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Current Research in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics
Seminars are presented on TUESDAYs at 13:30 in Ulmenstr. 69, Building 3 (Haus 3), Room 410(SR410). Seminars are a mix of presentations from PhD students and academic visitors. If you are willing to attend the research seminar from outside Rostock, please contact Faiz Khan (Tel.: 0381-498-7684; Email: faiz.khan2 [at] uni-rostock dot de) prior to the announced seminar.
Seminars in our group are structured into two types of talks:
Members and students of our research group present their work and the talk is strictly limited to 20 minute presentation plus 10 minute discussion. A typical structure for the presentation should follow the outline: What's the context? What's the question asked? Why is it exciting? What has been done? What are the results, conclusions and achievements.
The aim of this kind of talk is to stir up discussions about a topic of interest, not necessarily limited to a certain project. The talk is limited to 10 minutes only with up to 30 minutes for discussion and debate.
For more information concerned by the speakers, please see here.
Björn Anderson (Lübeck)
"Safe and Dynamic Networking in Operating Room and Hospital"
SYSTERACT: Systematic Rebuilding of Actinomycetes for Natural Product Formation
Prof. Julio Vera-González
A comprehensive network on macrophage regulations
Causality vs. correlation: how to infer stem cell decision making and gene regulation from time lapse microscopy data
Gene circuits modelling with KAPPA rule based language
Customized workflow development with Galaxy
Basics in layouting e-books with Adobe InDesign
Systems Biology of E2F Signalling in Tumor Progression and Metastasis
Dispositions in the Lifesciences
The Semantic Lancet Project: a Linked Open Dataset for Scholarly Publishing
Cyber-Physical-Systems - Characteristics Analysis
Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis to Reveal Structural DNA Variations
A Summary of the IdaMo Summer School
COLLAR - Current status of microarray gene expression analysis
Label-free analysis for high-throughput imaging flow cytometry using machine learning
Improve the visualization of differences between model versions.
Investigation of toxicity profile of various combustion aerosols by integrative network approaches
Practices for drawing biological networks using the SBGN standard
Title:- "eQTL: intertwining disease decomposition and drug repositioning"
Expression QTL (eQTL) further annotate disease-associated genetic loci
with co-observed changes in the transcriptome. With drugs selected to
compensate the disturbance caused for single loci, for a genotyped
patient of a multifactorial disease one may derive a recipe for a drug
This presentation reviews resources available today and
emergent algorithms, exemplified on murine data for experimental
autoimmune encephalomyelitis, a mouse model for neuroinflammation.
New insights into the regulation of the heart rate at the molecular and meta-level
Hybrid stochastic simulation for multi-scale and multi-level models
Mathematical modelling of brain energy metabolism reveals Alzheimer's-specific shape alterations in the BOLD function
Prof. Olaf Wolkenhauer
Muhammad Ali and the Principle of Life: Modelling Whole-Part Relationships in Living Systems
Creating a Habitat for Computational Biological Models
Modeling and simulation of chronic myeloid leukemia using causal Bayesian networks
Understanding bone tissue - How do small cells organise large structures?
Steffen Moller & Mohamed Hamed
Integrative computational approaches for studying complex diseases
A consensus-based approach to identify networks underlying DNA damage responses using microarrays
M2CAT: Extracting reproducible simulation studies from model repositories using the CombineArchive Toolkit
Pathway-based Prediction of Dynamics in Cancer Cell Populations
Dr. Alberto de la Fuente (From Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) Dummersdorf)
Silence on the relevant literature and errors in implementation?
An investigation of microRNA target regulation mechanisms - rehearsal for PhD defence
Aakash Chavan Ravindranath
Data integration and modelling techniques to study protein and compound activity towards drug discovery
Mathematical Modeling of Crosstalk between Wnt Signaling and Cell Cycle Pathways
Dr. Dagmar Waltemath
Notions of similarity for systems biology models
Prof Dr Ralf Schnabel (Head of the Institute for GeneticsTechnical University Braunschweig)
Phainothea:Creation of form by cell focussing in the C. elegans embryo
Automated NGS data analysis and evaluation
Modelling metabolic markers of dementia
Modeling Bone-Remodeling. The Influence of Microcracks
Integration of multi-omics and chemometric data to acess the impact of aerosols exposure
Prof. Dr. Blagoj Ristevski (St. Kliment Ohridski University - Bitola)
Reverse Engineering of Micro-RNA Mediated and Gene Regulatory Networks and Netwoks Properties.
eQTL: intertwining disease decomposition and drug repositioning
"Coming soon: de.NBI and SBGN-ED"
Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis of Stem Cell Derived Cardiomyocyte Cell Types
Prof. M.J. Bottema
Spatio-Temporal Structure of Cancellous Bone
Dr. Johannes Wollbold
Formal concept analysis methods for systems biology: representing knowledge, analyzing and validating models
Modeling Bone Growth Using Agent-based-Simulations - Understanding the role of Osteocytes
Dr. Sonja Strunz
Gene Co-Expression Networks Reflecting the Transcriptional Responses to Radiation Exposure
Prediction of miRNA targets in colorectal cancer using machine learning method
Next-Generation Sequencing in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Faiz M. Khan and Stephan Marquardt
Unraveling the regulatory core of E2F1-mediated tumor aggressiveness using integrated network analysis methods
Dr. Michael Linnenbacher
HRO collection as tools for individual cancer network biology.
25.09.2014 (at 11:30 a.m, in room 410)
Dr. Johaness Wollbold
Constructing a knowledge base for the Free Radical Theory of Ageing
Prof. Maureen O'Malley (University of Sydney)
What has philosophy to do with systems biology, and what has systems biology to do with philosophy?
Sonja Strunz (PhD Defence Rehearsal)
Transcriptional Responses to Radiation Exposure Facilitate the Discovery of Biomarkers Functioning as Radiation Biodosimeters
Markus Wolfien (Student in SEMS project)
Standardising Karr's Whole Cell Model
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Robert David (Reference and Translation Center for Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy (RTC) Rostock)
Cardiac Cell Types from Stem Cells.
Accounting for randomness in measurement and sampling of cancer cell population dynamics
Dr. Katja Rateitschak
Pancreatic cancer reloaded
Identification of microRNA networks in multiple sclerosis
Long-Term Preservation and Management of Scientific Primary Data
Bingquan Bao (Master defence)
Multi-scale hybrid model of biological system used as predictors of anti-caner therapy outcoume
Noman al Hassan (Master defence)
Identification and analysis of putatively cooperating microRNAs
Mustafa Baig Mirza (Master defence)
Extending the multi-valued logic approach for modeling biochemical reaction networks
Tim Kacprowski (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald Interfakultäres Institut für Genetik und Funktionelle Genomforschung)
Ranking Molecules - from Disease Gene Prioritization to Omics Data Analyses
This talk will start from 11:30 at Ulmenstraße 69, Building 1, Room 126
Peter Nonnenmann (FIAS)
Ellerman's heteromorphic adjoint functors & Wolkenhauer's tissue organization
BiomvRCNS: copy number study and segmentation for multivariate
This talk will start from 13:30
Dr. Georg Homuth (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald Interfakultäres Institut für Genetik und Funktionelle Genomforschung)
Whole-Blood Transcriptome Profiling of Population-based Cohorts Reveals Major Gene Expression Changes Correlated with Body Mass Index
Investigation of microRNA expression in multiple sclerosis