Meetings

Bridge Meetings 2018

The Erasmus MC Bridge-meeting series bridges the gap between Biology, Technology and the Clinic. Each session combines one presentation on biology and one on bioinformatics/technology or a combination of both. The Bridge meeting is organized under the auspices of MolMed and will be chaired by Arne IJpma, dept. of Pathology, Unit Bioinformatics or Harmen van de Werken, Cancer Computational Biology Center. The meeting is organized each second Tuesday of the month and will start at 11.00 a.m. and will end around 12.30 p.m. Afterwards, we will serve our 'interactive’ lunch. After permission is granted by the the speaker, the presentation will be available for download from this intranet site. Please remember that these presentations are only meant within the Erasmus MC. If you wish to share it outside the Erasmus MC, please contact the speaker concerned directly.


11:00-12:30
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13-02-2018Ralph StadhoudersDepartment of Pulmonary MedicineChromosomal architecture is known to influence gene expression, yet its role in controlling cell fate remains poorly understood. Reprogramming of somatic cells into pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) by the transcription factors (TFs) OCT4, SOX2, KLF4 and

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Ae-406N/A
Ruben BoersDepartment of Developmental BiologyRetrospective analysis of gene expression

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Ae-406N/A
13-03-2018Ross KettleboroughTwist BioscienceSynthetic Biology, applications and future vision

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Ae-406N/A
10-04-2018 Joost VerlouwGenetic Lab, HuGe-F genomics core facility & Department of Internal MedicineNanopore sequence technology: opportunities & limitations

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Ae-406N/A
Wigard KloostermanDepartment of Medical Genetics, Center for Molecular Medicine, UMC UtrechtMapping and phasing of structural variations in human genomes using Nanopore sequencing

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Ae-406N/A
08-05-2018Robert KuhnGenomics Institute, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, USAThe UCSC Genome Browser display engine

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Ae-406N/A
11-09-2018Najaf AminDepartment of EpidemiologyRare sequence variants and common complex traits: the case of depression

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Ae-406N/A
Tjakko van HamDepartment of Clinical GeneticsDiagnosis and in vivo mechanisms of rare infantile genetic disorders using zebrafish

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Ae-406N/A
13-11-2018Gennady RoshchupkinDepartment of Radiology & Medical informaticsImaging genetics; overcoming high-dimensional barriersAe-321N/A
Alex HoischenDepartment of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical CenterMedical genetics: Identification of hidden structural variants with long-read sequencing

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Ae-321N/A
11-12-2018Athina VidakiDepartment of Genetic IdentificationEpigenetic fingerprinting: Monitoring environmental response from life & health sciences to forensic applications

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Ae-406N/A
Hendrik MarksDepartment of Molecular Biology, Radboud UniversityIntegrative proteomics reveals a protective role of PRC2 for the ground state pluripotent epigenome

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Ae-406N/A


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