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Below you find the schedule for the mini symposium 'Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology' where all students from the Fundamentals of Bioinformatics and the Introduction to Systems Biology courses will present their work.  
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Below you find the schedule for the mini symposium 'Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology' where all students from the [[Fundamentals of Bioinformatics]] and the [[Introduction to Systems Biology]] courses will present their work.  
  
 
The symposium will take place Friday, October 28, 9.00-17.30 in Artis Zoo, in the lecture room “De Volharding” ([[Media:Artis-plattegrond-42.pdf|Artis - Building 42]] highlighted in a yellow circle), which is at 10-15 min. walking distance from the main entrance.
 
The symposium will take place Friday, October 28, 9.00-17.30 in Artis Zoo, in the lecture room “De Volharding” ([[Media:Artis-plattegrond-42.pdf|Artis - Building 42]] highlighted in a yellow circle), which is at 10-15 min. walking distance from the main entrance.
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Below you find the schedule for the mini symposium 'Bioinformatics meets Systems Biology' where all students from the Fundamentals of Bioinformatics and the Introduction to Systems Biology courses will present their work.

The symposium will take place Friday, October 28, 9.00-17.30 in Artis Zoo, in the lecture room “De Volharding” (Artis - Building 42 highlighted in a yellow circle), which is at 10-15 min. walking distance from the main entrance.

Time Topic Title Participants
9:00 SysBio Function of cell-to-cell variability Arlo Hoogeveen, Wouter Woudt, Marit Hoffmayer, David Hagos
9:30 SysBio Laboratory evolution Stefan Payralbe, Jacomien Feilzer, Fedde Schaeffer
10:00 SysBio Cancer systems biology Vincent de Ruijter, Chris Hettinga, Alumit Mannheim, Mandlakayise Lucky Nhleko
10:30 Bioinf PFAM Alumit Mannheim, Victor Rijks, Ruigi Han, Arlo Hoogeveen, Supawat Prabpracha, Paul Nijssen, Danne Elbers, Evert Schone, Joleen Traats, Wouter Woud, Wouter Stegeman
11:00 Coffe break
11:30 SysBio Cell-to-cell variability Mandy de Kwaasteniet, Wouter Stegeman, Claire Baudier, Maxim Moinat
12:00 SysBio Constraint-based modeling Aphiwe Mqunyana, Svetlana Stoma, Jochem Bijlaard, Victor Rijks
12:30 Bioinf GO Stephan Pauw, Svetlana Stoma, Patrick van der Berg, Yasser Alnakhli, David Hagos, Aristeidis Kondylidis, Alexandros Valetopoulos, Marit Hoff-Hoffmayer-Zlotnik, Claire Baudier, Maria Djordjanova
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 SysBio Top-down systems biology Evert Schone, Maurits Dijkstra, Sun Chonglu, Patrick van den Berg
14:30 SysBio Systems biology as a tool to enhance solar biofuel production Stephan Pauw, Aristeides Kondylidis, Yasser Alnakhli, Marc Pauper
15:00 Bioinf SCOP Eva Deutekom, Maxim Moinat, Tom Constandse, Erwin Klein, Michiel Thiecke, Robbert Geerts, Mandy de Kwaasteniet, Vincent de Ruijter, Jacomien Feilzer, Jochem Bijlard
15:30 Tea break
16:00 SysBio Regulatory network patterns Joleen Traets, Tom Constandse, Eva Deutekom, Johan Hendriks
16:30 SysBio Shifts in metabolic strategies Alexandros Valetopoulos, Danne Elbers, Michiel Thiecke, Hanieh Shekarian
17:00 Bioinf Overall comparison Maurits Dijkstra, Stefan Payralbe, Chris Hettinga, Fedde Schaefer, Marine Milo, Sun Chonglu, Mandlakayise Nhleko, Aphiwe Mqunyana, Manfred Malleier
17:30 Drinks Everybody

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