Systems Biology Workshop 2014
Saint-Petersburg, May 15-18, 2014
The practical course in computational/systems biology is focused on the cross-over from bioinformatics to insights into the underlying biology and corresponding experimental design. We will consider major approaches to generation of systems level data, focusing on epigenetic profiling/ChipSeq, RNA-sequencing and gene expression analysis, exome sequencing and metabolic profiling. The workshop will be structured such that the first part of each day will be devoted to theoretical concepts and the second half will focus on their practical applications. The working language of the workshop will be Russian.
Day 1: Introduction to sequencing. RNA-seq & Gene expression analysis.
Day 2: Medical and Population Genetics.
Day 3: Transcriptional and epigenetic regulation.
Day 4: Network based data integration. Introduction into metabolomics.
Maxim Artyomov (PhD), Washington University in St. Louis
Alexander Predeus (PhD), Washington University in St. Louis
Pavel Fedotov, ITMO University
Alexey Sergushichev, ITMO University
All participants are supposed to pay registration fees.
We are glad to announce that we have reduced the registration fees thanks to financial support from ITMO University. Additionally, up to five grants covering the registration fees for students and PhD students will be offered as an award for outstanding applications. The grants are provided on a competitive basis. Registration fees cover workshop materials, lunches, farewell dinner and coffee breaks. Unfortunately, no funding can be provided for traveling and accommodation from the Local Organizers.
NB! Students and alumni of Bioinformatics Institute and Moscow Bioinformatics School can pay the registration fee as “student”.
How to apply
Application is closed. List of participants
To participate in the workshop please fill in the application form by March 15, 2014. Number of participants is limited to 25 persons.