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BioNetVisA 2016 workshop

From biological network reconstruction to data visualization and analysis in molecular biology and medicine

 

4 September 2016

World Forum Convention Centre

Room: Oceania Foyer

Churchillplein 10
2517 JW The Hague
The Netherlands

 


Downloads

Program and abstracts booklet 2016                  Presentation slides 2016


This year BioNetVisA and LogicBio workshops have been fused. The speakers of the Session 3 entitled ÔModelling of biological networksÕ were selected from the abstracts submitted to the LogicBio workshop.

 

Organizers and program co-chairs of LogicBio workshop:

Laurence Calzone (Institut Curie, Paris, Fance)

Pedro T. Monteiro (INESC-ID, Lisbon, Portugal)

 

Visit https://logicbio.sciencesconf.org for full list of the organizing committee members and details on the LogicBio workshop.


 

BioNetVisA Motivation

 

BioNetVisA workshop brings together different actors of network biology from database providers, networks creators, computational biologists, biotech companies involved in data analysis and modeling to experimental biologists, clinicians that use systems biology approaches. The participants are exposed to the different paradigms of network biology and the latest achievements in the field.

 


The goal of BioNetVisA workshop is to build a discussion around various approaches for biological knowledge formalisation, data integration and analysis; compatibility between different methods and biological networks resources available the field; applicability for concrete research and clinical projects depending on scientific question and type of high-throughput data.

 

The BioNetVisA workshop aims at identifying bottlenecks and proposing short- and long-term objectives for the community as discussing questions about accessibility of available tools for wide range of user in every-day standalone application in biological and clinical labs. In addition, the possibilities for collective efforts by academic researchers, clinicians, biotech companies and future development directions in the field will be discussed during the round table panel.


BioNetVisA Program

 

Session 1

Development of biological network databases and platforms

Chair: Robin Haw (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada)

 

09.00-09.25

Comprehensive representation of disease mechanisms

Abstract

Alexander Mazein (European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine, Lyon, France)

09.25-09.40

Reactome: a curated knowledgebase of biomolecular pathways

Abstract

Antonio Fabregat  (EMBL_EBI, Germany)

09.40-09.55

Computational reconstruction of NFkB pathway interaction mechanisms during prostate cancer

Abstract

Daniela Bšrnigen (Harvard University, Boston, USA)

09.55-10.10

LitPathExplorer: A visual tool for exploring literature-enriched pathway models

Abstract

Axel J. Soto (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK)

10.10-10.30

Posters flash presentations

Nicolas Alcaraz (University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark)

Markus List (University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark)

Anna Zhukova (Institut Pasteur CNRS – Paris, France)

smund Flobak (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

Martina Kutmon (BiGCaT, NUTRIM, Maastricht University, The Netherlands)

Martin Schaefer (The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Barcelona, Spain)

Adrien FaurŽ (Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi, Japan)

 

10.30-11.00 Posters and Coffee break (Foyer, ground floor)

 

11.00-11.40

Keynote lecture

A systems approach to immune inter-cellular communication: from a cell-centric view to the complexity of the tumor microenvironment

Abstract

Vassili Soumelis (Institut Curie, Paris, France)

 

Session 2

Data visualisation and analysis in the context of biological networks in research and medicine

Chair: Lodewyk Wessels (Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

 

11.40-12.05

Network-based approaches to defeat cancer: quantifying module activity

Abstract

Emmanuel Barillot (Institut Curie, Paris, France)

12.05-12.30

A refreshing look at Reactome Functional interation Network

Abstract

Robin Haw (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, Canada)

 

12.30-13.30 Lunch (Foyer, ground floor)

 

13.30-13.55

Metabolic Networks: Visual Analysis of Elementary Flux Modes

Abstract

Marie Beurton-Aimar (UniversitŽ Bordeaux 1, Bordeaux, France)

13.55-14.35

Keynote lecture

Integrative network-based analysis for subtyping and cancer driver identification

Abstract

Kathleen Marchal (Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium)

 

14.35-15.30 Posters and Coffee break (Foyer, ground floor)

 

Session3

Modelling of biological networks

Chair: Marie Beurton-Aimar (UniversitŽ Bordeaux 1, Bordeaux, France)

 

15.30-15.45

In silico knockout experiments based on Petri net models

            Abstract

Jennifer Scheidel (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

15.45-16.00

Modelling of T cell co-inhibitory pathways to predict anti-tumour responses to checkpoint inhibitors

Abstract

CŽline Hernandez (IBENS, Paris, France)

16.00-16.15

Constructing and analyzing disease-specific or developmental stage-specific transcription factor and miRNA co-regulatory networks

Abstract

Maryam Nazarieh (Saarland University, CBI, Saarbrucken, Germany)

16.15-16.30

Predictive logical modelling of TLR5 and TCR cooperation for CD4 T cell activation

Abstract

Otoniel Rodr’guez-Jorge (CIDC, Mexico and IBENS, Paris, France)

16.30-16.55

Logic models to predict continuous outputs based on binary inputs with an application to personalized cancer therapy

Abstract       

Theo Knijnenburg (Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, USA)


BioNetVisA Registration

 

The registration has to be performed via ECCB website


BioNetVisA Organising Committee

 

Inna Kuperstein (Institut Curie, France)

Emmanuel Barillot (Institut Curie, France)

Andrei Zinovyev (Institut Curie, France)

Hiroaki Kitano (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences, Japan)

Minoru Kanehisa (Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japan)

Samik Ghosh (Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo, Japan)

Nicolas Le Novre (Babraham Institute, UK)

Robin Haw (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Canada)

Alfonso Valencia (Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute, Madrid, Stain)

Lodewyk Wessels (Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

 


Link to BIoNetVisA 2014

Link to BIoNetVisA 2015


Downloads

Program and abstracts booklet 2014               Presentations 2014

Program and abstracts booklet 2015               Presentations 2015


Contact us

bionetvisa@curie.fr


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