Meetings

Bridge Meetings 2017

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 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
Date
Speaker Affiliation Title Location Download
10-01-2017Pim FrenchDepartment of Neurology/Cancer Therapy and Screening Facility (CTSF)High content image analysis of EGFR mutation constructsAE-406N/A
Elena RanguelovaNetherlands eScience CenterComputer Vision at NLeSc

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AE-406N/A
14-02-2017Joyce van MeursGenetic Lab, HuGe-F genomics core facility & Department of Internal MedicineFrom molecular clocks to prediction of biological age: applying “omics” in human aging &
An update on the Erasmus MC genomics core facility
Ae-406N/A
Gaby van DijkGenetic Lab, HuGe-F genomics core facility & Department of Internal MedicineThe GSA: a large-scale global SNP array projectAe-406N/A
14-03-2017Wilfred van IjckenCenter for BiomicsReal Single Cell and Long Read sequencing: updates on new technologyAe-406N/A
11-04-2017Olivier CoutureInstitut Langevin (CNRS, INSERM, ESPCI), ParisUltrasound super-resolution, Ultrafast acoustic imaging, Ultrasound-induced Drug delivery, SonoporationAe-406N/A
09-05-2017Igna ReijndersDepartment of Obstetrics and GynaecologyNon-invasive biomarkers for preconceptional and first-trimester utero(placental) vascularization: new opportunities of three-dimensional ultrasound power Doppler and Virtual Reality

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Ae-406N/A
Klazina KooimanDepartment of CardiologyTherapeutic microbubbles for vascular drug delivery and bacterial killing

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Ae-406N/A
Andrey GrigorievDepartment of Biology, Center for Computational and Integrative Biology, Rutgers University, Camden, USANew fragments of old molecules

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AE-406N/A
13-06-2017Harmen van de WerkenCancer Computational Biology Center (CCBC)Small chromosomal regions position themselves autonomously according to their chromatin class.

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Ae-406N/A
Max van MinCergentis, Utrecht, the Netherlands.The Targeted Locus Amplification (TLA) Technology and targeted complete NGS sequencing and haplotyping of genes, oncogenes & transgenes

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Ae-406N/A
12-09-2017Peter de KeizerDepartment of Molecular GeneticsTargeted Apoptosis of Senescent Cells Restores Tissue Homeostasis in Response to Chemotoxicity and Aging

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Ae-406N/A
Miriam TeeuwsenDepartment of PathologyCD44highEpCAMlow cancer stem cells: the culprit of liver metastasis in colon cancer?

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Ae-406N/A
10-10-2017Astrid HeikemaDepartment of Medical Microbiology and Infection ControlExperiences with Nanopore sequencing: Pros, cons and challengesAe-406N/A
John HaysDepartment of Medical Microbiology and Infection ControlNanopore sequencingAe-406N/A
12-12-2017Sjaak PhilipsenDepartment of Cell BiologyDissecting the role of Sp1 and Sp3 transcription factors in lymphoid cells using integrated analysis of ATAC-seq and RNA-seq data

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AE-406N/A
Eskeatnaf MulugetaDepartment of Cell BiologyAe-406N/A


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