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Programme NBIC Conference 2008

Programme: 5 March 2008

09:30 - 10:00 Opening by Prof. dr. Antoine van Kampen (Scientific director NBIC)
  BioRange Consortium Meeting 2008
10:00 - 10:50 Keynote speaker: Prof. dr. Carole Goble
  Information Management Group, University of Manchester, UK
  Title: ' The Seven Deadly Sins of Bioinformatics'
  Research group - myGrid
11:20 - 12:40 Theme: Gene expression, chair: Perry Moerland
  Martin van Vliet, Delft University of Technology / Netherlands Cancer Institute
  Pooling breast cancer datasets has a synergetic effect on.....
  Marcel van Batenburg, Academic Medical Center Amsterdam
  Tissue-preferential ridges
  Philip Kensche, CMBI, University Medical Centre St. Radboud Nijmegen
  Conservation of gene orientation in fungi
  Yanju Zhang, LIACS, Leiden University
  Screen of MicroRNA Targets in Zebrafish Using Heterogeneous Data...
14:00 - 15:00 Theme: Genomics, chair: Jacques Leunissen
  Victor Guryev, Hubrecht Institute
  Copy-number variation in genomes of laboratory rat strains...
  Fabrice Colas, LIACS, Leiden University
  A KDD Scenario for Complex Osteo Arthritis Subtypes
  Identification from Severity Scores
  Martin Oti, CMBI, University Medical Centre St. Radboud, Nijmegen
  Clustering the OMIM and POSSUM disease phenotype data
15:00 - 15:40 Theme: BioAssist
  Miaomiao Zhou, CMBI, University Medical Centre St. Radboud, Nijmegen
  LocateP: Genome-scale subcellular-location predictor for bacterial..
  Margriet Hendriks, University Medical Centre Utrecht
  Netherlands Metabolomics Centre data processing support platform
16:10 - 18:00 3 parallel workshops:
  - Workshop 1: Workflow management: Taverna
  - Workshop 2: Valorisation: usability and exploitation
  - Workshop 3: Speed Reading

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Programme: 6 March 2008

09:00 - 09:50 Keynote speaker: Dr. Christian Conrad
  EMBL, Heidelberg
  Title: 'Automatic screening in genome wide RNAi live cell-based assays'
  Abstract - Research
09:50 - 10:30 Theme: Computational Biology, chair: Gert Vriend
  Sander Nabuurs, CMBI, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen/
  It's good to be flexible - considering protein flexibility in structure based
  drug design
  Daan van Schalkwijk, TNO Quality of Life / LACDR
  Particle Profiler: Development of a Population Dynamics...
11:00 - 12:20 Theme: Metabolic Networks, chair: Hans van Beek
  Harmen Draisma, LACDR, Leiden University
  Similarities and differences in lipidomics profiles among...
  Yunlei Li, Delft University of Technology
  Metabolic pathway alignment between species using a
  comprehensive, flexible similarity measure
  Thomas Binsl, IBIVU, VU University Amsterdam
  FluxEs: A Framework for Metabolic Flux Estimation
  Richard Notebaart, CMBI, Radboud UMC, Nijmegen
  Co-regulation of metabolic genes is better explained by...
13:50 - 14:50 Theme: Protein Networks, chair: Marcel Reinders
  Jos Boekhorst, Utrecht University
  Overlap between phosphoproteomics datasets of eukaryotic...
  Patrick Kemmeren, Genomics Lab, University Medical Centre Utrecht
  An Accurate Physical Interactome Map of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  Herman van Haagen, Leiden Univesity Medical Centre
  Prediction of protein-protein interactions based on literature...
15:20 - 16:10 Keynote speaker: Dr. Piero Carninci
  RIKEN, Genome Science Laboratory, Japan
  Title: ' Transcriptome complexity analyzed by high-throughput
  sequencing analysis '
  Abstract - Research

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