Genopole Summer School 2018
Bioinformatic and Biostatistic tools in medical genomics
Du 25-06-2018 au 29-06-2018 à Châteauform' Seine Port (77)
Date limite d'inscription: 31-05-2018

Summer School Genopole 2018

Bioinformatic and Biostatistic tools in Medical Genomics

 

JUNE 25 - 29 Campus of Chateauform’ Seine Port (77)

The programme will cover statistical methodologies and bioinformatic tools used in genomics in the context of a comprehension approach of pathological mechanisms.
The course will include lectures by guest speakers as well as hands-on computer sessions* with experts in the field.

The course is intended for researchers, engineers and PhD already involved or planning to start their research projects in the field of genomics for medical research.

It is limited to 20 participants, in order to ensure the highest quality in the to the interactions and to the practical sessions. For this reason, registration will include a selection step by the organizing committee.
Deadline for pre-registration 31 MAY 2018

More specifics
 

Practical information

This is a residential summer school. Hence, all sessions will take place in the Campus of Chateauform’ Les Berges de Seine, in a nature area close to Paris. Participants will be hosted in the campus with accommodation and meals all included in the registration fees.

In order to ensure a high quality of instruction, places are limited to 20 participants and will be granted upon a selection step based on a short description of current / upcoming research and on a brief test included in the registration form.

The course will start on the 25 of June afternoon and will end on the 29 of June 2018.

 

* Participants shall bring their own laptop


Program

 

The Genopole biocluster in the era of genomics and precision medicine
Jean-Marc GROGNET, CEO Genopole

→ Topic on monogenic diabetes
Philippe FROGUEL, Professor, CHRU Lille and Imperial College, London

→ Microbiome metagenomics in pathologic processes
Hervé BLOTTIERE, Director of research, Institut MICALIS, Inra

→ Bioinformatics applied to cancer genomics
Andrei ZINOVYEV, Computational Systems Biology of Cancer, Institut Curie Paris

→ Methods Research in Machine Learning applied in Biology and Medicine
Andre KAHLES, Biomedical Informatics Group, BMI ETH Zurich

Keynotes session (up to date topics with high level speakers)
Bioinformatics applied to medical genomics – impact and upcoming application
Gut microbiome and diseases
Genome plasticity analysis

Partners sessions (presentation of tools and infrastructures)
France Genomique Infrastructure
IFB Cloud Infrastucture
Bioinformatic support and development

Poster sessions
Presentation of posters by the applicants

Practical sessions (hands-on sessions with expert scientists)
Fundamental coding and data science skills (Linux and R)
Generation, management and analysis of data (GALAXY and HPC)
Variation in the human genome (SNPs, CNV...)
Statistical methods (quantification and differential expression, inference, quantitative genetics…)
Strategies for exploring the microbiota in the scope of human health (use of marker gene tools, bioinformatic strategies…)
 

Speakers and Instructors (confirmed)
→ Christophe AMBROISE, Université d’Evry-Val d’Essonne
→ Guillem RIGAILL, Inra
→ Jean-François DELEUZE, Centre national de génotypage,IG - CEA
→ Victoria DOMINGUEZ DEL ANGEL, Institut Français de Bioinformatique
→ Adrien JOSSO, Genoscope IG-CEA
→ Pierre LE BER, Institut de genomique CEA
→ Valentin LOUX, Inra
→ Vincent MEYER, Centre national de génotypage CEA
→ Laurent BOURI, Institut Français de Bioinformatique
→ Stéphane CRUVEILLER, Genoscope, CEA
→ Nicolas WIART, Centre national de génotypage CEA
→ Lilia MESROB, Centre national de génotypage CEA

 

Scientific committee

→ Roxane BRACHET coordinator, Genopole
→ Jean-François DELEUZE, Centre national de génotypage,IG - CEA
→ Claudine MEDIGUE, Institut Français de Bioinformatique, Elixir
→ Victoria DOMINGUEZ DEL ANGEL, Institut Français de Bioinformatique, Elixir
→ Pierre LE BER, Institut de génomique, CEA
→ Francis QUETIER, Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne
→ Pierre TAMBOURIN, Genopole

 


Registration is being processed by the genopole website.
To register, use this link

All participants will stay at the "Campus des Berges de Seine" in Seine-Port, Paris area.

Address :
Campus des berges de Seine 
1 route de Beaulieu (D39) 
77240 Seine Port 

http://www.chateauform.com/fr/maison/les-berges-de-seine/#

Live in Campus…
You will be accomodated in individual room or in cottages for 2 participants : don’t hesitate to inform your organiser of your preferences to share theses cosy cottages nested in full nature.

Dress in Campus…
Your seminar will take place on a side of a hill… Hence, to be comfortable in your moves, it is recommended that to come in flat shoes as well as convenient clothes.

Enjoy Campus…
During your free times, a coach is waiting for you in a 1000 square meter Spa,
ping-pong, football, tennis, .... all freely accessible.

PNG - 275 ko

Campus ’Les berges de Seine’

Châteauform’ (77)


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