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William Stafford Noble Jul 24
I have postdoctoral positions in machine learning and genomics/proteomics available in my lab. Come find me if you are at
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Iman Hajirasouliha Jul 22
Advantage of long reads. A slide featuring three friends and collaborators ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and ⁦
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John A Guerra Gómez Jul 22
Here are the most influential accounts , if you are into Computational Biology you might want to follow them 👉 Interact with it: 👈 I'm attending for , so I thought of running it 🤷🏼‍♂️
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Judith Zaugg Jul 22
Postdoc opportunities in our group if you are interested in regulatory genomics and at feel free to talk to me! I'll be in the RegSys session today and tomorrow
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Alessio Milanese Jul 22
I'm presenting a poster about taxonomic profiling of metagenomic samples with mOTUs2, today at (poster L-18, at 18:00). More info at: website: paper:
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Lucia Peixoto Jul 23
I’m proud to announce that as of yesterday I’m the chair of the Equity Diversity and Inclusion committee of together with Bonnie Berger. Come to hear about the CoC and more at 12:45 Boston 1/2 ground floor
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Bastian Rieck Jul 25
Replying to @Pseudomanifold
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AnaConesa Jul 22
"Two random E.coli genomes will contain ONY 60% common genes" Zam Iqbal says at . Interesting....
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Arjun Krishnan Feb 7
Folks, you can now submit abstracts for talks/posters at the . Do join us in Switzerland (in July!) to indulge in all things computational biology!
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Tazro Inutano Ohta Jul 25
Today I have one more LT! Yey! Slides are here:
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David Mas-Ponte Jul 22
. presenting at now. CI, test datasets and containers. Great combination to get the most of 👏🏻
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Malvika Sharan Jul 22
I am working on my presentation for and curious to know how you as an enthusiast/expert finish this sentence: "Open Science by default doesn't mean..." !!
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Elyas Heidari Jul 24
Interested in single-cell RNA seq. data and its methods? Come and see scGCN poster in Cell type identification in single-cell RNA sequencing based on gene interaction networks , , (S-50, Wednesday July 24rd @ 6:00PM)
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SysMod Feb 7
Call for Abstracts: Submit your work about systems biology before April 11th to COSI SysMod (on July 22nd) as part of ISMB/ECCB 2019 in Basel, Switzerland here:
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Ángeles Arzalluz-Luque 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 25
To end , I got to present my work on isoform co-expression using single-cell RNAseq data at the . Thrilled to have given my first talk at an international conference -and looking forward to trying out new ideas gathered after these 4 days 💪
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Salva Casaní Jul 24
For talk in iscb{ Do: -Present problem -Algorithms that currently tackle the problem - if machine learning {we show k-fold cross validation} -else if bayesian network {AUC shows improvement in the diagnosis/detection} }
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Marc RobinsonRechavi Jul 21
We need to talk about this hashtag issue It’s people
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Conesa Lab Jul 22
Don't miss at today's poster session (POSTER H-04) presenting his work on combining text-mining and biological databases for pathway reconstruction.
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Devon Ryan Jul 24
“Doctors aren’t stupid and AI isn’t magic.” Words to live by from Barbara Engelhardt
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David S.M. Lee Jul 26
Happy to have finished my first intl' conference () and shared my time in Basel with these other awesome people of the BioCiphers Lab! Feeling exhausted, stimulated, and full of sausage. 😴😴
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