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Big Data and Precision Medicine

Organizado por el Centro para la Investigación Genómica y Oncológica, GENYO, con la colaboración de Atos e Intel, el próximo 24 de noviembre se celebrará en Granada la jornada Big Data y Medicina de precisión.

La jornada reunirá a investigadores universitarios y de la industria que presentarán los últimos avances y los nuevos enfoques en la aplicación de metodologías de la bioinformática en la Medicina de Precisión.

El objetivo de las sesiones es compartir experiencias en el uso de las tecnologías de datos a gran escala y las plataformas de análisis en los proyectos de biomedicina e identificar los desafíos y la dirección futura de la investigación.

Nuestra compañera Natalia Jimenez, Life Science Business Development Manager en Atos, participará con una ponencia junto a Craig Rhodes, Business Innovation Manager in Health and Life Sciences en Intel.

Agenda

09:50 – Bienvenida. Introducción
Jose A. Lorente, Director of GENYO.

10:00 – Bioinformatics Goes Translational: Infrastructural Challenges and Opportunities in Big Data and Precision Medicine
Keynote talk.
Rolf Apweiler, Director of the European Bioinformatics Institute, EMBL-EBI.

10:40 – The Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute in the context of ELIXIR/EXCELERATE
Salvador Capella, Chief Technology Officer at the Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute (INB).

11:00 – Descanso

11:30 – Applying Translational Bioinformatics in Personalized Medicine: sharing experiences and challenges
Fátima Al-Shahrour, head of the Translational Bioinformatics Unit at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, CNIO.

11:50 – Integrating the Omics: Methods and applications
Pedro Carmona-Sáez, Head of the Bioinformatics Unit at GENYO.

12:10 – Implementing precision medicine in hospitals: the challenges of translational research
Francisco del Castillo, Genetic Service of the Ramon y Cajal hospital and Scientific Director of UCA translational Genomics IRYCIS.

12:30 – Methylome analyses and expression profiles of microRNAs in virtual machines: avoiding privacy issues in handling medical data
Michael Hackenberg. Associate Professor at the University of Granada.

12:50 – Precision Medicine goes megascale
Natalia Jiménez – Life Science Business Development Manager at Atos.

13:10 – Comida

15:00 – BigBioData, Human Disease and Senescence
Keynote talk.
Arcadi Navarro, ICREA Research Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).

15:40 – Building capacities for genomic medicine in the Canary Islands
Manuel Cendagorta, CEO of Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies.

16:00 – Uncovering the hidden genotypic and phenotypic architecture of complex diseases
Coral del Val, Associate Professor. Department Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. University of Granada.

16:20 – Lost in translation: Minding the gap between genomic research and genomic medicine
Robert Sugar, Healthcare and Life Sciences architect at Intel.

16:40 – Clausura

*Las ponencias del evento se realizarán en inglés.

Para más información: www.genyo.es