• Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa
  • Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa
  • Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa
  • Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa
  • Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa
  • Welcome to the web site of the 18th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium! The symposium will take place on May 18th, 2016 at the University of Haifa

Register

In order to join the symposium, Please fill the registration form on the Registration page.

When?

The symposium will begin on May 18, 2016. Do not miss that great event!

Where?

The Symposium will be at the Hecht auditorium in the University of Haifa, refer to Venue page for more information.

Posters

 

The full abstract book of the symposium is available here

 

You may submit a poster abstract at any time after your registration and until the deadline of May 2, 2016. We highly encourage students to present posters in order to share their current research and elicit discussion. Prizes will be awarded for the best posters.

The poster abstracts will be evaluated by the members of the poster committee. Each abstract will be evaluated based on importance of the research topic, innovation, and appropriateness of the research methods. The best abstracts would be nominated for the final competition. During the symposium, judges from the poster committee will evaluate the posters in terms of clarity, aesthetics, ability of the student to explain their research and answer questions.

Poster abstracts are limited to 2000 characters of plain text. Please provide a title, a list of authors and affiliation, keywords, and the abstract itself, in the form below.

Please bring standard-sized posters, width up to 90 cm, height up to 120 cm.
Tape for mounting the posters or pins will be supplied.

Abstract submission is now closed

 Full list of poster titles:

 

