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Six talks on trending topics in bioinformatics in the context of the event "Perspectives in Bioinformatics"

On Monday, January 26, 2012, various speakers will give talks on trending topic in bioinformatics in the context of the series "Perspectives in Bioinformatics". The talks will be given in the CBI building (E2 1), room 001. The talk schedule is as follows:

 

Time Speaker Institution / Company Subject

10.00

Dr. Julia Engelmann

Department of Statistical Bioinformatics, Institute for Functional Genomics, Regensburg

Predicting causal effects of stromal cell signals on hepatic cancer cells

10.30

Dr. Christof Winter

Translational Oncogenomics Lab, Lund University, Schweden

How structural protein interactions and regulatory networks predict drug
targets and survival in pancreatic cancer

11.00

Dr. Nicholas Furnham

European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge

Exploring the evolution of nevel protein functions within structurally
defined superfamilies

11.50

Dr. Mareike Fischer

Center for Integrative Bioinformatics, Wien

Maximum Parsimony - new insights into an old method

12.20

Dr. Barbara Hutter

Computational Oncology-Gruppe, German Cancer Reasearch Center, Heidelberg

Analysis of new generation sequencing data in computational oncology

12.50

Dr. Dominic Rose

Chair for Bioinformatics, Universität Freiburg

Computational biology of non-coding RNAs