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Hands-On session – Participants only
The registration page can be found here.
What should I bring?
- A laptop
- A mouse with a mouse wheel
- My data
We would like to thank our sponsors, the Life Science Faculty and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, without which this workshop would not have been possible.
The Bioscience Network Lausanne (BSNL) and the regional section group of the International Society of Computational Biology (ISCB RSG Switzerland) are glad to announce the round table about medical data access.
Indeed, new practices and technologies such as digital medical records and high-throughput sequencing open new ways for medical doctors and scientists to investigate human biology and diseases. However, this new model raises many fundamental questions. We would like to discuss them in our round table to make clear what are the opportunities that exist now and how can the medical data be handled in a way that the rights of patients are preserved.
During the round table we will go through the following questions:
– What can personalized medicine offer?
– What ethics problematic are at stake with personal medical data and how can the law protect patients?
– What is the current state of the infrastructure for these data and the existing tools for researchers?
– How to manage these data and ensure confidentiality, but to allow access to researchers?
– How much investment is needed today to support this data tsunami?
– What is the need in medical data literacy for its potential users?
– How many trained people do we need in the area?
– Can citizens take part in this revolution by doing citizen science/biohacking/DIYbio?
We are honored to discuss these topics with four important actors in the field that confirmed their participation:
– Jacques Beckmann (Head of Clinical Bioinformatics, SIB)
– Christine Currat (Executive director of the Swiss biobanking platform)
– Manolis Dermitzakis (Professor of Genetics at the Department of Genetic Medicine, UNIGE)
– Jeanne-Pascale Simon (Lawyer at the Unit of Legal Affairs, CHUV)
Come and join us in the discussion next Thursday, 5th November at 19:00, at UniverCité (Chemin du Closel 5, Renens)
Looking forward to meeting you there,
Leonor Rib & Jonathan Sobel
We are very pleased to host a talk by Dr. Audrey Kauffmann, Bioinformatics group leader in oncology at Novartis.
She will be holding a talk on her experience, her work at Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research and the field of bioinformatics/computational biology in a big pharma company. Her talk will be followed by a networking apéro, during which participants will have the opportunity to speak to her and Dr. Grainne Kerr, Bioinformatics Analyst and member of Audrey Kauffmann’s team.
More information: https://bsse-industry.ethz.ch
Dear brewers and beer lovers,
If you want to know exactly what your beer contains, if you want to understand the diversity of frosty, foamy styles across the globe and decode the secrets hidden within, then the project BeerDeCoded will excite you. It consists of sequencing the genome of 1000 varieties of beer and comparing their biochemical parameters. The result will be made into a poster as a reward to all of our supporters.
This project brings together a multidisciplinary team of six researchers who need your help to complete the goal. The first financing campaign was launched on Kickstarter and ends on 27 June.
If you are interested, please share the following link with your social network and consider contributing your support.
Check out if your favorite beer is included in the study. The link to share is: http://kck.st/1GCH7cW
You may also join our analysis workshops in our laboratory at the Hackuarium (Lausanne, Switzerland: http://www.hackuarium.ch) starting this summer.
Our results will be free for all to see. We believe in Open Access science and we will therefore release the results online and through a free App.
The team at BeerDeCoded
All inquires should be sent to Gianpaolo Rando (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to beer- and genome-lovers like you, in only 4 days we were 70% funded.
Thanks to the generous breweries for sending their beer! Again, the link here: http://kck.st/1GCH7cW