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Program

8h30
Accueil
9h00
Introduction
9h15
Keynote lecture
From Genomics to Therapeutics : dissecting disease circuitry at single-cell resolution
Manolis Kellis, MIT Computational Biology Group
10h00
Session 1 
Session 1. Technical and technological challenges in the treatment of genomic, medical and other data

1- Health data - Emmanuelle Génin, Inserm
2- Ecologic and agronomic and metagenomic data - Christophe Ambroise, Évry Mathematics and Modeling Laboratory (LaMME)

11h00
Break
11h30
Session 2 
Session 2. Exploring the non-coding genome

1- Exploring epigenetics data - Hélène Jammes, Epigenetics Mechanisms and Construction - Phenotype Prediction - Inra
2- Prediction of non-coding RNA - Fariza Tahi, Informatics, Bioinformatics and Complex Systems Laboratory (IBISC) – University of Évry/Genopole

12h15
Teaser for the exhibit booths :
- Review of the Horizon 2020 call on the topic

- Presentation of start-ups/businesses
12h40
Lunch and visits to start-ups’ and partners’ booths
14h00
Session 3 
Reasoning, representation-structuration of knowledge – ontology

Serge Abiteboul, Inria-ENS

14h30
Session 4 
Artificial intelligence for genomics 

1- What’s happening in this field ?
- Florence d’Alché-Buc, Télécom ParisTech
2- Learning and deep-learning - Blaise Hanczar, Ibisc, University of Évry/Genopole

15h15
Pause
15h45
Session 5 
An industrial point of view 

1- Artificial intelligence and pharma - Servier
2- Genomic selection - Nicolas Heslot, Limagrain Field Seeds

16h45
Session 6 
Roundtable : Ethical and societal issues

Christine Balagué, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School
Mélanie Clément-Fontaine, Université Versailles St Quentin
Serge Abiteboul, Inria-ENS

17h15
Conclusion
Integrative bioinformatics, European and international initiatives, global vision Antoine Danchin, CNRS
17h45
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