Open Abstract call
Close Early Abstract and Fellowships*
Communication of Acceptance
Close Early Inscription
Close late abstract
Communication of Late Acceptance
Close late inscriptions On site inscription will remain possible
*Fellowships criteria: Only open for PhD students working in Argentina and only upon acceptance of abstract. Additional criteria are. The amount of the fellowship will depend on the number of accepted requests and
**There will NOT be a delay for the early abstracts and fellowships. Late abstract acceptance will depend on the workplace and funding state of the research group. We will try to accept abstracts prior to the closure of the early inscription.
The National Fishing School Commander Luis Piedra Buena, is today an institution specialized in the training and training of crew of fishing vessels, in the middle and upper levels, inserted in a productive sector very important for the national economy, for its export capacity and creator of employment.
It began operations in Mar del Plata on March 26, 1973, taught in the first year of life a single course: Coastal Fisheries pattern.
Course 1: Browser workshop: An Introduction to browsing genes and genomes with the Ensembl genome browser. Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, UK
Course 2: Analyzing intrinsically disordered proteins using MobiDB. Lisanna Paladin and Silvio Tosatto, University of Padova, Italy.
Course 3: REST API workshop: An Introduction to accessing data from Ensembl programmatically using the REST API. Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, UK
- Course 4 is organized Wednesday afternoon
- All courses require inscription
Nanopore sequencing, an introduction. Tomás de Domenico, CNIO, Spain.
Multiplex long read sequencing: third generation DNA sequencers as a shared resource. Joaquin Ezpeleta, CIFASIS-CONICET-UNR.
Low Coverage Large Scale Genotyping. Marcel Brun, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, USA.
Course 5: Analysis of MinION case studies ( Inscription required )
Effective Diagnosis of Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDDs) by Next Generation Sequencing and Computational Analysis. Emanuela Leonardi, University of Padova, Italy.
Bioinformatics and Precision Medicine: an NGS approach to the diagnostic of rare diseases. Jonathan Zaiat, IQUIBICEN-CONICET-UBA.
Disease related and neutral variants in human proteins in ordered, disordered and order-disorder transition regions. Martin Salas, UNQ.
Functional connectivity signatures of classic psychedelics and entactogen psychedelics. Carla Pallavicini, FLENI, UBA.
Variant Annotation with the Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor (VEP). Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, UK.
Pervasive translation and de novo gene birth. Mar Albà Soler, IMIM, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
Viral phylodynamics: an integrative approach for studying viral evolution. Carolina Torres, CONICET - UBA.
Bioinformatics training and outreach in Ensembl. Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, UK.
Capacity building for Bioinformatics in Latin America: CABANA, an overview. Carlos Modenutti, IQUIBICEN-CONICET-UBA.
Bioinformatics goes to school (again): A way to rethink the teaching of biology. Ana Julia Velez Rueda, UNQ.
The role of structural disorder in protein degradation in vitro and in vivo. Peter Tompa, VIB-VUB Center of Structural Biology, Belgium.
Understanding the functional role of the unstructured proteome. Norman Davey, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Computational resources for the study of intrinsically disordered proteins. Silvio Tosatto, University of Padova, Italy.
Round Table Disordered Proteins
Course 4: Bioinformatics tools directed at disease diagnostics and the discovery of novel drugs. Carlos Modenutti, IQUIBICEN-CONICET-UBA.
Poster Session 1
Title to be announced, Luis Morelli, IBIOBA – MPSP, Buenos Aires.
Synthetic microbial consortia enable rapid assembly of pure multi-protein translation machinery. Fernando Villarreal, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP.
Insights into the biogenesis and function of the piRNA pathway throught 16 strains of mice. Tomás di Domenico, CNIO, Spain.
GENis, an open-source multi-tier forensic information system. Ariel Chernomoretz, Fundación Instituto Leloir – UBA.
How structural bioinformatics can contribute to our understanding and definition of protein function. Marcelo Martí, IQUIBICEN-CONICET-UBA.
FINITE DIMENSION: a Mathematical Tool to Analyse Glycans. Juan Manuel Alonso, IMASL-UNSL.
Characterization of conformational changes in oligomeric proteins. Nahuel Escobedo, UNQ.
DNA linear motif classes, how many? how different? Ariel Aptekmann. QB - FCEN – UBA.
MHC-peptide deconvolution of multi-allelic Mass Spectrometry data using Neural Networks. Bruno Alvarez, IIB-INTECH.
Poster session 2
We invite all participants of 9CAB2C 2018 to submit an abstract for oral and/or poster presentation. All abstracts will be evaluated based on scientific relevance.
Abstracts presented before August 17 will for sure be evaluated before 14 of September. Evaluation of abstracts presented later cannot be guaranteed for 14 of September. Note that the early inscription closes September 28!
Fellowships are meant for PhD students performing their thesis work in Argentina. The flelowship request is, however, to be made by the principal investigator. This will give us a good insight in the demand and allows us to provide fellowships based on group-size and trevel distance to Mar del Plata
Please, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org providing the following information: Total number of participans from your group (including staff and Postdocs), your location and your operative funding
Deadline for fellowship application is September 28
Dr Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, United Kingdom.
Lisanna Paladin and Dr Silvio Tosatto, University of Padova, Italy.
Dr Ben Moore, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, United Kingdom.
Dr. Carlos Modenutti, Dr. Adrian Turjanski, Dr. Marcelo Martí, IQUIBICEN, University of Buenos Aires.