CCBI/C2D3 Annual Computational Biology Symposium 2022
You are invited to the CCBI/C2D3 Annual Computational Biology Symposium 2022!
We are offering both in-person and online attendance. Places are very limited for in-person attendance, please only register for in person if you intend to attend for the whole day.
In-person registration is now closed.
Online registration here
09.45-10.15 Registration and arrival refreshments
10.15-10.20 Opening with Gos Micklem (Genetics / Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics)
Session 1 - Chair: Hannah Earley (Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics)
- 10.20-11.00 Bianca Dumitrascu From multimodality to mechanism in genomics (Computer Science and Technology)
- 11.00-11.40 Kiran Patil Towards predicting evolution using first-principle models (MRC Toxicology)
- 11.40-12.20 Mihaela van der Schaar Using ML to discover the underlying models of medicine (Zoom) (Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics)
Session 2 - Chair: Anna Protasio (Pathology)
- 13.00 - 14.00 Keynote: Serena Nik-Zainal Mutational signatures in human cells (Medical Genetics)
- 14.00 - 14.20 Fu Xiang Quah Towards a pangenome view of the east African cichlid fish radiations (MGM PhD programme)
- 14.20 - 14.40 Marilou Bodde Investigating Anopheles species diversity using targeted sequences (MGM PhD programme)
- 14.40 - 15.00 Yo Yehudi Building open communities and empowering your contributors with open principles (Zoom) (Open Life Science)
15.00-15.20 Break with refreshments
Session 3 - Chair: Shamith Samarajiwa
- 15.20 - 16.00 Renske Vroomans The evolutionary dynamics shaping multicellular development (Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University (SLCU))
- 16.00 - 16.40 Mike Boemo Mapping DNA Replication Stress with Nanopore Sequencing and Deep Learning (Pathology)
16.40-17.15 Drinks reception
Organised by C2D3 Computational Biology (formerly the CCBI)
Speaker's Twitter handles
Hannah Earley (Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics) - @sourtin_
Kiran Patil (MRC Toxicology) - @kiran_r_patil
Serena Nik-Zainal (Medical Genetics) - @SerenaNikZainal
Yo Yehudi (Open Life Science) - @yoyehudi
Renske Vroomans (Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University (SLCU)) - @RenskeVroomans
We will be occupying the lecture theatre at reduced capacity. Guidance for your visit:
- Take a lateral flow test before arriving, if you have access to one
- Mask wearing is encouraged throughout the venue, in the lecture theatre, and when approaching buffet or drinks stations.
- Take advantage of the front lawn during breaks
Read more about C2D3 Computational Biology here