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venerdì 8 aprile 2016, Aula Sironi, U4-8.

L’NGS MM è un meeting informale di un giorno in cui i ricercatori del campo dell’area milanese (allargata) si ritrovano per presentare alcuni lavori, per condividere esperienze ed iniziare nuove collaborazioni.

Iscrizione / Registration Registrazione gratuita, obbligatoria per problemi organizzativi.

Programma Preliminare (aggiornamenti recenti)

8:45 Saluto di benvenuto
9:00 Riccardo Bellazzi, Università degli Studi di Pavia; GeMoNe: The Genomic Data Portal for Myeloid Neoplasms
9:20 Maurizio Casiraghi, ZooPlantLab, BtBs, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca; “Water biome”: HTS tools for the analysis of aquatic environments
9:40 Marco Masseroli, Politecnico di Milano; Next generation genomic data management and computing
10:00 Eugenio Montini, Ospedale San Raffaele; Genomic Integration Site Analysis of 7 Metachromatic Leukodystrophy Patients up to 48 Months Follow-up After Lentiviral Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Therapy
10:20 Marco Previtali, DISCo Università Milano Bicocca; Fast String Graph Construction for De Novo Assembly of NGS Data
10:40 Raoul Bonnal, INGM; Docker new opportunities for bioinformatics, research institutes and enterprises
11:00 PAUSA CAFFÈ; Network and chat with your colleagues and with the speakers in front of refreshments and pastries – courtesy of Roche Italia.
11:30 Arnaud Ceol, IIT@SEMM; NGS Management And Analysis: From Sample To Molecular And Network Biology
11:50 Rocco Piazza, Scuola di Medicina, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca; RNA-Seq is a valuable complement of conventional diagnostic tools in newly diagnosed AML patients
12:10 Paolo Provero, Università degli Studi di Torino e Ospedale San Raffaele; Patterns of somatic mutations in cancer predict disease genes
13:00 PAUSA PRANZO (libero).
14:30 TBA
14:50 Stefano De Pretis, IIT@SEMM; Dynamics of transcriptional regulation: the contribution of epigenetic and regulatory factors
15:10 Daniele Ramazzotti, DISCo Università Milano Bicocca; Inferring Selective Advantage Relationships to Reconstruct Cancer Progression Models
15:30 Saverio Vicario, CNR – ITB (Institute of Biomedical Technology), Bari; Algebra of biodiversity: how to represent change in communities with a special focus on HTC data
15:50 Giorgio EM Melloni, IIT@SEMM; CancerPanelSimulation: a resource to analyze and design genomic gene panels for cancer clinical trials
16:10 Conclusioni e saluti finali

altre informazioni: http://bimib.disco.unimib.it/index.php/NGS_MM_16

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