Conférence ouverte aux génopolitains, sur inscription gratuite mais obligatoire

Titre : Using computers to understand microbial communities

Prof. Mihai POP, Department of Computer Science – Director, Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS), University of Maryland
Abstract : Microbes are everywhere. They inhabit virtually all ecosystems of our planet as well as the bodies of all living organisms. In humans, microbial communities are critical for health, and disruption of the normal microbiota have been associated with a number of diseases. Understanding our world’s microbial communities is, however, impossible without the help of advanced genomic technologies and sophisticated computational algorithms. In my talk I will describe how computers are used to analyze microbial communities, and will highlight some recent results from my lab.


Mercredi 26 juin, de 18:00h à 19:00
Campus Chateauform’Les Berges de Seine, Beaulieu Sainte Assise - 77240 Seine Port Tél. : +33 (0)1 77 84 5000

Coordonnées GPS : Latitude Nord 48° 537’ 15” Longitude Est 002° 555’ 68”
ou adresse à renseigner : (Localité) Seine Port 77240 (Rue) D39 ou (Rue) Route de Beaulieu
Gare RER D de Ponthierry-Pringy à 20 minutes à pied