Meetings

Bridge Meetings 2015

From 2015 the NGS Meetings are merged with the Bridge meetings. Hence, each Bridge-meeting will combine a biological presentation and a bioinformatics presentation or a combination of both. The Bridge meeting is organized under the auspices of MolMed and will be chaired by Arne IJpma, dept. of Bioinformatics or Harmen van de Werken, Cancer Computational Biology Center. The session 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 for use within the Erasmus MC. If you wish to share it outside the Erasmus MC, please contact the speaker concerned directly.


11:00-12:30
Date
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13-01-2015Harmen van de WerkenCancer Computational Biology CenterOmics and Bioinformatics at the Erasmus MC: an OverviewAE-406Download
Kasper DerksDepartment of GeneticsDeciphering the RNA landscape by RNAome sequencingAE-406Download
10-02-2015André UitterlindenDepartment of Internal MedicineHuGe-F: Genomics Facility and Research; Who are we and what do we do?

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Joyce van MeursDepartment of Internal MedicineHuGe-F: Genomics Facility and Research; Integrative Genomics

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Andrew StubbsDepartment of BioinformaticsThe Bioinformatics of Translational Research

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10-03-2015Parham SolaimaniCenter for BiomicsLess is more: identifying the genetic program of in vivo hematopoietic stem cell generation

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Wilfred van IJckenCenter for BiomicsSingle cell transcriptomics

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René BöttcherDepartment of UrologyDiscovery and characterisation of novel prostate cancer-specific transcripts using high-throughput methods

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14-04-2015Duco Schriemer & William ChengDepartment of Clinical GeneticsFunctional analysis of genes carrying de novo mutations in 24 sporadic Hirschsprung cases revealed 7 unexpected genes relevant to ENS development

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John MartensDepartment of Medical Oncology

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12-05-2015Frank GrosveldDepartment of Cell BiologyTranscription factors and the 3D architecture of the genome.AE-406Download
Theo LuiderLaboratory Neuro-Oncology/Clinical & Cancer PathologyAntibody sequencing by mass spectrometry, clinical applicationsAE-406Download
09-06-2015Joost GribnauDepartment of Reproduction and DevelopmentLIMseq, a novel assay for genome wide DNA methylation profilingAE-406N/A
13-10-2015Judith BoerDepartment of Pediatric OncologyIntegrated genomics to characterize BCR-ABL1-like acute lymphoblastic leukemia in childrenAE-406N/A
Mathijs SandersDepartment of HematologyMolecular breakdown of AML with EVI1 overexpression: integrated approaches and statistical analyseAE-406N/A
10-11-2015John HaysDepartment of Medical Microbiology and Infection ControlThe TAILORED-Treatment ProjectAE-406N/A
Maarten FornerodDepartments of Pediatric Oncology and BiochemistryCharacterizing the genomic landscape of non-Down Syndrome acute megakaryoblastic leukemiaAE-406N/A
08-12-2015Winand DinjensMolecular DiagnosticsSensitive and Specific Detection of Chromosomal Imbalances by Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs): Diagnostic Testing of 1p/19q Co-Deletion in Gliomas

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Jeroen DemmersProteomics CenterA dynamic picture of the ubiquitinome upon proteasome inactivation

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