Conferences and Meetings on Genomics and Bioinformatics

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1.
 
EMBO Practical Course — Bioinformatics and genome analyses
ID
739231
Dates
02 May 2016 - 14 May 2016
Location
Izmir, Turkey
Topics
Genomic & Computational Biology | Genomic & Computational Biology
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Mechanisms of Recombination 2016
ID
770188
Dates
16 May 2016 - 20 May 2016
Location
Alicante, Spain
Contact
Abcam Events;     Phone: [+44 90) 1223 696000];     Email: events@abcam.com
Topics
Genome stability, chromatin, replication, recombination
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Personalised Medicine -Data - Diagnosis - Decisions-
ID
762574
Dates
18 May 2016 - 20 May 2016
Location
Tuebingen, Germany
Abstract
The Tübingen congress will focus on the clinical applicability of PM. Specifically we will highlight aquisition and analysis of highly complex data from patients, the role of functional imaging in multiomics approaches and the translation of these techniques into clinical descision making. Topics of the meeting will encompass different medical fields including oncology, cardiology, neurological disorders, infectious diseases and others. We will highlight these different topics in state of the art lectures, hands on workshops and interactive discussion rounds.
Contact
Yvonne Möller;     Phone: [+49 7071 29 82864];     Email: congress-zpm@med.uni-tuebingen.de
Topics
personalized medicine, precision medicine, high-throughput methods, omics, genomics, proteomics, microbiomics, data analysis, functional imaging, decision making, translational medicine, clinical trials, targeted therapy, preventive medicine
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RGCB Workshop series — HANDS-ON WORKSHOP ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF SIGNALING PATHWAY NETWORKS AND ANALYSIS OF TRANSCRIPTOMICS AND PROTEOMICS DATA
ID
804830
Dates
18 May 2016 - 20 May 2016
Location
Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Abstract
The current workshop will span theoretical understanding of the evolution of signaling networks from individual molecular reactions and the integration of individual molecular reactions to build complex signaling networks. Further, this workshop also offer the introduction to tools and methods involved in the identification of protein-protein interactions, enzyme-substrate reactions, post-translational modifications, protein localization and expression of genes at the level of mRNAs, microRNAs and proteins. The practical sessions will introduce the development and visualization tools and hands-on training in the development of signaling pathways. Importantly, the practical sessions would also introduce the analysis of high-throughput data using open-access pathway analysis tools
Contact
Dr. Reshmi G;     Phone: [+ 91- 471-2781247];     Email: infoworkshop@rgcb.res.in
Topics
Perspectives to Cell Signaling, Tools and Methods to study, Signaling Pathway Reactions, Pathway curation strategies, Development of Signaling, Pathway Network Maps, Tools for Pathway Visualization, Standard Community Formats, Pathway Resources, Pathway Analysis Tools, Pathway Analysis of high throughput transcriptomics and proteomics data
5.
 
Genomics — Genomics Guiding Therapeutics
ID
807108
Start date
19 May 2016
Location
Philadelphia, PA, United States
Abstract
Personalized medicine is ever evolving in cancer care through genetic testing. Cutting edge in cancer care represented by Precision Medicine is the practice of determining the treatment of cancer patients by studying the specific genomic characteristics of each individual’s cancer. The overall educational goals of this CME activity is to increase awareness and apply in practice, the new cancer targets for various cancer sites based through personalized care. The conference will discuss how genomic science is starting to guide therapeutic decision making. It will review the tools employed to determine the genomics of a patient’s cancer and how to apply this knowledge in selecting therapy.
Contact
Conference Team;     Phone: [215-503-5088];     Email: barbara.urmston@Jefferson.edu
Topics
The Impact of Genomics on Phase I Trials, Genomically Informed and Personally Precise, How Genomics Guiding Breast Cancer Treatment, How Genomics Guide Cancer Risk Assessment, How Genomics Direct Basket Trials, How Genomics Guide the Treatment of GI Malignancies, How Genomics Guide the Treatment of Lung Cancer, The Impact of Genomics on Immunotherapy, How Genomics Guide the Treatment of Acute Leukemias, How Genomics Guide the Treatment of Prostate Cancer
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HiCOMB 2016 — 15th IEEE International Workshop on High Performance Computational Biology
ID
749365
Dates
23 May 2016 - 27 May 2016
Location
Chicago, United States
Abstract
The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for discussion of latest research in developing high-performance computing solutions to data- and compute-intensive problems arising from all areas of computational life sciences. We are especially interested in parallel and distributed algorithms, memory-efficient algorithms, large scale data mining techniques, including approaches for big data and cloud computing, algorithms on multicores, manycores and GPUs, and design of high-performance software and hardware for bioinformatics, computational biology and biological applications.
Event website
7.
 
6th Next Generation Sequencing Conference
ID
788010
Dates
25 May 2016 - 26 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 6th Next Generation Sequencing Conference, which is part of The Genomics & Big Data Summit and takes place on May 25-26, 2016 in Boston, MA. Next generation sequencing has made it possible to obtain genetic information from biological systems by rapid and inexpensive methods. Therefore, the ability to analyze genomes and protein interactions has been accomplished. Now, the branches of next generation sequencing has expanded to single cell analyses, RNA sequencing approaches, and discoveries in the micrbiome space. The race for faster, cheaper, and higher precision sequencing approaches has been a constant goal for researchers so that there are improved methods in this field. This meeting will provide attendees with a better understanding of developments in new next generation sequencing technologies alongside clinical applications. There will be a focus on medical sequencing for patient characterization in targeted therapies through vast methods like single cell and RNA sequencing. Implications for how diseases should be treated will be discussed through the examination of data produced from reputable assays.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
NGS, RNA, DNA, Sequencing
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Big Data Bioinformatics Conference
ID
788075
Dates
26 May 2016 - 27 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
This meeting will create space for researchers from both industry and academia to learn about the latest hot topics in areas such as sequencing platforms, data integration, personal genomics, single cell sequencing and pharmacogenomics as well as share and discuss perspectives during networking sessions.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
big data, Bioinformatics
9.
 
CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference — CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference
ID
793155
Dates
26 May 2016 - 27 May 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
On behalf of GTCbio and the 2016 Advisory Board, you are invited to the CRISPR & Genome Engineering Conference which takes place May 26-27, 2016 in Boston, MA. This meeting is part of The Genomics & Big Data Summit and will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, so that delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues from different sectors and discuss the most recent advances in CRISPR & Genome Engineering.
Contact
Jessi Huang;     Phone: [16262566405];     Email: jessi.huang@gtcbio.com
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10.
 
Protein Modelling and Structure-Based Function Prediction
ID
784534
Start date
01 Jun 2016
Location
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Abstract
Protein function ultimately depends on protein structure, but experimental methods for characterising protein structure can never keep pace with the genome-driven deluge of sequence data. Plugging the gap are bioinformatics methods which can predict structures either by exploiting known structures as templates (homology modelling) or without that information (fragment-based ab initio methods covariance-based algorithms). An impressive diversity of bioinformatics methods can be used to extract maximum value from structures, both experimental and modelled.

Aimed at participants from graduate level onwards with no prior experience of modelling but a good understanding of protein structure principles and terminology, this event offers training in both modelling and structure-based functional inference.

Contact
Email: conferences@biochemistry.org
Topics
proteins, bioinformatics, homology, modelling
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11.
 
5th Antiviral Drugs Research & Development Conference
ID
792249
Dates
01 Jun 2016 - 02 Jun 2016
Location
San Diego, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 5th Antiviral Drugs Research & Development Conference, which will take place June 1-2, 2016 in San Diego, CA. This conference will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, where drug and vaccine designs in HIV, RSV, Hepatitis B/C, Influenza, etc. will be discussed. Top researchers will share their experiences with new inhibitory mechanisms, longer acting drugs, and strategies en route for cures. Delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues from different sectors and gain fresh perspective on the research in antiviral drugs.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [626-256-6405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
HIV, Zika, Antiviral Drugs
12.
 
The Human Variome Project 6th Biennial Meeting
ID
759372
Dates
01 Jun 2016 - 03 Jun 2016
Location
Paris, France
Abstract
We are pleased to announce the 6th International Biennial Meeting of Human Variome Project Consortium (HVP6) will again be held at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. This biennial meeting will provide updates on the achievements of the past two years and time for discussion on the plans for the next two years of activities. HVP6 will bring together some of the most prominent professionals from around the world who address the many aspects of human genetics. You are encouraged to explore and share knowledge on data sharing, interpretation of unknown variants, collaboration between developing and developed countries, opportunities for the global collection, curation, and much more.
Event website
13.
 
FASEB Genome Engineering: Cutting-Edge Research and Applications
ID
785973
Dates
05 Jun 2016 - 10 Jun 2016
Location
Lisbon, Portugal
Abstract
This FASEB Science Research Conference discusses genome engineering and new technologies for the precise manipulation of genes and genomes in cellula and in vivo. In addition to its utility for advancing our understanding of basic biology, genome engineering has numerous real-world applications, ranging from correction of disease-causing mutations in humans to engineering plants that better provide fuel, food and industrial raw materials. The first clinical trials and patient treatments using genome engineering approaches are now a reality. The scope of this meeting is expansive, encompassing multiple approaches for modifying genomes – from transgenesis and gene targeting to the creation of synthetic genomes. The experimental models featured include bacteria, fungi, model organisms (e.g.—Drosophila, C. elegans, zebrafish, mice, rats), plants, humans, and animals including livestock. We anticipate that this diversity of approaches and experimental systems will create a stimulating meeting environment that will enable new insights and advance the field.
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EMBO Conference — Gene transcription in yeast: From chromatin to RNA and back
ID
739345
Dates
11 Jun 2016 - 16 Jun 2016
Location
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
Topics
Chromatin & Transcription | RNA
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EMBO Practical Course — Computational biology: Genomes to systems
ID
739361
Dates
19 Jun 2016 - 23 Jun 2016
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
Topics
Genomic & Computational Biology | Systems Biology
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16.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 55 CRISPR, TALENs, and ZFNs
ID
785543
Dates
20 Jun 2016 - 24 Jun 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
Gene engineering provides the ability to manipulate gene expression in a desired cell type. In order to realize the full potential of stem cells, the development of tools to modify targeted genes is paramount. This course will provide an overview of three different engineering platforms including CRISPR, TALENs, and ZFNs.The first part of the course will cover the general principles of each of these technologies including design and assembly along with the platforms available and different costs associated with each of them. The second part of the course will transition into different applications including engineering in mice, disease modeling, generating iPSC reporter lines, and high throughput approaches.We will also consider sequencing and quality control considerations for these technologies. Hands on laboratory exercises will accompany lectures to provide training in design, assembly, transfection, and confirmation assays.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics General Principles of Engineering and Disease Models, TALEN-mediated Gene Correction in iPSCs; DNA Repair Mechanisms, Targeted Mutagenesis in Zebrafish using ZFNs and TALENs, CRISPR Engineering in EC Cells and Oocytes for Mouse Model, Targeting Multiple Genes Using CRISPR in Zebrafish, Engineering Mice Using CRISPR/Cas9, Developing Reporter Lines, Panel Discussion to Discuss Current Research Projects, Safe Harbor Gene Targeting of iPSC or Hematopoietic Stem Cells to Correct Monogenic Disorders, Considering Pros and Cons to CRISPR, Engineering Human iPSCs: ZFN, TALEN, CRISPR/Cas9 Advantages and Limitations, Sequencing and Quality Control Consideration. Laboratory Topics Introduction to Genome Editing Technologies, ZFN and CRISPR/Cas Design Considerations, Nucleofection; Gene Knock Out Using Targeted Nucleases, Integration and Detection, Donor DNA Design and Nuclease Compatibility, Exercises for ZFN and CRISPR Design, Bioinformatics for Genome Editing Applications, Development of Genetically Modified Cell Lines Using K562 Cells (will allow attendees to run their own experiments and analyze their own results by the end of this workshop), Engineering iPSCs using CRISPR/Cas9 & HR Targeting Vectors, Introduction to Genome Editing using the CRISPR/Cas9 System, Review gRNA Design Principles, Cloning into SBI’s Cas9 SmartNuclease System, and Best Practices for Use of the CRISPR/Cas9 System for Genome Editing; HR Targeting Vectors for Genome Editing in iPSCs.
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17.
 
BELBI.2016 — Belgrade Bioinformatics Conference 2016
ID
788101
Dates
20 Jun 2016 - 24 Jun 2016
Location
Belgrade, Serbia
Abstract
The main purpose of the International Conference BelBI 2016 is to illuminate different aspects of bioinformation systems, from theoretical approaches to modeling different phenomena in life sciences, to information technologies necessary for analysis and understanding huge amount of data generated, to application of computer science and informatics in the domain of precision medicine, finding new remedies against debilitating diseases (like cancer and neurodegeneration) and drug development.
Contact
Email: belbi2016@matf.bg.ac.rs
Topics

Theoretical Approaches to BioInformation Systems:

  • structure and function of DNA, RNA and proteins
  • gene expression and the genetic code
  • neurons and cognition
  • biological networks

Bioinformatics and Data Mining for OMICs Data

  • Data mining methods, algorithms, and applications in life sciences and precision medicine
  • Big data and data science
  • Data analytics, pattern recognition and machine learning in data analysis
  • Software and tools in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, transcriptomics, epigenomics, etc.
  • Sequence analysis
  • Predictive Models for OMICs data
  • Bioinformatics databases and algorithms

Biomedical informatics will focus on information applied to or studied in the context of biomedicine

  • Translational Bioinformatics
  • Disease Models & Epidemiology
  • Predictive Modeling and Analytics in Healthcare
  • Biomedical Imaging and Data Visualization
  • Biomedical/Health database integration and management
  • Biomedical data/text mining

18.
 
AlCoB 2016 — 3rd International Conference on Algorithms for Computational Biology - Proceedings in LNCS/LNBI - Special Issue in Journal IEEE/ACM TCBB (IF: 1.438, Q1)
ID
770190
Dates
21 Jun 2016 - 23 Jun 2016
Location
Trujillo, Spain
Abstract
AlCoB'2016 aims at promoting and displaying excellent research using string and graph algorithms and combinatorial optimization to deal with problems in biological sequence analysis, genome rearrangement, evolutionary trees, and structure prediction. The conference will address several of the current challenges in computational biology by investigating algorithms aimed at: 1) assembling sequence reads into a complete genome, 2) identifying gene structures in the genome, 3) recognizing regulatory motifs, 4) aligning nucleotides and comparing genomes, 5) reconstructing regulatory networks of genes, and 6) inferring the evolutionary phylogeny of species. Particular focus will be put on methodology and significant room will be reserved to young scholars at the beginning of their career.
Topics
Exact sequence analysis, Approximate sequence analysis, Pairwise sequence alignment, Multiple sequence alignment, Sequence assembly, Genome rearrangement, Regulatory motif finding, Phylogeny reconstruction, Phylogeny comparison, Structure prediction, Compressive genomics, Proteomics, Transcriptomics, Next-generation sequencing, Microbiome analysis, Systems biology
19.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — Innate Immunity in Host-Pathogen Interactions
ID
721764
Dates
26 Jun 2016 - 29 Jun 2016
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract
This symposium focuses on bringing together innate immunity and microbiology to obtain a global view of host-pathogen interactions. The talks will center around common processes, rather than a particular infectious agent or host cell, and the strategies of all types of pathogens, commensals and different host cells will be analyzed. A better understanding of infectious disease will come through the simultaneous analysis of microbial and host variables, and open new avenues for treatment and prevention strategies.
Contact
Email: Maryann.smith@embl.de
Topics
Pathogen sensing and restriction, The cell biology of infection, Cell-autonomous immunity, Host-pathogen interactions at epithelial surfaces, Pathological inflammation in response to microbes
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20.
 
CC-PM UHZ/ETH Zurich, IT'IS Foundation — Latsis Symposium ETH Zurich 2016: Personalized Medicine ‒ Challenges and Opportunities
ID
784814
Dates
27 Jun 2016 - 29 Jun 2016
Location
Zurich, Switzerland
Abstract
The three-day program consists of themed oral sessions with invited lectures, keynote addresses, and panel discussions, followed by poster sessions and networking for young scientists. Authors of posters will be selected for flash oral presentations, from among which will be selected student award winners. The symposium closes with a public event.
Contact
Competence Center Personalized Medicine UZH/ETH Zurich, Switzerland, IT'IS Foundation;     Email: latsis2016@itis.ethz.ch
Topics
personalized medicine, clinical research and molecular and synthetic biology, medical device engineering and numerical and mathematical modeling of biophysical, physiological, and biomedical systems, to statistical analysis of high-throughput molecular data, – scientists, engineers, health care providers, diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries, regulatory bodies
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21.
 
BME9 — Essential Molecular Biology - Hands-on Laboratory Course - 9th edition
ID
803065
Dates
27 Jun 2016 - 15 Jul 2016
Location
Porto, Portugal
Abstract
The Essential Molecular Biology course covers the fundamental principles and techniques used in experimental research in the area of Molecular Biology. Essentially practical in nature, it aims at the learning of current genomics and proteomics techniques, as well as the acquisition of skills in laboratory experimentation required for scientific research in biomedicine. An exciting way to learn the essential genomics and proteomics techniques used in experimental research in Biomedicine: hands-on, practical, intensive.
Contact
Miguel Soares;     Phone: [00351 22 0426779];     Email: mlsoares@med.up.pt
Topics
Gene expression studies, DNA cloning in E.Coli, DNA-protein interaction studies, Tagged protein purification, Protein expression studies, Protein-protein interaction studies, Protein separation by two-dimensional electrophoresis
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22.
 
Translation UK 2016
ID
784552
Dates
05 Jul 2016 - 06 Jul 2016
Location
Guildford, United Kingdom
Abstract
Translation UK is a well-established meeting that has, for more than 20 years, served as a focal point for a significant sc​ientific research community, attracting world-leading researchers and providing highly relevant networking opportunities and dissemination of current research to a wide audience in both formal and informal settings.
Contact
Email: conferences@biochemistry.org
Topics
RNA, microRNA, ribosomes, genetics
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23.
 
