Computational Genomics and Systems Biology Symposium 2020

3rd – 4th December 2020, Human Biology Building at NUIG

Computational Genomics & Systems Biology Symposium 2020

Welcome to the Symposium.

Click here for the schedule 2019.
Click here for the abstract book 2019.

The Speakers

The 2020 keynote speakers will be announced soon.

The 2019 keynote speakers are (click on titles to read the abstract):

Prof. Markus Aebi
(ETH Zürich)
The making of N-glycoproteins
Dr. Emma Davenport
(Wellcome Sanger Institute)
Using functional genomics to understand patient heterogeneity within disease and in response to treatment
Dr. Arthur Gilly
(Helmholtz Center, Munich)
Whole-genome sequencing and complex trait association studies
Dr. Quincey Justman
(Cell Systems)
Tightening the Loop with Theory: Precision Experiments
Dr. Tamás Korcsmáros
(Earlham Institute, Norwich)
Using multi-layered networks and multi-omics analysis for precision medicine studies in the gut
Prof. Ola Söderberg
(Uppsala University)
DNA-based molecular tools for monitoring cell signaling

The Computational Genomics & Systems Biology Symposium 2020 will be held at the Human Biology Building at the National University of Ireland, Galway on the 3rd and 4th of December 2020. It is organised by PhD students from University College Dublin and National University of Ireland, Galway.