International Workshop on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology 2016

International Workshop on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology


Information for Poster Presenters

* Poster Panel size: Width: 84 cm (33 inch), Height: 175 cm (69 inch)

* An A0-size poster (84 cm x 119 cm) can be pinned to the board.

* Pins are available on site.

* Install Posters: 12:00 on Monday August 8 (Day 1) before the odds number poster session

* Remove Posters: 14:00 on Wednesday August 10 (Day 3) after the even number poster session

List of Posters

No. Title Author(s)
1Elucidating the impact of upstream open reading frames on translational regulation abstractEkaterina Eroshok
2Pattern Synthesis in a 3D Agent-Based Model of Stem Cell DifferentiationDemarcus Briers
3Predicting Pathway Activity and Drug Response in Breast CancerDavid Jenkins
4Statistical method for comprehensive analysis of HLA class I and II genesShuto Hayashi
5Modelling excitation contraction coupling of a rabbit myocyte abstractJanine Vierheller
6Minimal model of phototrophic growth: understanding resource allocation in cyanobacteria abstractMarjan Faizi
7Integrated Multiregional Analysis Proposing a New Model of Colorectal Cancer EvolutionAtsushi Niida
8Self-Contained Antibody Repertoire AnalysisKatherine Norwood
9Fetal Hemoglobin Regulation in Sickle Cell AnemiaElmutaz Shaikho
10Novel brain-specific microRNA discovery using small RNA sequencing in post-mortem human brainChris Wake
11LBSizeCleav: improved support vector machine (SVM)-based prediction of Dicer cleavage sites using loop/bulge lengthYu Bao
12Gene networks from time series with spike-and-slab feature selection abstractEdgar Steiger
13Modelling the yeast cell cycle - as the model becomes parametrized abstractJulia Katharina Schlichting
14New Resistance Distances with Global Information on Large GraphsCanh Hao Nguyen
15Single Cell RNA-Sequencing Data Demonstrates Heterogeneity of Putative Primordial Lung ProgenitorsDevanshi Patel, Elizabeth Becker
16Identifying network topologies that conform with steady state data abstractTorsten Gross
17Meta-omics: a comparison of genomic and transciptomic analyses of gut microbiomesTyler Faits
18A bioinformatics approach for genotype-pheontype correlation in Breast CancerSohiya Yotsukura
19A novel method to predict fatty liver drugs in context of metabolic network abstractPriyanka Banerjee
20Unsupervised learning of heterogeneity in COPD airway gene expression suggests novel subtypes Eric Reed, David Bray
21A cell cycle control network of S. cerevisiae abstractUlrike Münzner
22The Lung Connectivity Map: characterizing tissue specific responses to compound perturbationSean Corbett
23Synthesizing Local Requirements for Global Patterns in Biological NetworksRachael Ivison
24Statistical approach for low allele frequent variant detection in exome sequence dataTakuya Moriyama
25in silico prediction of drug-induced phospholipidosis abstractHao Wang
26Causal influence in the linear response model abstractAndrea Auconi
27PDGFRβ is a novel marker of stromal activation in oral squamous cell carcinomasVinay Kartha
28Clustering Procedure to Identify Significant HLA-types Associated with Extreme Longevity while Accounting for Population StructureAnastasia Gurinovich
29Interplay of lipids and proteins in membrane domain formation abstractJohannes Eckstein
30Investigating TGF-β regulated cell proliferation decisions in single cells abstractGuoyu Wu
31Predicting Circadian Gene Expression in Neurospora crassaAlan Pacheco, Eli Draizen, Yuqing Zhang
32A spatially resolved RNA map for the Caenorhabditis elegans germline abstractAsija Diag
33Marginalization of high-order Markov model for DNA motif discoveryYuta Fukusako
34Using the Host Response as an Early Diagnostic for Ebola Virus DiseaseEmily Speranza
35Dynamical modelling of DNA damage-dependent NF-kB activation abstractFabian Konrath
36Feedback loops of the mammalian circadian clock constitute repressilator abstractJan Patrick Pett
37Modelling the impact of double X-dosage on signalling pathways implicated in pluripotency abstractZeba Sultana
38Simulated Ecology with COMETSDemetrius DiMucci

Sponsored by

  1. Humboldt University Berlin
  2. Boston University
  3. Grants-in-AId for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT Japan (Area Code: 4701) “Systems Cancer Research In Neo-dimension”

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