"Galaxy for microbiome via ASaiM story - From a local project to a global effort to support microbiome data analysis" - Talk at Holistic Bioinformatic Approaches used in Microbiome Research
The Bioinformatics Virtual Coordination Network (BVCN) is committed to reducing entry barriers into bioinformatics for researchers. For the first time in June 2021, this online conference brought together early career researchers (ECRs) from across the globe who are equally committed to reducing such entry barriers, and who would like to exchange and share their research and bioinformatics experiences in a step-by-step format with a global and interdisciplinary audience.
The first conference of BVCN was Holistic Bioinformatic Approaches used in Microbiome Research, A step-by-step open access conference showcasing state-of-the-art bioinformatics pipelines for microbiome research. It was run 7-11 June 2021, online.
|Day 1: Biomedical Microbiology|
|Paleogenomic landscape of pathogens in Pre- and Contact individuals from the Americas||Miriam Bravo López, Ph.D candidate, International Laboratory for Human Genome Research (LIIGH)-UNAM|
|Tweedieverse - A Single Home for Microbiome Multi-omics Differential Analysis||Himel Mallick, Senior Scientist, Merck Research Laboratories|
|Day 2: Environmental Microbiology|
|EukHeist: Scalable and automated discovery of eukaryotic genomes from a global dataset||Harriet Alexander, Assistant Scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution|
|Unifying the microbial known and unknown coding sequence space||Chiara Vanni, Ph.D. candidate, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology|
|Day 3: Microbial Biotechnology|
|Galaxy for microbiome via ASaiM story - From a local project to a global effort to support microbiome data analysis||Bérénice Batut, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Freiburg|
|Metagenomic pathogen detection using MMseqs2, Plass, and Linclust||Martin Steinegger, Assistant Professor, Seoul National University|
|Day 4: Live Q&A|
|Day 5: Poster session|
Bérénice presented Galaxy for microbiome via ASaiM story - From a local project to a global effort to support microbiome data analysis: