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Conference session

→ The Genopole biocluster in the era of genomics and precision medicine
Jean-Marc GROGNET, CEO Genopole

→ Title To Be Confirmed (topic on monogenic diabetes)
Philippe FROGUEL, Professor, CHRU Lille and Imperial College, London

→ Title To Be Confirmed (topic on microbiome metagenomics in pathologic processes)
Hervé BLOTTIERE, Director of research, Institut MICALIS, Inra

→ Title To Be Confirmed (topic on bioinformatics applied to cancer genomics)
Andrei ZINOVYEV, coordinator of the "Computational Systems Biology of Cancer" team, Institut Curie Paris

→ Title to be confirmed (topic on data structure for genome representation)
Andre KAHLES, ETH Zurich, Biomedical Informatics Group

Participants session (session dedicated to the attendees, upon abstract submission)

Practical sessions

Fundamental coding and data science skills (Linux and R)
Victoria DOMINGUEZ DEL ANGEL, IFB

Generation and analysis of data
Valentin LOUX, INRA, Nicolas WIART CNRGH, CEA
→ First steps for data analysis on HPC facilities : Workflow for quality control, alignment and variant calling.

Variation in the human genome (SNPs, CNV...)
Vincent MEYER, Lilia MESROB and Florian SANDRON, CNRGH, CEA
→ Content on Whole Exome/Genome Sequencing as a strategy to identify the genetic bases of common Mendelian disorders and rare diseases.

Statistical methods (1)
Christophe AMBROISE, Université d’Evry-Val d’Essonne
Guillem RIGAILL, Inra Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne
→ 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
→ Statistical inference /hypothesis testing
→ Quantitative genetics

Strategies for metagenomics

Stéphane CRUVEILLER, Adrien JOSSO, Johann BEGHAIN, Genoscope, Institut François Jacob, CEA
→ PathoTRACK project : bioinformatics strategies for the study of microbial communities in the scope of human health