SSBSS 2016 — 3rd International Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School
ID
782451
Dates
08 Jul 2016 - 14 Jul 2016
Location
Volterra (Pisa) - Tuscany, Italy
Abstract
Recent advances in DNA synthesis have increased our ability to build biological systems. Synthetic Biology aims at streamlining the design and synthesis of robust and predictable biological systems using engineering design principles. Designing biological systems requires a deep understanding of how genes and proteins are organized and interact in living cells: Systems Biology aims at elucidating the cellular organization at gene, protein and network level using computational and biochemical methods.The Synthetic and Systems Biology Summer School (SSBSS) is a full-immersion five-day residential summer school at the Volterra Learning Center (Pisa - Tuscany, Italy) on cutting-edge advances in systems and synthetic biology with lectures delivered by world-renowned experts. The school provides a stimulating environment for students (from Master students to PhD students), Post-Docs, early career researches, academics and industry leaders. Participants will also have the chance to present their results, and to interact with their peers, in a friendly and constructive environment.
Contact
Ludovico Montalcini;     Email: ssbss.school@gmail.com
Topics
Genetic Engineering Metabolic Engineering Reading and Writing Genomes Synthetic Genomes Synthetic Circuits and Cells Artificial Tissues and Organs Genomically Recoded Organisms Genome Design Pathway Design Biological Design Automation and Biological CAD Genome Engineering Cellular Systems Biology Experimental Synthetic Biology Computational Synthetic Biology Stochastic Gene Regulation Gene Signaling Quantitative Molecular Biology High-throughput Techniques Biological Engineering Industrial Synthetic and Systems Biology
24.
 
SysMod — Biological Systems Modeling Meeting @ ISMB 2016
ID
787452
Start date
09 Jul 2016
Location
Swan and Dolphin Hotel, Walt Disney World, Orlando, United States
Abstract
Advances in genomics are creating new opportunities to integrate systems modeling and bioinformatics. The goal of the first SysMod meeting is to create a forum for systems modelers and bioinformaticians to discuss common research questions and methods. The meeting will cover the full range of methods used in systems modeling, including qualitative and quantitative and dynamical and steady modeling, as well as cover the full range of applications of systems modeling including basic science, bioengineering, and medicine. The first SysMod meeting will in particular focus on areas of systems modeling which are, or could be, deeply integrated with bioinformatics, including logical, rule-based, and constraint-based modeling.
Contact
SysMod Coordinators;     Email: sysmod-coord@googlegroups.com
Topics
systems biology, bioinformatics, genomics, systems modeling, computational biology, dynamical modeling
25.
 
21st International Chromosome Conference
ID
760260
Dates
10 Jul 2016 - 13 Jul 2016
Location
Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil
Abstract
The International Chromosome Conferences (ICC) originated from the Oxford Chromosome Conferences, inaugurated by C.D. Darlington and K.R. Lewis in 1964, 1967 and 1970. The Chromosome Conferences got an international status after the 4th edition held in Jerusalem, Israel (1972), and followed a schedule of tri-annual meetings in Leiden, The Netherlands (1974), Helsinki, Finland (1977), Oxford, England (1980), Lubeck, Germany (1983), Marseille, France (1986), Uppsala, Sweden (1989), Edinburgh, Great Britain (1992), El Escorial, Madrid, Spain (1995), Ancona, Italy (1998), Wurzburg, Germany (2001), Uxbridge, England (2004), and Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2007). After Amsterdam, the conference changed to a bi-annual schedule, in Boone, USA (2009), Manchester, England (2011), Bologna, Italy (2013), and Canterbury, England (2014). In 2014 the chromosome community commemorated the 50thanniversary of the ICC since Darlington and Lewis organized the first meeting in Oxford. Looking  back on the Chromosome Conferences over the years, it is clear that chromosome studies have advanced to study exciting, new problems and to develop novel technologies.
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26.
 
Dynamic DNA Structures in Biology
ID
772632
Dates
10 Jul 2016 - 15 Jul 2016
Location
Saxtons River, United States
Abstract
This SRC will be the fourth meeting on Dynamic DNA Structures in Biology, a highly interactive meeting that brings together a diverse, international community of researchers who maintain a “DNA-centric” view of basic biological processes.  Attendees will include those interested in disease-causing repeat expansions, chromatin dynamics, chromosome fragility related to transcription and replication, and the biological roles of unusual, non-B DNA structures.  Morning and evening scientific sessions will feature established and new investigators, and ample time for discussion will be incorporated into the program.  In addition, short talks chosen from submitted abstracts will be included in session, with preference given to trainees.  Afternoon poster sessions will further foster the exchange of ideas and facilitate the establishment of new collaborations.  Travel awards may be available for young investigators/trainees
27.
 
Oxford Genomics Forum 2016: Super Cool NGS Things and Funky Clinical Stuff
ID
798704
Start date
13 Jul 2016
Location
Oxford, United Kingdom
Abstract
The 7th Oxford Genomics Forum is a 1-day event which takes place on the Wednesday 13th July at the University of Oxford’s Old Road Campus.

This year the Forum is held in partnership between the Oxford Genomics Centre and Biotexcel as a new platform to bring together genomic researchers from diverse areas to discuss the latest advances, technologies, tools and directions in Genomics. This new platform will evolve into a full 2-day event in 2017 so join us this year and be part of the community as we take the popular forum to a new level.

The scientific theme of the forum will cover the following areas:

Technological advancement in Single Cell

Genomic Medicine

Epigenetics

Gene Regulation

Pathogenic Organisms

Cancer

Data analysis and handling

The Forum will consist of 3 keynote talks given by opinion leaders who will then chair sessions of short talks by key figures in those areas. There will also be plenty of opportunities for delegates to brainstorm ideas and discuss topics that are making the genomic headlines.

Contact
Elisabetta Fineschi;     Phone: [0161 870 6056];     Email: ngsOxford@biotexcel.com
Topics
Genomics, Genomic Technologies, Epigenetics, Single Cell Analysis, Next Generation Sequencing, NGS Data Analysis, Pathogens
28.
 
