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February 2018

Multiple mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias studied using anatomically accurate modeling.

23 February 2018
UGent

Cardiac arrhythmias account for about 1 death in 10 in industrialized countries. Although cardiac arrhythmias has been studied for well over a century, their underlying mechanisms remain largely unknown. Over the years, several factors that favor arrhythmias initiation were established. Among them are ionic and…

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November 2018

(IB)2 Research Day 2018

16 November 2018
Groene Zaal, Congrescentrum U-Residence, VUB Campus, Generaal Jacqueslaan 271
Brussel, 1050 Belgique
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9.30 - 9.35 Welcome   9.35 - 10.35 Keynote 1 - Carl Herrmann, University of Heidelberg Multi-omics data integration for single-cell genomics   10.35 - 11.05 Charlotte Nachtegael, Unraveling the oligogenic potential of developmental disorders IB2, ULB   11.05 - 11.30 Coffee Break   11.30…

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December 2018

IB2 Xmas lunch

19 December 2018 @ 12 h 30 min - 14 h 00 min
(IB)^2 common room

All members are invited to participate in the IB2 Xmas lunch, 19 December 2018, at 12:30. Don't forget to bring something edible for the gang!

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February 2019

Seminar Karoline Faust (KUL) : Emergent behaviour in a synthetic gut community

February 8 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
Forum F, ULB

Due to its complexity and the impact of the human host, it is hard to obtain a mechanistic understanding of the gut microbial community from sequencing data alone. Synthetic communities are an excellent tool to complement in vivo studies. Their dynamics can be accurately monitored…

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Seminar Genevière Dupont (ULB) – Intracellular calcium dynamics: from modeling to physiology

February 15 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
Forum F, ULB
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Seminar Rob Jelier (KUL) : Simulating Cellular Movements in Early C. elegans Embryogenesis

February 22 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
Forum F, ULB

Abstract: Understanding how cells position themselves correctly in multicellular environments is a fundamental challenge in developmental biology. We use the invariable embryogenesis of C. elegans and a modelling approach to better understand the underlying mechanisms driving cellular movements. We developed a simulator to model the…

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March 2019

Journal Club: Charlotte

March 8 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
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Seminar Zeynep Kalender Atak, Heterogeneity of melanoma genomes and cell states (KUL)

March 15 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
Forum F, ULB

Heterogeneity in cancer is a consequence of both irreversible genetic changes and reversible transcriptional changes. Melanoma is prime example for this since on the genomic level melanomas have a high mutational burden leading to inter and intra-tumor heterogeneity while on the transcriptomic level they can…

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