MaCSBio Science Days 2020

When: 06/07/2020 - 10/07/2020
Where: On line

Over the past 5 years the MaCSBio Science Day has become the annual event for researchers and students active in systems biology and bioinformatics in the Maastricht region.

The theme of this this yearā€™s meeting is: Celebrating five years of MaCSBio: Looking back, looking forward

5 years of MaCSBio will be celebrated with 5 online sessions open to a broad audience of students, scientists, and policy makers and the general public in the week of Monday July 6  - Friday July 10 from 15.00-17.00 CET.

The program contains something interesting for everybody:

  • an introduction to what Systems Biology actually is
  • Masterā€™s students thesis presentations
  • two great keynotes
  • engaging workshops
  • and talks from MaCSBio PhD alumni

Monday 06 July | Presentations for the general public
What is Systems Biology? What does the Maastricht Centre for Systems Biology do? Join this event to find out!

Tuesday 07 July | Master Systems Biology selected students presentations
Our master's students will present the research they performed during their internship.

Wednesday 08 July | Keynote and PhD alumni: Computational Neuro-Geneticsā€‹
Join for a keynote by Prof. Klaas Enno Stephan (Director Translational Neuromodeling Unit, University of Zurich, Switzerland), followed by talks of our MaCSBio alumni Isma Zulfiqar and Maryam Karimian.

Thursday 09 July | Workshops
Get hands on experience with network modelling, genome scale metabolic modeling, or machine learning.

Friday 10 July | Keynote and PhD alumni: Systems Medicine of Chronic Diseases
Join for a keynote by Prof. Natasa Pržulj (Professor of Biomedical Data Science at Computer Science, University College London, and ICREA Research Professor at Life Sciences Department, Barcelona Supercomputing Center) followed by talks of  our MaCSBio alumni Dr. Samar Tareen and Shauna Oā€™Donovan

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