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  • 04.07


    DAY 1 - Key note lecture

  • 04.07

    13:00 - 14:00
    Welcome and Registration

  • 04.07

    14:00 - 18:00
    Key notes and partners session

    14:00 14:10 - The Genopole Biocluster in the era of genomics for personalized medicine
    JM Grognet, CEO Genopole

    14:10 – 15:10 Think globally, process locally : laying the bioinformatic infrastructure for clinical genomics
    Daniel Zerbino, EMBL-EBI

    15 :10 – 16 :10 Gut microbiome : challenges in cardiometabolic disorders
    K. Clement, ICAN Université Pierre et Marie Curie

    16:10 – 16:20 Coffee break

    16:20 - 17:40 PARTNER SESSION
    → France Genomique Infrastructure - P. Le Ber, Institut François Jacob (CEA - Paris-Saclay)
    → GenMed programme - JF. Deleuze, CNRGH - Institut François Jacob (CEA - Paris-Saclay)
    → Cloud computing support and development - V.Dominguez Del Angle, IFB

  • 04.07

    19:00
    Dinner

  • 05.07


    DAY 2 - Bioinformatic tools

  • 05.07

    09:00 - 12:30
    Practical session : Generation and analysis of data

    Speakers :
    V. Meyer, CEA CNG
    V. Loux, Inra

    Genome assembly, local and global alignment, annotation

  • 05.07

    12:30 - 13:45
    Lunch

  • 05.07

    13:45 - 16:45
    Practical session : Variation in the human genome

    Speaker : V.Meyer, CEA CNG

    Exome sequence analysis : alternative of Whole Exome Sequencing versus Whole Genome Sequencing as a strategy to identify the genetic bases of common Mendelian disorders and rare diseases.

  • 05.07

    16:45 - 18:00
    Free Time

    Several sport activities are proposed on the campus site

  • 05.07

    18:00 - 19:30
    Poster session

    Special session assigned to the participants upon submission of poster

  • 05.07

    19:30
    Dinner

  • 06.07

    09:00 - 12:30
    Practical session : Statistical methods

    Speakers :
    C. Ambroise - UEVE
    G. Rigaill - Inra

    • Transcriptome / RNA Seq analysis (Whole Transcriptome Sequencing) : quantification and differential expression
    • How to choose the appropriate statistical methodologies : detecting bias and troubleshoots and interpreting statistical results

  • 06.07

    12:30 - 13:45
    Lunch

  • 06.07

    13:45 - 16:45
    Practical session : Statistical methods (suite)

    Speakers :
    C. Ambroise, UEVE
    G. Rigaill, Inra

    • Statistical inference /hypothesis testing
    • Quantitative genetics

  • 06.07

    17:00 - 18:00
    Social Session

    Hiking on the « circuit des villages briards » OR free time for sport activities on the campus

  • 06.07

    18:30 - 20:00
    Cocktail Dinner - Round table

    Nationwide strategies for translating genomic approaches into clinical decision making : impact on health care systems, massive data management and ethics

    Chairs :
    J.F. Deleuze, CNRGH - Institut François Jacob (CEA - Paris-Saclay)
    P.Tambourin, Genopole

    Speakers :
    J. Beckmann, Swiss institute of Bioinformatics
    J. Béranger, Founder of ADEL label and associate scientist Inserm U1027
    A. Durr, coordinator of the reference centre for rare diseases-neurogenetics, ICM and Université Pierre et Marie Curie (tbc)
    Y. Levy, Chairman and CEO of Inserm and Chairman of Aviesan

  • 06.07

    20:00 - 21:30
    Dinner

  • 07.07


    DAY 4 : Metagenomics applied to human diseases

    Schedule will be precised in April

    Strategies for exploring microbiota
    Speakers :
    M. Almeida, University of Maryland
    Use of marker genes tools for detection of known and unknown micro-organisms in whole genome human intestinal tract metagenomic samples.

    S. Cruveiller, A. Josso, J. Beghain, Genoscope CEA
    Case study : PathoTRACK project - bioinformatics strategies for the study of microbial communities in the scope of human health

    T. Treangen, University of Maryland

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