FAES-BioTech — BioTech 56 RNA Sequencing
ID
785566
Dates
01 Aug 2016 - 05 Aug 2016
Location
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Abstract
RNA-seq or RNA sequencing is a new technology that utilizes the latest in next-generation sequencing approaches to obtain information about the presence/absence as well as the quantity of transcribed RNA (mRNA, rRNA, tRNA, or miRNA). Soon RNA-seq will be transplanting microarrays as the go-to procedure for analyzing the transcriptome of any genome. In this workshop, we will provide hands-on experience with RNA-seq - from the bench to the post-sequencing data acquisition (Illumina NextSeq) and analysis using the latest bioinformatics approaches. With a team of researchers from the NIH, area academic institutions and Illumina, we will cover examples of methodological approaches and applications of RNA-seq analysis to a variety of basic science and clinical biomedical research problems.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards;     Phone: [301-594-1475];     Email: biotech@faes.org
Topics
Lecture Topics An Introduction to NGS and RNA-seq, Basics of RNA Sequencing and Analysis, Introduction to Downstream Analysis, RNA-seq Gene Expression Data Analysis Pipeline: Methods, Tools and Issues, Efficient Library Preparation from Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs), Transcriptomic Changes in Human Brain Development, Bioconductor and RNA-seq Data Analysis, Integrating Gene Expression and Pathway Analysis in Developing Early Disease Biomarkers: A Genomic Approach, RNA-seq and CHIP-seq with Galaxy, Basic Downstream Analysis of RNA-seq and CHIP-seq Data with DAVID and IPA, Metaseq: A Python Package for Integrative Genome-wide Analysis, RNa seq Data Analysis in the Context of Biological Networks, RNA-seq of the Small RNAs of the Nucleolus, Transcriptome Profiling of CTLs using RNA-seq. Laboratory Topics Processing of RNA libraries, Load Sequencing Reactions, Recovery of Sequencing Data, Using BaseSpace to Analysis RNA-seq Data, Introduction to Linux, Sed, Awk and Bash Scripting, RNA-seq Analysis with the Tuxedo Package- Command Line
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29.
 
IS3B — 2nd International Summer Symposium on Systems Biology
ID
798849
Dates
02 Aug 2016 - 04 Aug 2016
Location
Mexico City, Mexico
Abstract
The IS3B is currently the largest symposium on Systems Biology in Mexico and Latin America, and strives to unite leading researchers and students in an informal setting with the aim to present current research in Systems Biology and Systems Medicine. The aims of the meeting are to discuss current research in Systems Biology and its applications for understanding human diseases and to create an ambiance that enables scientific collaborations among experimental and theoretical groups working on human diseases. To this extent we invite national and international researchers and students working in the aforementioned fields during all stages of their academic career with the possibility to present their work as a poster or short talk to a highly qualified research community.
Contact
Osbaldo Resendis Antonio;     Phone: [+52 55 5350 1900 ext.1198];     Email: is3b2016@inmegen.gob.mx
Topics
Human diseases, Systems Biology, Bioinformatics, math modeling, integrative sciences, high-throughput data, genomic sciences, molecular biology, computational biology, networks biology, systems medicine, big data, complex systems, metagenomics, biomedicine, translational medicine
30.
 
7th International Crop Science Congress
ID
717516
Dates
14 Aug 2016 - 19 Aug 2016
Location
Beijing, China
Abstract
International Crop Science Congress (ICSC) is a regular forum for crop scientists from around the world to integrate current knowledge into a global context and international applications. The Congress is organized about every four years beginning in July, 1992. The International Crop Science Society has primary oversight for general operations of Congresses. The location will rotate among countries that propose and are accepted to host the Congress. The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Crop Science Society of China are pleased to jointly host 7th ICSC on August 14-19, 2016 in Beijing, China. An excellent opportunity will be provided for participants from various regions of the world to share the latest global progress of crop science research, and develop recommendations for future thrusts in research, development, and technology transfer. Traditional areas where papers will be presented include crop germplasm, crop genetics and breeding, crop physiology and production, crop molecular biology and biotechnology, climate change and sustainability, crop protection, processing and utilization, and socio-economic aspects.Apart from the scientific exchange, we will also showcase new varieties, new products, new technologies and latest publications. Furthermore, post conference tours to farms and the scenic and/or cultural sites will feature your tour in China with both academic atmosphere and ancient cultural immersion of China. The Organizing Committee of 7th ICSC sincerely welcomes all the experts and entrepreneurs related with crop science to involve in the congress planning, academic exchange and achievement exhibition. And we believe that 7th ICSC will be an unprecedented landmark in ICSC history under our joint effort.
Contact
Guangming Yang;     Phone: [+86-10-82105939];     Email: cssc@caas.cn
Topics
Crop germplasm and evolution. Crop genetics and genomics. Crop biotechnology. Breeding and seed production. Agronomy and crop physiology. Climate change and sustainability. Crop quality and processing. Crop production and socioeconomic aspects. Special Forum.
Event website
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PBio 2016 — Euro-Par Workshop: PBio 2016
ID
792410
Dates
22 Aug 2016 - 23 Aug 2016
Location
Grenoble, France
Abstract
We seek original, high-quality research papers, clearly focused on the application of Parallelism to any possible Bioinformatics problem. More specifically, with regard to the Bioinformatics problems, many different alternatives exist: bioinformatics applied to biomedicine and drug design; biological sequence analysis, comparison and alignment; motif, gene and signal recognition/discovery; molecular evolution; phylogenetics and phylogenomics; determination or prediction of the structure of RNA and protein; DNA twisting and folding; gene expression and gene regulatory networks; deduction of metabolic pathways; microarray design and analysis; proteomics; functional genomics; molecular docking; design of DNA sequences for molecular computing; etc.
Topics
Parallel and distributed algorithms in Bioinformatics, Workload partitioning strategies in Bioinformatics, Memory-efficient algorithms in Bioinformatics, Parallel tools and applications in Bioinformatics, Data-intensive Bioinformatics (including Big Data storage and processing), Multicore computing in Bioinformatics, Multithreaded computing in Bioinformatics, Cluster computing in Bioinformatics, Supercomputing in Bioinformatics, Cloud/Grid/P2P computing in Bioinformatics, Volunteer computing in Bioinformatics, Hardware accelerators in Bioinformatics, Heterogeneous computing in Bioinformatics, Green computing in Bioinformatics, Mobile computing in Bioinformatics, Emerging parallel programming models in Bioinformatics.
32.
 
