11th Swedish Bioinformatics Workshop
for PhD students and Postdocs
29–30 September 2011.
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Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics and Dept. of Biology, Lund University

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Programme for SBW2011

Programme for the 11th Annual Swedish Bioinformatics Workshop for PhD Students and Postdocs at Lund University, September 29-30, 2011.

Thursday 29 September
09.00-10.00 Registration & poster setup
Physics lecture hall A, Sölvegatan 14
10.00-12.30 Morning session. Chair: Carl Troein
10.00-10.10 Opening remarks
10.10-11.10 Keynote talk
Richard Bonneau, New York University
Learning hematopoetic differentiation networks in human and mouse integrated data-sets
with focus on Th17 differentiation and function
11.10-11.30 Coffee/tea break
11.30-11.50 Short talk
Erica Manesso
Dynamics inside the hematopoietic hierarchy in adult mice
11.50-12.10 Short talk
Dirk Repsilber
Biosignatures from blood: disentangling patterns and cell types in heterogeneous tissue
12.10-12.30 Short talk
Christof Winter
Improving outcome prediction for cancer patients by network-based ranking of marker genes
12.30-14.30 Lunch
Restaurant Ideon, Ole Römers väg 16
14.30-18.00 Afternoon session. Chair: Karl Fogelmark
14.30-15.30 Talk
Dag Ahrén
How to kill a nematode: a fungal genomics perspective
15.30-15.50 Coffee/tea break
15.50-16.10 Short talk
Fredrik Boulund
A computational pipeline employing hidden Markov models for the identification of novel antibiotic resistance genes
16.10-16.30 Short talk
Anna Johnning
The genome of an extensively drug-resistance bacterium
16.30-16.50 Short talk
Daniel Larsson
Initial stages of viral capsid dissolution studied by molecular simulations
16.50-18.00 Poster session
Lobby outside Lecture hall A
19.00- Workshop dinner
Restaurant Brogatan at Lundia, Knut den Stores torg 2

Friday 30 September
09.30-12.30 Morning session. Chair: Stefan Wallin
09.30-10.30 Keynote talk
Peter Swain, University of Edinburgh
Modelling and measuring stochastic gene expression
10.30-10.50 Short talk
Iskra Staneva
It works in theory: the binding of peptides to PDZ domains
10.50-11.10 Coffee/tea break
11.10-11.30 Short talk
Sebastian Rämisch
Computational design of self-assembling leucine-rich repeat proteins
11.30-11.50 Short talk
Yasser Gaber
Molecular modeling as a rational design tool of an esterase
11.50-12.10 Short talk
Olena Ishchuk
Parallel evolution in yeast
12.10-12.30 Short talk
Henk-Jan Joosten
3DM protein engineering superfamily databases
12.30-12.35 Closing remarks