  1. Yishay Pinto et al. Clustered mutations in hominid genome evolution are consistent with APOBEC3G enzymatic activity
  2. Oriya Vardi et al. Biases in the SMART-DNA library preparation method associated with genomic poly dT/dA sequences
  3. Roye Rozov et al. Recycler: an algorithm for detecting plasmids from de novo assembly graphs
  4. David Gokhman et al. Gene ORGANizer: Linking genes to the organs they affect
  5. Tal Zinger et al. Computer Simulation Approach for Inferring the Fitness of Mutations in Viruses
  6. Talia Kustin et al. Biases in nucleotide substitution rates of RNA viruses as evidence of antiviral activity
  7. Pnina Cohen et al. Local adaptation in populations of invasive fire ant species
  8. Oriah Mioduser et al. High-resolution view of bacteriophage lambda translation regulation and evolution by ribosome profiling
  9. Satabdi Tagore et al. Non-optimal Codon Usage Preference in Spalax Stress-Response Genes is Evolutionary Conserved
  10. Sophi Marmen et al. A long term study of microbial and environmental dynamics in an intensely impacted aquaculture ecosystem
  11. Yishai Yehuda et al.
  12. Yifat Geffen et al. Mapping the Landscape of a Eukaryotic Degronome
  13. Shula Shazman.Ordering the Disordered Proteins
  14. Ilan Y Smoly et al. MotifNet: A web-server for network motif analysis
  15. Hadas Zur et al. Complementary Post Transcriptional Regulatory Information is Detected by PUNCH-P and Ribosome Profiling
  16. Somnath Tagore et al. ProtFus: a tool for identifying fusion proteins and their interactions from text
  17. Vikrant Palande et al. Diagnosis of Gliomas Tumors using Circulating Free DNA
  18. Shira Ginzburg et al. Genome-wide 3D maps of regulatory interactions in the mouse developing forebrain
  19. Shiran Abadi et al. A computational algorithm for estimating cleavage specificity of the CRISPR-Cas9 System
  20. Simon Fishilevich et al. GeneHancer: Genome-wide enhancer-to-gene links in GeneCards
  21. David Zeevi et al. Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses
  22. Renana Sabi et al. Evidence that the interaction of short peptide with the ribosomal exit tunnel shapes the proteome
  23. S. Gershanov et al.
  24. Nadav Brandes et al. ASAP: A Machine Learning Framework for Local Protein Properties
  25. Kerem Wainer et al. Human Genes that Escape X-Inactivation - Reanalysis Using Single Cell Expression Data
  26. Oren Avram et al. A Novel Phylogeny-based Algorithm for Selective Sweeps Detection in Bacteria
  27. Inbal Shamir et al. How is chromatin structure restored after mitosis?
  28. Inbar Naor et al. Classification of Putative Enhancers from DNA Sequences
  29. Joshua Moss et al. Methylation patterns of circulating DNA as a marker of cell death
  30. Pola Smirin et al. A study of normal CNV variations in Israeli population
  31. Haim Ashkenazy et al. Averaging over alternative multiple sequence alignments increases the accuracy of phylogenetic tree reconstruction
  32. Avi Titievsky et al. Unsupervised analysis of genomic repeats in gymnosperm and angiosperm species
  33. Shlomi Dvir et al. Dissecting the DNA and RNA Bound Proteome of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
  34. Atar Shimshi et al. Mr.
  35. Vered Wineman et al. The removals of disulfide bonds to form new binding sites of zinc ions in amylin affect the populations and the structures of the amylin oligomers
  36. Tomer Sidi et al. Ensemble learning of structure based quality assessment method for protein models
  37. Yaron Ben et al. Sweet taste and chirality _ insights from molecular modeling and docking
  38. Yaron Ben et al. Blind flexible docking of peptides to proteins using AnchorDock
  39. Yuval Sedan et al. A benchmark for the assessment of the effect of loop stub inaccuracy on loop modeling performance
  40. Shelly Mahlab et al. miRNA-mRNA interactions: Probabilistic and dynamic perspectives
  41. Yishai Levin. An informatics platform facilitating visualization and quality control in quantitative proteomics
  42. Jenia Gutin et al. Parameterizing the dynamic transcriptional response to probe the underlying regulatory mechanisms
  43. Shay Ben et al. Extending partial haplotypes to full genome haplotypes using Chromosomal Conformation Capture
  44. Isra sadiya et al. Characterization of the specificity determinants of RGS2 toward heterotrimeric G proteins
  45. Nawsad Alam et al. Structure-based Identification of HDAC8 Non-histone Substrates
  46. Maya E. Pollock et al. Investigating the effect of Insulin on _-synuclein aggregation in Parkinson's disease
  47. Ron Nudel et al. Significance scoring in the VarElect tool for phenotype-related variant prioritization based on GeneCards and MalaCards
  48. Emma Joy et al. A Competitive Edge: Binding Affinity in WW Domain-Containing Proteins
  49. Ronen Sadeh et al.
  50. Mor Nitzan et al. A defense-offense multi-layered regulatory switch in a pathogenic bacterium
  51. Daniel N. Bloch et al. Investigating the polymorphism in the self-assembly of _-synuclein(30-95)
  52. Michal Baram et al. Investigating the specific binding sites of insulin with amylin oligomers
  53. Denise Salem et al. Specificity and mechanism of RGS17 interactions with G proteins
  54. Eyal Seroussi et al.
  55. James Xue et al. The Time and Place of European Gene Flow into Ashkenazi Jews
  56. Maya Galili et al. Improved unsupervised approach for ranking the gene expression optimality of genomic sequences
  57. Oz Solomon et al. Analysis of fitness data - genomic context is more important than sequence similarity
  58. Leon Anavy et al. High complexity DNA barcode design
  59. Gilad Shaham et al. A comprehensive biophysical model of translation initiation and elongation in prokaryotes
  60. Alona Rabner et al. Exploring the co-regulation between RNA binding proteins and miRNAs
  61. Amir Mizrahi et al. Mapping the effect of aging on the immune system_s transcriptome
  62. Nareman Abd El Hade. Detection of positively selected genes involved in human neuro-degnerative disease
  63. Hadas Ner et al. JingleBells: a repository of standardized single cell RNA-Sequencing datasets for analysis and visualization at the single cell level
  64. Yishai Pickman et al. Longitudinal changes of the immune system in the Elderly and their effects on vaccination
  65. Eran Rosenthal et al. Elongation Rates and H2B mono-ubiquitination
  66. Shani Gal et al. Sexual Dimorphism in the Immune System Transcriptome
  67. Tal Yahav et al. Genomic mapping of the chemical basis for nest-mate recognition in Cataglyphis ants
  68. Mikhail Farkov et al. Cyclically co-regulated clusters of mutations in a long series of polio virus replications
  69. Zeev Frenkel et al.
  70. Eran Bachar et al. Using coding SNPs from a large GWAS study as a basis for Crohn Disease status prediction
  71. Noa Rappaport et al. Rational confederation of genes and diseases: NGS interpretation via GeneCards, MalaCards and VarElect
  72. Weiner Iddo et al. Modeling Translation Initiation in the Chloroplast Genome
  73. Gur Sevillya et al.
  74. Eli Goz et al. Universal selection for high dimensional signatures of viral coding regions adaptation to hosts
  75. Doron Levy et al. CircosVCF _ Circos visualization of whole-genome sequence variations stored in VCF files
  76. Eli Levy et al. An integrated model of phenotypic trait changes and site-specific sequence evolution
  77. Gon Carmi et al. Prokaryotic gene-family size correlations
  78. Efrat Kligun et al. How the pine fungal pathogen Grosmannia clavigera (Gc) cope with host defense: RNA-seq analysis of its transcriptome response to beneficial and detrimental growth conditions
  79. Britny Blumenfeld et al. Genome-Wide Analysis of Asynchronous Replication
  80. Ali Asli et al. Characterization of RGS activity and specificity determinants toward G-proteins.
  81. Antonella Di et al. Molecular recognition in bitter taste GPCRs
  82. Gil Ron et al. Identifying promotor-enhancer interactions from Hi-C data using a unified probabilistic model
  83. Deepak Karthik et al. Utilizing the Benford law for unravelling tissue specificity
  84. Eliran Avni et al. Quartet Plurality Distribution: Quantifying the phylogenetic agreement within an aggregate of gene trees
  85. Alon Diament et al. Tracking the Evolution of 3D Gene Organization
  86. Dvir Netanely et al. PROMO: A new tool for analyzing large high-throughput genomic datasets
  87. Zafrir Zohar et al. Unsupervised detection of regulatory gene expression information in various genomic regions enables gene expression prediction
  88. Anna Sloutskin et al. ElemeNT: A Computational Tool for Detecting Core Promoter Elements
  89. Anna Rice et al.
  90. Dalia Cohn et al. Mutual enrichment in aggregated ranked lists with applications to gene expression regulation
  91. Ido Nissim et al. Exploring the Bitterness-Toxicity Relationship using chemoinformatics tools
  92. David Pellow et al. Clustering optical map intensity profiles for metagenomics applications
  93. aviad sivan et al. The Influence of Codon-Usage Manipulations on Protein Expression in the Cell-Cycle Dependent Manner
  94. Boris Ostretsov et al. Repeatome in genomes of insects: does lateral transfer of repeats/transposons exists between blood feeding insects and mammalians
  95. Mizrahi et al.
  96. Kiril Lomakin et al. Genome Wide Folding Structure Selection in Ebola Virus
  97. Anna Feldman et al. Towards Improved Ribosomal Profiling Protocol for Large Scale In vivo mRNA Translation Study
  98. Arbel Moshe et al. Chromatin-based Temporal Clustering of Enhancers in Developing Fly Embryos
  99. Avital Brill et al. Nucleosome dynamics following chromatin remodeler depletion and recovery
Looking forward to seeing you on May 18th in Haifa! 
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