Moving Forward with Stem Cell Technology
ID
759193
Dates
06 Sep 2016 - 08 Sep 2016
Location
London, United Kingdom
Abstract
From basic research to clinical practice, this multi-disciplinary event provides an opportunity to share and compare research progress and clinical experiences to establish reliable stem cell and other cellular therapies.
Contact
Shara Cohen;     Phone: [enquiries@euroscicon.com];     Email: enquiries@euroscicon.com
Topics
Stem Cell Transplantation, Cellular Therapies, Cord Blood, Gvhd, Stem Cell Therapy
33.
 
XXVIIth Genetic Days :: 2016
ID
800714
Dates
07 Sep 2016 - 09 Sep 2016
Location
Nitra, Slovakia
34.
 
7th Non-Coding RNA & RNAi Therapeutics Conference
ID
806715
Dates
14 Sep 2016 - 15 Sep 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
We invite you to attend the 7th Non-Coding RNA & RNAi Therapeutics Conference, which will take place September 14-15, 2016 in Boston, MA. The conference will bring together an exciting balance of industry and academia, so that delegates have the unique opportunity to network with colleagues in the RNA research field.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Phone: [6262566405];     Email: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Topics
RNA, Non-Coding RNAs, CRISPR
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35.
 
EMBO Practical Course — Non-coding RNA in infection
ID
739546
Dates
18 Sep 2016 - 24 Sep 2016
Location
Würzburg, Germany
Topics
RNA | Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens
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36.
 
InCoB 2016 - The 15th International Conference on Bioinformatics
ID
800826
Dates
21 Sep 2016 - 23 Sep 2016
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Abstract
The 15th annual InCoB (International Conference on Bioinformatics) will be held in Singapore, September 21-23, 2016.
37.
 
EMBL–Wellcome Genome Campus Conference: Big Data in Biology and Health
ID
771816
Dates
25 Sep 2016 - 27 Sep 2016
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract
This conference will address the opportunities and challenges of “big data” analytics, advance basic research and explore translational opportunities.
Contact
Phone: [+49 6221 387 8797];     Email: events@embl.de
Topics
genomics, clinical medicine, epidemiology, information technology, cloud computing, bioethics, big data, omics, bioinformatics, genomics, proteomics, systems biology and metabolomics
38.
 
Immunogenomics 2016
ID
766422
Dates
26 Sep 2016 - 28 Sep 2016
Location
Huntsville, AL, United States
Abstract
Immunogenomics 2016 is an international conference that brings together leaders and researchers exploring the application of genomic technologies to understand the immune system and development of disease.
Topics
immunology, genomics, microbiome, epigenomics, systems immunobiology, immunodiversity, immune repertoires, immunotherapy, infectious disease
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39.
 
14th Annual Pharma IT Congress
ID
787503
Dates
28 Sep 2016 - 29 Sep 2016
Location
London, United Kingdom
Abstract
Oxford Global are proud to present the 14th Annual Pharmaceutical IT Congress, taking place on 28 – 29 September 2016 in London, UK. This highly established event will focus on exciting Big Data implementation case studies, novel research results in translational informatics, updates in data management for Real-World Evidence and novel IT solutions. The pharmaceutical IT industry represents a complex area of research that is under continuous pressure to develop novel solutions to improve its performance. Thanks to recent advancements in cloud computing solutions, Real-World Data and analytics, the industry is flourishing.
Contact
Guillaume Alonso;     Phone: [+44 (0)1865 248 455];     Email: g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Over 200 delegates representing global pharmaceutical organisations, leading biotech companies and internationally renowned academic institutions Over 40 presentations and case studies focusing on the key developments in Big Data, Translational Informatics, Data Management for Real-World Evidence and IT Solutions Including 4 interactive streams: - Utilising Big Data In R&D - Translational Informatics - Data Management For Real-World Evidence - Novel IT Solutions
40.
 
Genome Editing USA Congress 2016
ID
804942
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 04 Oct 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
Oxford Global are proud to present the inaugural Genome Editing USA Congress taking place on the 3rd & 4th October 2016, at The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, USA. Over the two days this prestigious congress will bring together over 250 senior level attendees from both academia and pharma to discuss the most crucial challenges in genome editing, genome engineering, next generation sequencing and single cell analysis.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44(0)1865 248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Genome Editing Techniques, Therapeutic Applications of Genome Editing, muscular dystrophy, cardiovascular disease, immunotherapy, genetic diseases, precision medicine, CRISPR, TALENs, ZFNs, genetic disorders, genomics, next generation sequencing and single cell analysis,
41.
 
Single Cell USA — Single Cell Analysis USA Congress
ID
806488
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 04 Oct 2016
Location
Boston, United States
Abstract
Oxford Global are proud to present the Single Cell Analysis USA Congress, co-located with our popular Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress, to be held on 3-4 October 2016 in Boston. Building on the success of our 2015 event, as well our UK-based NGS and Single Cell meetings, this prestigious meeting will bring together over 250 senior level attendees from both academia and pharma to discuss the most crucial challenges in single cell analysis.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44(0)1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Single Cell AnalysiS, Transcriptomics, Single Cell Analysis Technologies, Advances in NGS Platforms and Key Therapeutic Applications, NGS Data Management, Bioinformatics, Clinical Applications, Diagnostics, genomics, DNA sequencing, epigenetic sequencing, RNA sequencing, informatics, data handling, cancer, disease, cytometry, mass spectrometry, isolation,
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42.
 
Chromatin Proteomics 2016 — FEBS Workshop on Chromatin Proteomics
ID
805514
Dates
03 Oct 2016 - 08 Oct 2016
Location
Heraklion, Crete, Greece
Abstract
The goal of this workshop is to foster scientific exchange between scientists working on the chromatin proteome, the dynamic behavior of proteins in the nucleus and the integration and visualization of protein and DNA networks. There will be dedicated sessions on the proteomic analysis of histone modifications, of defined chromosomal domains and of functional proteomics together with sessions on quantitative proteomics, emerging technologies and bioinformatic analysis of large proteomic datasets and their visualization, with lectures given by leading researchers in the field. There will also be two poster sessions and several short oral presentations by junior researchers that will be selected from the abstracts.
Contact
Conference Secretariat and Administration;     Email: chromatinproteomics2016@gmail.com
Topics
epigenetics, chromatin, proteomics, histones, mass spectrometry, gene expresssion, DNA binding proteins, nucleus
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43.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — Complex Life of mRNA
ID
721774
Dates
05 Oct 2016 - 08 Oct 2016
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract
Before the genetic information stored in the DNA can be used to direct cell growth and metabolism it has to be transferred into RNA. Messenger RNAs (mRNAs) are key components in the transmission of genetic information in all life forms - from viruses to complex mammalian organisms. Exciting recent findings have revealed a remarkable degree of complexity in the lives of mRNAs and the field is rapidly developing. The EMBO | EMBL Symposium “Complex Life of mRNA” will bring leaders in the mRNA field together with post-docs and students, with the aim of disseminating and discussing the most recent results.
Contact
Email: Maryann.smith@embl.de
Topics
Transcription, mRNA processing, Export and localisation, mRNA surveillance and decay, Translation and the control of mRNA expression by microRNAs
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44.
 
