Activities in StarOmics are divided in three basic categories:
- Scientific knowledge (K): scientific seminar series, workshops for improvement of scientific knowledge, topic groups, national and international congresses.
- Methodological improvement (M): workshops and courses on specific methods, scientific exchanges to learn new methods.
- Acquisition and reinforcement of skills (S): courses/workshops for reinforcement of expertise (scientific writing, scientific presentation, developing a grant proposal,..).
Activities are primarily for PhD students belonging to StarOmics. If there are places available, master students, PhD students, postdocs and academics can attend for free but traveling/accommodation expenses cannot be reimbursed.
|Population Genomics in R||University of Lausanne, Biophore Building, Amphitheater||
|1471816800 22-26 August 2016||0 / 40|
|Biochemical Pathways and Large Scale Metabolic Networks||University of Lausanne, Genopode building, classroom 2020||
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.
|1472421600 29 August - 2 September 2016||18 / 30|
|K||SKMB Meeting 2016||UNIL, Amphipôle C||
Leemor Joshua-Tor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, USA
|1473199200 7 September 2016||79 / 200|
|K||Villars Symposium 2016 – «NON-coding RNAs: function and evolution»||Villars-sur-Ollon, Eurotel Victoria||
Dr. Ana Eulalio, Univerity of Würzburg (DE)
|1473631200 12-14 September 2016||0 / 50|
|K||2016 International Symposium on Chemical Biology||Campus Biotech, Geneva||
Prof. Ben Cravatt, Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla
|1452639600 13-15 January 2016||3 / 300|
|K||Lausanne Genomics Days 2016||University of Lausanne, Génopode, Auditorium C||
Thursday 18 February
|1455750000 18-19 February 2016||113 / 180|
|S||Career Compass Workshop: Design your career path by identifying and connecting to what matters to you||UNIL, Amphipôle 338||
Dr. Donatella Canella, Co-active Life and Transition Coaching, Adliswil
|1456441200 26 February + 1st April 2016 (both dates make a whole)||18 / 20|
|K||Exploring common and rare disease genetics with GWAS and NGS||UNIL, Génopode, Aud. 2020||
Brian Stevenson (SIB/Vital-IT), Zoltan Kutalik (SIB/Statistical Genetics), Sylvain Pradervand (SIB/Vital-IT)
|1461535200 25-27 April 2016||18 / 30|
|K||BEFRI Genomics Day 2016||University of Fribourg, rue Albert-Gockel 3, PER04 Biology Building, Auditorium O.110||
Prof. Gilbert Greub, CHUV, Lausanne
|1461880800 29 April 2016||55 / 150|
|Joint Spring School «Bioinformatics and Population Genomics»||Loèche-les-Bains (Leukerbad), VS||
Emilia Huerta Sánchez, University of California, Merced (USA)Ludovic Orlando, University of Copenhagen (DK) Yannick Wurm, Queen Mary University, London (UK) Marc Robinson-Rechavi, University of Lausanne (CH) Bart Deplancke, EPFL, Lausanne (CH) Stephan Schiffels, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena (DE) Laurent Excoffier, University of Bern (CH) Philine Feulner, EAWAG Beth Shapiro, University of California, Santa Cruz
|1464472800 May 29 to June 2, 2016||33 / 30|
|S||Making the most out of my research - Patents, licenses and other things I cannot afford to ignore||Centre Löwenberg, Morat/Murten||1465164000 6-7 June 2016||1 / 3|
|M||An introduction to R||University of Lausanne||
Prof. Jérôme Goudet, University of Lausanne (CH)
|1465164000 6-9 June 2016||0 / 30|