Department of Bioinformatics – BiGCaT


Presentations 2018

  1. Pathway Analysis for Vitamin D
    Susan Steinbusch-Coort, Invited talk, The 21st Workshop on Vitamin D, May 16-19, 2018 Barcelona, Spain
  2.  The method and added value of integrating genetic variation data for rare diseases from multiple databases; Friederike Ehrhart, Annika Jacobsen, Salvador Capella, Nasim Bahram Sangani, Eric Smeets, Marco Roos, Leopold GM Curfs, Chris T Evelo; BioSB conference 2018, Lunteren, The Netherlands
  3. FAIRification of rare disease data; F. Ehrhart – ETH/DTL FAIR afternoon, 26.03.2018, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  4. Implementation study on molecular data for rare diseases; Friederike Ehrhart, Annika Jacobsen, Salvador Capella, Marco Roos, Leopold GM Curfs, Chris T Evelo; Elixir all Hands meeting, Berlin, Germany
  5. FAIRification protocols and services for rare disease data resourcesAnnika Jacobsen, Mark Thompson, Pedro Sernadela, Friederike Ehrhart, Andra Waagmeester, Claudio Carta, Karlijn Groenen, Martijn G. Kersloot, Leo Schultze Kool, Marina Mordenti, Manuela Locatelli, Luca Sangiorgi, Erik A. Schultes, Ronald Cornet, Mark D Wilkinson, Domenica Taruscio, Rachel Thompson, David van Enckevort, Chris T Evelo, Marco Roos;Elixir all Hands meeting, Berlin, Germany

Presentations 2017

  1. Answering scientific questions with linked European nanosafety data
    Egon Willighagen, NMSA2017, 8 February 2017, Malaga, ES
  2. Making open science a reality, from a researcher perspective
    Egon Willighagen, Invited talk, AgreenSkills+ Annual Meeting, 15 February 2017, Paris, FR
  3. Studying metabolism changes using data integration and pathway analysis
    Egon Willighagen, Invited talk, Wageningen University B-Wise Seminar, 7 March 2017, Wageningen, NL
  4. Puting “live” into biological pathway databases
    Egon Willighagen, BioSB 2017: Dutch Bioinformatics & Systems Biology conference, 4 April 2017, Lunteren, NL
  5. Gene-to-variant identifier mapping in a rare disorder use case
    Friederike Ehrhart, Selected talk, BioSB 2017: Dutch Bioinformatics & Systems Biology conference, 5 April 2017, Lunteren, NL
  6. Open Science: what’s next?
    Egon Willighagen, Researcher meeting: the National Plan and you, 29 May 2017, Delft, NL
  7. Structuring what we know and use that to better understand your data
    Chris Evelo, Invited talk, IMSR seminar, 07 July 2017, Birmingham, UK
  8. Bioinformatics and pathway visualization
    Chris Evelo, Invited talk, Nutrigenetics for precision nutrition and lifestyl medicine workshop, 26 September 2017, Aberdeen, UK
  9. New insights into the innate immune effects of vitamin D: meta-analysis of transcriptomics data at pathway level
    Susan Steinbusch-Coort, Invited talk, Nutrigenetics for precision nutrition and lifestyl medicine workshop, 26 September 2017, Aberdeen, UK
  10. Integration of omics data and database knowledge reveals downstream pathways of MECP2 in Rett syndrome
    Friederike Ehrhart, Susan L Coort, Lars Eijssen, Nasim Bahram-Sangani, Eric Smeets, Chris T Evelo, Leopold MG  Curfs. SSBP conference, 14.-16.09.2017, Leiden, The Netherlands
  11. Verder bouwen aan Open Science
    Egon Willighagen. SURFacademy seminar Seminar Verder bouwen aan open science, 26 October 2017, Utrecht, NL
  12. Genotype-phenotype databases for Rett syndrome and where to find them.
    Friederike Ehrhart, Gillian S. Townend, Henk J. van Kranen, Mark Wilkinson, Annika Jacobsen, Marco Roos, Egon Willighagen, David van Enckevoort, Chris T. Evelo, Leopold M. G. Curfs. 5th Rett conference 2017, 2.-4.11.2017, Berlin, Germany

Presentations 2016

  1. Mapping experimental metabolomics data to biological pathways
    Egon Willighagen, Martina Kutmon, Chris Evelo. BioSB, 19 April 2016, Lunteren, NL
  2. Using a common interoperability approach for identifier mapping in Open PHACTS and WikiPathways
    Egon Willighagen. Current Status of FAIR Developments, 25 May 2016, Amsterdam, NL
  3. WikiPathways: Curation, Visualization and Analysis of Biological Pathways
    Martina Kutmon, Poster Flash Talk, BioNetVisA workshop at ECCB, 04 September 2016, The Hague, NL
  4. Open Data & NSC Activities
    Egon Willighagen, NanoSafety Cluster Autumn 2016, 14 September 2016, Stockholm, SE
  5. Data integration with identifiers and ontologies – Why are names and graphs not enough?
    Egon Willighagen, OpenTox Euro 2016, 28 October 2016, Rheinfelden, DE

Presentations 2015

  1. Bridging WikiPathways and metabolomics data using the ChEBI ontology
    Egon Willighagen, COSMOS RDF, LOD and Semantic Omics data hackathon, 9 April 2015, Hinxton UK
  2. Integrative network based analysis of mRNA and microRNA expression in vitamin D3-treated cancer cells
    Martina Kutmon, BioSB conference, 20-21 May 2015, Lunteren, Netherlands
  3. Pathways in Cardiovascular Systems Biology
    Susan Coort, Maastricht Working Group on Cardiovascular Systems Biology, 27 May 2015, Maastricht, Netherlands
  4. The role of ontologies in chem- and bioinformatics
    Egon Willighagen, Keynote at International Conference on Biomedical Ontology. 27-30 July 2015, Lisbon, Portugal
  5. MICROGENNET overview
    Susan Coort, Micronutrients genomics project and MICROGENNET workshop, 10 Sept 2015, Barcelona, Spain
  6. All Big Data, Big and Small
    Egon Willighagen, 3rd National eScience Symposium, 8 October 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  7. Cellular signaling pathway analysis of transcriptomics profiling as a key tool to improve marbling in beef cattle
    Susan Coort, 1st International Symposium on Cultured Meat, 19 Oct 2015, Maastricht, Netherlands. Slides
  8. eNanoMapper – enabling systems biology for nanosafety
    Egon Willighagen, System Biology in Nanosafety Research. 9 Nov 2015, Stockholm, Sweden. Slides
  9. Integrative network based analysis of mRNA and microRNA expression in vitamin D3-treated cancer cells
    Susan Coort, eScience meeting “The Science of Big-Data Analytics and Visualization”, 23 Nov 2015, Utrecht, Netherlands. Slides
  10. Pathway analysis of Rett syndrome as an example how to use integrative systems biology tools and methods to solve neuroscience questions
    Friederike Ehrhart, MHENS/CIN workshop, 1 Dec 2015, Maastricht, Netherlands