Australasian Genomic Technologies Association Conference held in partnership with the NZ Next Generation Sequencing Conference
ID
807600
Dates
09 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
Location
Auckland, New Zealand
Abstract
AGTA/NZ NGS 2016 will attract staff and clients from all genomics core service providers in the region, and beyond, eager to be exposed to new and evolving technologies, and to hear how those technologies are being applied to genomics research.    AGTA/NZ NGS 2016 will showcase dynamic cross-discipline-omics research, and uniquely allow genomics and bioinformatics researchers, as well as industry, to interact over a wide range of topics; these will include technologies focused on genome regulation: biology, phenotype and utility, genomics and agriculture, genome diversity and evolution, human disease and clinical genomics, plant genomics, microbial and single cell genomics and transcriptomics. We hope you will enjoy the exciting line-up of topics and presenters we have assembled. 
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45.
 
NGS ASIA 2016 — 6th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress 2016
ID
806333
Dates
11 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44 (0) 1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Genomic research, Sequencing, genomic therapies, developments in NGS technologies, protein sequencing & genome editing, NGS in therapeutics, genomic medicine, cancer, immunotherapy, infectious diseases and biomarkers, advances In NGS Platforms And Key Therapeutic Applications, Data Analysis, Clinical Applications & Diagnostics, Single Cell ‘Omics, Single Cell Analysis Technology
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46.
 
Single Cell Asia 2016 — 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Asia Congress 2016
ID
806445
Dates
11 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
Location
Singapore, Singapore
Abstract
Oxford Global Conferences are proud to present the 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Asia Congress, taking place on 11-12 October 2016 in Singapore.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Phone: [+44(0)1865248455];     Email: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Topics
Genomic research, health & cell functions, advances in Single Cell technologies, disease research, Single Cell ‘Omics, Single Cell Analysis Technology, Advances In NGS Platforms And Key Therapeutic Applications, NGS: Data Analysis, Clinical Applications & Diagnostics, DNA sequencing, mass parallel sequencing, genome editing, single cell analysis and NGS data analysis methods, Microbiology, Infectious Diseases
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47.
 
Circulating Biomarkers 2016 Dundee
ID
805234
Dates
12 Oct 2016 - 13 Oct 2016
Location
Dundee, United Kingdom
Abstract
In the last couple of years EU Policy makers and grant funding bodies have been championing the desire to break the translational bottle-neck. As researchers focus more on breaking the translational bottle neck they have started to look more closely at the kinds of biomarkers which will enable this. These circulating biomarkers such as circulating DNA (ctDNA/cfDNA/cftDNA), miRNA/microRNA, circulating tumour cells & exosomes are indeed useful and we have been covering them in the last few conferences with some great data and presentations from opinion leaders in the respective areas. We have heard from researchers about how they perform their biased and unbiased discovery on these biomarkers and then validate and move them into the clinic so that the blood biopsy tests can be realized.
Contact
Elisabetta Fineschi;     Phone: [0161 870 6056];     Email: efineschi@botexcel.com
Topics
Circulating Biomarkers, Circulating DNA, Circulating miRNA, Liquid Biopsy, Exosomes, Translational Medicine, Clinical Diagnostics, Non-Invasive Diagnosis, Least-Invasive Diagnosis, Circulating tumour DNA, Circulating tumor DNA, Horizon 2020, Blood Biopsy, Microbiome,
48.
 
2016 IMB Conference: Epigenetics in Development
ID
789751
Dates
20 Oct 2016 - 22 Oct 2016
Location
Mainz, Germany
Abstract
The conference will cover the role of epigenetics in developmental processes from the level of individual cells to whole organisms. A central theme of the conference will be to explore how the epigenomic landscape changes between fertilisation and differentiation, what regulates these changes and what is their developmental significance. Included in this is how epigenetics contributes to developmental patterning. For example, what epigenetic regulators are important in lineage specification, how do they exert their function and how do cell-cell interactions transmit signals to the epigenome. The contribution of chromatin structure to developmental processes and the molecular mechanisms that regulate these changes will also be addressed.
Contact
Christine Sweed;     Email: events@imb.de
Topics
epigenetics, development, molecular biology, DNA, DNA repair, chromatin, reproduction, embryogenesis, plasticity and differentiation
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49.
 
11th International MicroRNAs/Noncoding RNAs & Genome Editing Europe-2016 Meeting on MicroRNAs: Biology to Development and Disease & Genome Editing
ID
799911
Dates
01 Nov 2016 - 02 Nov 2016
Location
Cambridge, United Kingdom
50.
 
Cell Symposia: Functional RNAs
ID
801231
Dates
06 Nov 2016 - 08 Nov 2016
Location
Guangzhou, China
Abstract
What an exciting time for RNA! Not long ago, small RNAs were taking the scientific world by storm, demonstrating that our long-held beliefs about gene expression were incomplete and providing us with new experimental approaches. Today, new breakthroughs continue to redefine the scientific landscape. RNA-guided genome editing allows us to modify genes at their endogenous loci, and sequencing technologies allow us to assess gene expression at remarkable scales, large and small. As a result, we are beginning to understand biology like never before. Please join us for a meeting focused on how functional RNAs impact gene expression. Topics will include emerging technologies, new insights into small RNA formation and function, regulation of gene expression by long noncoding RNAs, genome regulation, genome editing, and more. Our aim is to bring together researchers with broad interests in RNA biology and its impact on gene expression to share their current research efforts, foster collaborations, and stimulate ideas for future avenues of research.
51.
 
