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1ST COURSE ON COMPUTATIONAL SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF CANCER – September 24-29, 2018 in Institut Curie, Paris, France - Published on 04 05 2018

Some of our partners from Chemotaxis in cancer organize this big training in Septembre. Excellent speakers from all over the world will talk about their works in computational science in the cancer field.

The application/registration site is now open : https://enseignement.curie.fr/en/course/sysbiocancer2018

In order to apply, click on ‘CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO REGISTER’ and follow the stepwise instructions.

Application deadline: 25 July 2018

Results of selection: August 5, 2018

Registration fees: No fees are requested (the free-of-charge registration is compulsory)

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Find below the announcement of this course.


Dear all,

We are glad to announce international multidisciplinary course entitled  '1ST COURSE ON COMPUTATIONAL SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF CANCER’ that will take place onSeptember 24-29, 2018 in Institut Curie, Paris, France

The application/registration site is now open!

https://enseignement.curie.fr/en/course/sysbiocancer2018

In order to apply, click on ‘CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO REGISTER’ and follow the stepwise instructions.

Application deadline: 25 July 2018

Results of selection: August 5, 2018

Registration fees: No fees are requested (the free-of-charge registration is compulsory)

Course objective: To promote better integration of computational approaches into biological and clinical labs. We aim to help participants to improve interpretation and use of omics data that nowadays are accumulated in any biological or medical lab. We invited leading international speakers from different fields in cancer systems biology that will expose an umbrella of systems biology methods from data analysis to modelling and integration of rationalized treatment schemes into the clinical trials.

Preliminary program: https://enseignement.curie.fr/sites/default/files/programme_10.pdf

The course will contain the following sessions:
Session 1: Pathway databases and networks resources in cancer
Session 2: Visualisation and interpretation of cancer data
Session 3: Cancer genomics
Session 4: Multi-level omics data analysis and tumour heterogeneity
Session 5: Mathematical modelling of signalling networks in cancer
Session 6: integration of multi-level data into models of cancer signalling
Session 7: Treatment response prediction and patient stratification
Session 8: Single cell data analysis in cancer
Session 9: Bioimage informatics for cancer research
Session 10: Cancer evolution studies

In addition the attendees of the course will take part in:
-Presentation of their own scientific project with a flash presentation and a poster (for PhD Students and Post-docs).
-Journal Club to present and discuss milestone papers in the cancer systems biology field. Scientific papers within the main topics covered by the course will be sent to the accepted applicants for presentations during the journal club (for Master 2 students).
-Career development workshop during the Saturday morning session (all participants).

CRC Taylor&Francis Publishing Group sponsored student’s prizes for best presentations and posters.

 

Audience: Master 1, 2 and PhD students, postdoctorants from French and international universities/teams. In addition, we expect free attendees among researchers and medical doctors that interested to learn about systems biology impact into cancer research and treatment.

Contact: c.sysbiocancer2018@curie.fr

Organizers:

Emmauel BARILLOT Institut Curie - INSERM U900, Paris, France  - HTE Program Partner

Inna KUPERSTEIN Institut Curie - INSERM U900, Paris, France - HTE Program Partner

Vassili SOUMELIS Institut Curie - INSERM U932, Paris, France - HTE Program Partner

Gregory BATT Inria - Saclay - Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

Denis THIEFFRY Institut de Biologie de l'École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

Jean-Philippe VERT Centre of Computational Biology, MINES - ParisTech, Paris, France

Thomas‎ WALTER Centre of Computational Biology, MINES - ParisTech, Paris, France

 

Scientific committee

Laurence CALZONE Institut Curie – INSERM U900, Paris, France

Tatiana POPOVA Institut Curie – INSERM U830, Paris, France

Andrei ZINOVYEV Institut Curie – INSERM U900, Paris, France

This French program is organized by ITMO Cancer, in collaboration with ITMO BCDE (Cell Biology, Development and Evolution) and ITMO Technologies for Health of the National Alliance for Life Sciences and Health (AVIESAN) with the National Cancer Institute (INCA) and Inserm within the framework of the Cancer Plan. Operational management is entrusted to Inserm.
It was launch in order to develop a critical mass of resources and skills in order to conduct interdisciplinary research projects in the field of functional heterogeneity of cellular tumor relations in their ecosystem: the "HTE Program".

Initiation of HTE Program