2018 Edition

June 25 - 29, 2018

The programme will cover statistical methodologies and bioinformatics tools used in genomics and metagenomics in the context of a comprehensive approach to pathological mechanisms.

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Conference session

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

→ From Monogenic Diabetes and Obesity to Genomic Medicine
Philippe FROGUEL, Professor, CHRU Lille and Imperial College, London

→ Human intestinal microbiota : structure, functions and implication in chronic diseases
Hervé BLOTTIERE, Director of research, Institut MICALIS, Inra

→ Visualizing multidimensional omics data by advanced dimension reduction and knowledge-based approaches
Andrei ZINOVYEV, coordinator of the "Computational Systems Biology of Cancer" team, Institut Curie Paris

→ Graph Data Structures for Population Genomics
Andre KAHLES, ETH Zurich, Biomedical Informatics Group

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

Practical sessions

Generation and analysis of data

→ "Workflow optimisation and data analysis on HPC facilities"

Valentin LOUX, INRA,
→ “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

Katarzyna HOOKS, Université de Bordeaux , CNRS UMR 5800,
→ bioinformatic tools for the study of microbial communities in the scope of human health
Andrei ZINOVYEV and Arnau MONTAGUD, Inserm U900-Institut Curie
→ Visualization of medical genomics data

Institute François JACOB of the CEA
French Institute of Bioinformatics
University of Evry-Val d’Essonne
French National Institute for Agricultural Research
The National Center for Scientific Research