NGS 2016 Nordic
ID
805211
Dates
08 Nov 2016 - 09 Nov 2016
Location
Lund, Sweden
Abstract
The third annual NGS 2016 Nordic Conference will take place at the Medicon Village in Lund and is organised in partnership with the Kennedy Centre at Rigshospitalet, Odense University Hospital and Lund Cancer Centre.The conference which will be opened by Prof Thoas Fioretos, is focused on the use of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and tools to look at human disease whether in a research or a clinical setting. We will cover the following areas, but please bookmark this page as the scientific committee will be updating the subjects as the conference planning moves forward: NGS Applications and workflows, Personalized Genomics, the Metagenomics link to health/disease, Non-invasive Prenatal testing, Cancer and Rare Disease genetics as well as Data Analysis and Storage.
Contact
Elisabetta Fineschi;     Phone: [0161 870 6056];     Email: ngsNordic@biotexcel.com
Topics
Clinical Genetics, Genomic Research, Bioinformatics, NGS Data Analysis, Rare Diseases, Oncology, Breast Cancer, Exome Sequencing, Genome Sequencing, Epigenetics, Transcriptome, Gut Microbiome, Next Generation Sequencing, Metagenomics, DNA Sequencing, Medical Genetics,
52.
 
EMBL conference: From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology
ID
731854
Dates
12 Nov 2016 - 15 Nov 2016
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
53.
 
UAEU Symposium on Biological Sciences: "Genomics & Bioinformatics"
ID
800656
Dates
14 Nov 2016 - 15 Nov 2016
Location
Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
Abstract
This objectives of this symposium are to exchange the current status of genomics/bioinformatics science, enhance the understanding of genomic variations and explore potential strategies to collaborate between research centers in the UAE and other multinational research centers. Topics covered will include, but not limited to, genomic medicine, human diseases, next generation sequencing, bioinformatics, plant genomics, long non-coding RNA, transcriptomics, variomics (transcriptome vs. genome) and systems biology.
54.
 
NGS 2016 Benelux: Workshop & Conference
ID
791126
Dates
16 Nov 2016 - 17 Nov 2016
Location
Benelux, Belgium
Abstract
NGS 2016 Benelux, is an annual genomics event that takes place in Brussels and it will be held between 14th & 17th November 2016 at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels. This event is held in partnership with the Brussels Interuniversity Genomics High Throughput core (BRIGHTcore) – the Centre for Medical Genetics of VUB – UZ Brussels & Genome Diagnostics Nijmegen. In conjunction with the conference there will be a Two day Workshop that will provide NGS data analysis training to those working in the wetlab who want to be able to analyse the data and understand the data analysis workflows.
Contact
Elisabetta Fineschi;     Email: efineschi@biotexcel.com
Topics
Genetics, NGS, Next Generation Sequencing, clinical genetics, oncology, cancer, genomics, molecular biology, data analysis, bioinformatics, human genetics, biomarkers, data storage, rare disease, micro RNA, circulating tumour DNA, cfDNA, miRNA, Epigenetics, Transcriptomics.
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55.
 
FoG London 2017 — Festival of Genomics London 2017
ID
792431
Dates
31 Jan 2017 - 02 Feb 2017
Location
London, United Kingdom
Contact
Eleanor Rogers;     Phone: [02073848021];     Email: contact@frontlinegenomics.com
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56.
 
GeneMed-2017 — International Conference on Genomic Medicine
ID
796974
Dates
22 Feb 2017 - 24 Feb 2017
Location
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Abstract
Genomic analysis is rapidly becoming an important tool in biomedical research for study of Future Medicine and health. So focusing on the scope of Genomic Medicine we are organizing this conference to gather top global researchers, leaders and innovators to announce new discoveries, cutting edge breakthroughs.

Its 3 day event which includes Keynote sessions, featured speakers, students, companies. We encourage delegates to use this conference as a meeting place to assemble their academic interest-groups for global deliberations.

Contact
Sushma Bandi;     Phone: [408-426-4833];     Email: genemed@uniscigroup.org
Topics
Genome Technologies, Next Generation Sequencing, Precision and Personalized Medicine, Epigenetics, Biomarkers, Bioinformatics, Diagnostic and Therapeutic issues, Sequencing technologies and Techniques, Structural and Functional Genomics, Molecular Pathology, Plant Genomics and Microbiome, Human Genomics, Genetic Medicine, Immunogenomics
57.
 
EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Neural circuits in the past, present and future
ID
806309
Dates
14 May 2017 - 17 May 2017
Location
Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract
The goal of this symposium is to promote interactions between researchers studying neural circuits both in traditional model systems (worm, fly, fish, mouse), in humans, and in diverse, emerging models to (i) discuss the origins, commonalities and differences of animal nervous systems, (ii) highlight the spectacular capabilities of neural circuits to control animal behaviour, and (iii) reflect on how technological innovations will open up new possibilities to understand and repair the nervous system. By bringing together a unique and eclectic mix of scientists studying nervous systems from the molecular to the psychological level, this symposium should stimulate novel cross-fertilisation of ideas and methodologies to understand neural circuit structure and function.
Contact
Gwendoline Sanderson;     Email: gwen.sanderson@embl.de
Topics
Neuroscience, Evolution Ecology, Genetics
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58.
 
2nd Zing Genomic Integrity Conference 2017
ID
806987
Dates
09 Jul 2017 - 13 Jul 2017
Location
County Dublin, Ireland
Abstract
The second Zing conference on ‘Genomic Integrity’ in Dublin will build on the success of the 2015 conference held in Cairns, Australia. The meeting will focus on the molecular pathways that protect living organisms from deleterious genetic changes. It will include sessions covering both established areas in the field, including excision repair pathways, DNA damage signalling, translesion synthesis and recombination as well as more emergent topics such as DNA damage in mitosis and the role of RNA in the DNA damage response. There will also be sessions covering human disorders and therapeutic targeting of genome stability.
Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Phone: [00441223750020];     Email: info@zingconferences.com
Topics
Molecular Pathways, Genomic Intergrity, Genetic Changes, DNA damage, Genome Stability
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