Meetings/Workshops on Systems Biology and Computational Biology in Germany

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EMBO Workshop — Precision health: Molecular basis, technology and digital health
13 Nov 2019 - 16 Nov 2019 • Heidelberg, Germany
Topics:
Molecular Medicine | Systems Biology
Event listing ID:
1141899
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EMBO Practical Course — Methods for analysis of circular RNAs: No tautology
17 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019 • Heidelberg, Germany
Topics:
RNA | Genomic & Computational Biology
Event listing ID:
1141853
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EMBL Course: Analysis and Integration of Transcriptome and Proteome Data
02 Feb 2020 - 07 Feb 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract:
Systems biology is a still expanding field of research aiming to understand at the molecular level how cells, tissues and organism operate in their biological context. Among the key technologies driving this forward are next-generation sequencing and proteomics, as they provide powerful means to determine global expression levels of genes and proteins. Both fields have matured to a degree that they have now become accessible to researchers in many areas of biology. During this course participants will gain theoretical insight in the structure of sequencing and proteomic data, and will receive training in data analysis using various computational tools.
Contact:
EMBL Events;     Phone: [+49 6221 378 8797];     Email: events@embl.de
Topics:
Principles of mRNA quantification, Principles of protein identification and quantification, Principles and application of bioinformatic tools for mining of transcriptome and proteome data, Data integration by Cytoscape
Event listing ID:
1274277
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EMBL Course: Whole Transcriptome Data Analysis
28 Sep 2020 - 02 Oct 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract:
This course will teach the biological researchers how to analyse biological data sets using open-source software. Most of the analysis will be performed with docker4seq package, which was developed to facilitate the use of computing demanding applications in the field of NGS data analysis. Docker4seq package uses docker containers that embed demanding computing tasks (e.g. short reads mapping) into isolated containers. This approach provides multiple advantages: the user does not need to install all the software on its local server, the results generated by different containers can be organised in pipelines and reproducible research is guarantee by the possibility of sharing the docker images used for the analysis.
Contact:
EMBL Events;     Phone: [+49 6221 378 8797];     Email: events@embl.de
Topics:
Tools for RNA-seq data analysis, Experimental design, Quality control, Normalisation and data reformatting, Basic statistics, Selecting differentially regulated genes/microRNAs, Selecting alternative splicing events, Multiple testing, Biological interpretation
Event listing ID:
1279299
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EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Biological Oscillators: Design, Mechanism, Function
09 Nov 2020 - 11 Nov 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract:
Oscillations are abundant - from hormonal oscillations with periods of days and months, to genetic fluctuations in the range of hours (circadian clock, embryonic oscillators), and metabolic and biochemical oscillations in the order of minutes (glycolytic oscillations) and seconds (Calcium-dynamics) - oscillations are central to biology across different temporal and spatial scales. At this symposium multiple disciplines will come together in order to discuss common mechanisms underlying the generation of oscillations. This symposium aims to further strengthen a new, highly interdisciplinary community composed of scientists from very different fields and who share a common interest in oscillatory phenomena and biological dynamics. As such, this meeting provides a unique platform for this emerging new community working at the interface between quantitative biology, complex oscillatory systems and physics.
Contact:
EMBL Events;     Phone: [+49 6221 378 8797];     Email: events@embl.de
Topics:
Oscillation mechanisms, Oscillation function, Quantitative/imaging approaches to oscillatory dynamics, Synchronisation of coupled oscillators, Mathematical modelling and computational approaches to oscillatory dynamics
Event listing ID:
1274204
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EMBL Conference: From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology
15 Nov 2020 - 18 Nov 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract:
The main objective of this conference is to bring people together from diverse disciplines to exchange ideas, promote cross-disciplinary collaborations and to form a synthesis of appropriate systems-level approaches. The meeting is therefore purposely broad to cover all aspects of genomics to systems biology, a unique combination that is highly appreciated by the participants. Over the past decade, this EMBL conference has therefore served as an important venue in helping to shape the field, or to be more precise to help generate a community of scientists that come from very diverse disciplines, each with the common goal to understand the systems level properties of their system of interest.
Contact:
EMBL Events;     Phone: [+49 6221 378 8797];     Email: events@embl.de
Topics:
Transcription, Chromatin and nucleosomes, 3D structure, Epigenetics, Post-transcriptional regulation and non-coding RNA, Proteomics, Protein-protein interaction networks, Metabolites, Genetic interaction networks, Single cell variation, Biological noise, Systems genetics, Genotype to phenotype, Human genome variation, Data integration, modelling and prediction
Event listing ID:
1274203
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Last updated: 08 October 2019