Recent publications from Student Councils around the world

Assis Geraldo J, Silva F, Horacio ECA, Leao A, Brayan A, Fernandes G, Da Rocha Coimbra N. (2018) Highlights of the 2nd Brazilian student council symposium, organized by ISCB Regional Student Group Brazil. PeerJ Preprints 6:e26521v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.26521v1

Abstract: This report summarizes the scientific content and activities of the second edition of the Brazilian Student Council Symposium organized by the Regional Student Group Brazil (RSG-Brazil), a branch of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). The event were held preceding the thirteen AB3C Conference (13th X-meeting 2017) in São Pedro, São Paulo, Brazil, on October 4, 2017. The 2nd BR-SCS was attended by 78 delegates from all student level (undergraduate, graduate and post-docs students) and consisted of two keynote presentations, eight students oral presentations and 15 posters presentation. (https://peerj.com/preprints/26521)

 

Cravero F, Landaburu LU, Moreyra NN, Fenoy E, Padilla Franzotti CL, Lanzarotti E, Parra RG, Palopoli N, Monzon AM. (2018) 2nd Argentine Symposium of Young Bioinformatics Researchers (2SAJIB) organized by the ISCB-SC RSG-Argentina. PeerJ Preprints 6:e3504v2 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.3504v2

Abstract: The 2nd Argentine Symposium of Young Bioinformatics Researchers (2SAJIB, according to its acronym in Spanish) took place on November 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. SAJIB is the main annual student-based activity in the field of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in Argentina and one of the largest in Latin America. Here we summarize the main activities and outcomes from the 2nd SAJIB that gathered together young students and researchers from all over the country and featured recognized Principal Investigators both from the local and international scenes. (https://peerj.com/preprints/3504)

 

Candice Nancy Rafael, Jon Ambler, Antoinette Niehaus, James Ross, Ozlem Tastan Bishop (2018)  Establishment of “The South African Bioinformatics Student Council” and Activity Highlights. EMBNET.journal  v. 23, p. e903, feb. 2018. ISSN 2226-6089. http://dx.doi.org/10.14806/ej.23.0.903

Abstract: The South African Bioinformatics Student Council (SASBiSC) in bioinformatics has been set up to increase the visibility of bioinformatics as well as to filter information to students within the field regarding job, funding and workshop opportunities as they arise. This is a short description of the process of setting up a national Student Council for Bioinformatics in South Africa, affiliating to the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). We also report two examples of activities that were carried out over the last two years that are: 1) participation in the SciFest Africa; and 2) the organisation of the first Bioinformatics Student Symposium.  We hope that our experience and methods for the creation of SASBiSC and of collaborative communities can be useful to others who might want to do the same. (http://journal.embnet.org/index.php/embnetjournal/article/view/903)

 

Rafael CN, Ashano E, Moosa Y, Shome S, DeBlasio D (2017) Highlights of the second ISCB Student Council Symposium in Africa. F1000Research 2017, 6 (ISCB Comm J):2183 doi:10.12688/f1000research.13463.1

Abstract: Student Council Symposiums (SCSs) have been found to be very useful for students and young researchers. This is especially true given that the events are held directly before large international conferences, giving attendees a chance to gain exposure and have a warm up to the social nuances involved in attending such a meeting. This was the second SCS held in Africa in conjunction with the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) and the African Society for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology’s (ASBCB) biennial meeting. This symposium was organised by students within the society inside Africa and was held on the 10th of October 2017 in Entebbe, Uganda.(https://f1000research.com/articles/6-2183/v1)

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