EMBL-EBI staff at ISMB/ECCB 2013, Berlin
Going to ISMB in Berlin? EMBL-EBI staff will be giving a number of talks and posters. Here's a preliminary lineup.
Friday, 19 July 2013
Paul Flicek, SNP-SIG. Highlight presentation: Using comparative genomics to restrict the search space of regulatory variants causing rare disease. 1.05-1.55pm, room TBC
Marco Punta, 3DSIG. Challenges in homology search: HMMER3 and convergent evolution of coiled-coil regions.
Henning Hermjakob, MS-SIG. TBC
Mar Gonzales Porta, Alternative splicing SIG. Poster: Transcriptome analysis of human tissues and cell lines reveals one dominant transcript per gene. 3.25pm
Francesco Paolo, MLSB SIG. Poster.
Saturday, 20 July 2013
Rachael Huntley, Automated Function Prediction SIG. Talk: The Gene Ontology Resource – Common Misconceptions. 11.15am
Alex Bateman, Automated Function Prediction SIG. Keynote: Using protein domains and families for functional prediction. 4.00-4.30pm.
Nidhi Tyagi, 3D SIG. Poster: Allergenic proteins are targets for mammalian IgE mediated immune response against metazoan parasites. All day in the poster area.
Pedro Ballester, 3D SIG. Talk and poster: A machine learning approach to improving docking and its application to prospective virtual screening.
John Marioni. Single-cell RNA sequencing: challenges and opportunities. 4.00-5.00pm .
Siew-Yit Yong, Automated Function Prediction SIG. Talk: InterPro - automatic function prediction through high-quality manual annotation. 4.50pm.
Sunday, 21 July 2013
Oliver Stegle, WK01: Part D. Prediction and variance component modelling of molecular traits. 12.00-12.25pm, Roof Garden.
Jan Taubert, TT12. Expression Atlas. 3.10-3.35pm, Hall 10.
Monday, 22 July 2013
Andrew Nightingale, Poster session. Poster NO59: Mapping the UniProt human reference proteome to the reference genome and variation data. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
James Malone, TT21. Weaving a Web of Federated Queries: Using SPARQL to Query BioPortal and the Gene Expression Atlas. 12.00-12.25pm, Hall 10.
Pedro Beltrao, SS04: Part A. Differential genetic-interactions of S. cerevisiae stress response pathways. 2.10-4.05pm, Hall 1.
Johanna McEntyre, TT24. Europe PubMed Central: enabling use of the life science literature. 2.40-3.05pm, Hall 9.
Roland Schwarz, LBR14. Phylogenetic quantification of intra-tumour heterogeneity. 2.40-3.05pm, Hall 15.2.
Hermann Zellner, TT26. Overview of The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt). 3.10-3.35pm, Hall 9.
Cath Brooksbank, Training BoF. Curriculum Guidelines for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (An Open Forum of the Curriculum Task Force of the ISCB Education Committee). 5.40-6.40pm.
Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Niklas Blomberg, WK05: Part D. Establishing a Successful Bioinformatics Network. 10.30-12.30pm, Roof Garden.
Niklas Blomberg, SS06, 2.10-4.05pm, Hall 1.
Lindsey Crosswell, SS06, 2.10-4.05pm, Hall 1.
Andy Smith, SS06, 2.10-4.05pm, Hall 1.
Janet Thornton, SS07, 2.10-4.05pm, Hall 1.
Jenny Cham, PP69. Designing with the user in mind: how UCD can work for bioinformatics. 12.00-12.25pm, Hall 7.
Jenny Cham, Poster: B44. Improving the EMBL-EBI online experience: user-centred design and inspiration from the BBC. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Maxim Scheremetjew, Poster: I10. EMBL-EBI’s Metagenomics Pipeline: An automated pipeline for the analysis of metagenomic data. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Jan Taubert, Poster: F18. ArrayExpress Expression Atlas. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Hermann Zellner, Poster: N092. How UniProtKB maps genomes and variants and provides this information. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Dylan Spalding, Poster: H26. Next generation data architecture for large-scale variation studies. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Cath Brooksbank, Poster: D08. EMTRAIN: the European Medicines Research Training Network. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.
Sarah Morgan, Poster: D09. Training in tools and resources - the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute experience. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby..
Katrina Pavelin, Poster: D10. Challenges involved in developing a dynamic e-learning platform for the EMBL- European Bioinformatics Institute. 12.25-2.10pm, Central Lobby.