Detailed information about the course
Biochemical Pathways and Large Scale Metabolic Networks
29 August - 2 September 2016
|Lang||Workshop language is English|
|Responsable de l'activité||
Dr Marco Pagni, SIB/UNIL
Kristian Axelsen & Thierry Lombardot, Swiss-Prot & Rhea, SIB: Public databases of metabolites, biochemical reactions and enzymes, web-based and programmatic accesses. Nathan Lewis, University of California San Diego & Andreas Dräger, University of Tübingen: Methods for proper metabolic network reconstruction using BiGG, Escher, and other tools to interact with genome-scale metabolic networks. Jörg Stelling, Computational Systems Biology/SIB & ETHZ: Hybrid Models of Metabolic Networks. Kathrin Fenner, EAWAG and Jörg Wicker, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz: EnviPath - database and prediction system for the microbial biotransformation of organic environmental contaminants. Marco Pagni, Van Du Tran & Sébastien Moretti, Vital-IT/SIB: The MetaNetX website for genome-scale metabolic network analysis and reconstruction. Usage of R software to analyze and exploit metabolic networks. Christophe Dessimoz, Computational Evolutionary Biology and Genomics, SIB & University of Lausanne: Orthology and Comparative Genomics.
This course and mini-symposium aim at guiding the participants in the complexities of biochemical pathway reconstruction with some emphasis on genome-scale metabolic networks.
University of Lausanne, Genopode building, classroom 2020
This course is open to everyone, but it is a rather advanced course with a broad scope and hence primarily aimed to PhD students or Postdocs in Biology or Bioinformatics with interest for Systems biology.
At the end of the course, participants should have a good knowledge or understanding of:
Knowledge / skills:
Free for members of the CUSO/StarOmics program. 200 CHF for academics. Others, please contact us.
Deadline for application and cancellation is set to the 15h of August. Cancellation after this date will not be reimbursed.
|Deadline for registration||22.08.2016|