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Activity reports

2019 - 2020
2017 - 2018

Activity report 2019-2020

The Institut Français de Bioinformatique (IFB) publishes its 2019-2020 activity report, summarizing the objectives, achievements, and ongoing projects at national and international level in the context of the European infrastructure ELIXIR

This report summarizes the activities of our platforms and teams in all the application domains of bioinformatics, with a particular focus on health. In the exceptional context of the COVID-19 sanitary crisis, 2020 has been a particularly active year: in addition to continuing our usual activities, IFB has set up a COVID-19 task force which supports the national and international efforts to combat the pandemic.

IFB has been evaluated very positively; its funding renewed until 2025 by the Ministry of Research (MESRI) and by the National Research Agency (ANR). This support is reinforced by the strong involvement of our research organisms (CNRS, Inserm, INRAe, CEA), and by  several newly granted large-scale projects.

How to cite this report :
Lauriou Suzanne, Saenz Angela, van Helden Jacques, IFB team & Médigue Claudine. (2021). Institut Français de Bioinformatique - Activity report 2019-2020 (1.2). Zenodo.

Activity report 2017-2018

The IFB publishes its 2017-2018 activity report, which sets out :

  • An inventory of the actions of the 2018-2021 roadmap.(national network of services in bioinformatics, training, articulation with the European bioinformatics infrastructure ELIXIR, innovation axis: integrative bioinformatics, and IFB-industry partnerships)
  • catalogue of the IFB's regional platforms (expertise, services, activities)
  • Some indicators for the period 2017-2018
  • Revised outline of governance and operational organisation

How to cite this report :
Dominguez Del Angel Victoria, Sand Olivier, Médigue Claudine, & van Helden Jacques. (2019). 2017-2018 Activity Report, FRENCH INSTITUTE OF BIOINFORMATICS. Zenodo.

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