Computational Biology Group at the Faculty of Mathematics,
Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw

EMS Autumn School on Computational Aspects of Gene Regulation

There will be two after-dinner poster sessions during the school. We would like to make it a good opportunity to present your ideas to your peers as well as more experienced researchers. We hope that the informal atmosphere of after-dinner sessions with wine and cheese will foster informal discussions.

Please prepare your posters so that they fit the poster boards 146cm wide and 117cm tall.

There will be an award for the best poster handed during the last dinner of the school.

Below you will find a list of accepted participants of the school in the order of registration. Odd-numbered posters will be presented on Tuesday and even-numbered posters on Thursday.

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# Name Affiliation Poster title
1 Paweł Bednarz University of Warsaw Predicting functional DNA elements from histone modifications
2 Marek Kochańczyk Institute of Fundamental Technology Research Spontaneous NF-κB Activation by Autocrine TNFα Signaling: A Computational Analysis
3 Julia Herman Iżycka University of Warsaw -
4 Jarosław Łukow University of Warsaw -
5 Rafal Jakubowski Nicolaus Copernicus University Genetic basis of neurodevelopmental disorders
6 Krisztian Buza University of Warsaw Improving ChIP-seq Analysis with an Assisted Genome Assembly Algorithm
7 Micaela Polay Espinoza CRCL, UMR Inserm 1052 - CNRS 5286, Lyon, France RNA helicases dynamically orchestrate transcription, microRNA and splicing programs in muscle differentiation
8 Shamba Sankar Mondal University of Warsaw -
9 Marzena Dołbniak Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice -
10 Christophe Chabbert European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany Dissecting the epigenetic basis of pervasive transcription using integrative genome-wide approaches
11 Tamas Schauer Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich Adolf Butenandt Institute Department of Physiological Chemistry CAST-ChIP Maps Cell-type-specific Chromatin States in the Drosophila Nervous System
12 Alina Frolova Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics of NASU Reverse engineering of gene regulatory networks
15 Jonathan Göke Genome Institute of Singapore SON connects the splicing-regulatory network with pluripotency in human embryonic stem cells
16 Joanna Giemza University of Warsaw -
17 Michał Woźniak University of Warsaw An approach to identifying drug resistance associated mutations in bacterial strains
18 Julian Zubek Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences Predicting protein-protein interactions using machine learning
19 Yaron Orenstein Tel-Aviv University Inferring binding site motifs from high-throughput in vitro data
20 Tayieb Zahir University of Warsaw -
21 Valentin Zulkower INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes Team IBIS Effects of glucose on the activity of genes subject to Carbon Catabolite Repression (CCR)
22 Benedikt Zacher Gene Center Munich Adding local orientation to Hidden Markov Model: Inferring strand-specific transcription stages from transcription factor occupancy maps
23 Irmina Walawska Jagiellonian University, Kraków -
24 Paulina Krawczyńska Jagiellonian University, Kraków -
25 Alexander Engelhardt Gene Center, Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich -
26 Piotr Wawrzyniak Jagiellonian University -
27 Ewa Matczyńska Jagiellonian University, Kraków -
28 Michał Mnich Jagiellonian University, Kraków -
29 Susanne Prokop Semmelweis University, Department of Medical Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Pathobiochemistry Analysis of the WFS1 gene promoter polymorphisms as putative risk factors of diabetes mellitus
30 Munteanu Alina-Cristina Faculty of Computer Science, Alexandru I. Cuza University of Iasi, Romania COUGER - a new framework for identifying co-factors associated with uniquely-bound genomic regions
31 Valeriia Dotsenko Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics NAS of Ukraine -
32 Wojciech Bensz Silesian University of Technology A stochastic model of the p53 ubiquitination system
33 Aleksandra Nowak University of Warsaw -
34 Asif Javed Genome Institute of Singapore A-STAR TBA
35 Aleksander Jankowski Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore General-purpose tool for predicting transcription factor dimers reveals a structural principle of transcriptional regulation
36 Qingsong Gao Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch Detecting misregulation of alternative splicing
37 Eneko Villanueva Verdejo University of Barcelona Codon bias as a control mechanism for adenoviral protein translation
38 Jakob Goldmann Human Genetics Department of Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmagen -
39 Konrad Dębski Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology Department of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory of Epileptogenesis Exploring miRNA and mRNA expression levels in epileptogenesis
41 Camille Berthelot EMBL-EBI Benchmarking ChIP-seq pipelines for non-ideal data
42 Réka Dénes Semmelweis University, Department of Medical Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Pathobiochemistry Aldehyde Dehydrogenase 2 polymorphism as putative genetic component of heroin addiction
43 Magdalena Malina Medical University Vienna, Center for Medical Statistics and Informatics Detection of epistatic effects with logic regression and a classical linear regression model
44 Magdalena Zarowiecki Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute The transcriptomic life of tapeworms
45 Aleksandra Pękowska EMBL Heidelberg Dynamic changes of the 3D chromatin interactome during cell differentiation
46 Husen Muhammad Umer Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala University, Sweden TFBSs to identify regulatory regions and TF-interaction networks
47 Joanna Mantorska SGGW -
48 Lorenzo Calviello Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin Understanding mRNA Localization to the ER
49 Maria Turant University of Warsaw -
50 Mahmoud Ibrahim Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology at the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine Approaches for Accurate Determination of Locations of Histone Modifications from ChIP-Seq Data
51 Alena van Bömmel Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Computational Molecular Biology Detection of cell-type-specific co-regulating transcription factors using predicted DNA-binding affinity on DNase hypersensitive sites
52 Niklas Mahler Department of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science Norwegian University of Life Sciences -
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Important details:

Dates:
Oct 13-19, 2013
Location:
Będlewo Palace
contact
Jerzy Tiuryn (tiuryn@mimuw.edu.pl)
Bartek Wilczyński (bartek@mimuw.edu.pl)
registration:
Closed

Funding sources

CZM Mathematical Center for Science and Technology of the Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences


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