Radboud Summer School: Integrative X-omics Analyses Empowering Personalised Healthcare

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Date & Time 5 - 9 July 2021
Address Virtual
Location Virtual

Molecular indicators for health, disease and response to treatment are increasingly guiding personalized healthcare. At the same time, single biomarkers will never fully reflect the interplay between the genetic make-up and environmental exposure. This asks for a more holistic view on human health, and integrated analyses of large-scale molecular and clinical data.

This course will lay a firm basis for such an integrative approach. It provides a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art biomarker discovery strategies using -omics analysis platforms, gives practical cues to the most fit-for-purpose experimental approaches, based on real-life examples.

The basic principles and workflows of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and data analysis, integration and stewardship will be covered.

The course will contain demonstrations and hands-on computer practical’s of commonly used open-source analysis and visualization packages. Special attention will be paid to the different analysis to integrate X-omics data from different levels, ranging from pure statistical integration approaches (including machine learning) to knowledge-based data integration.

Course Leaders

P.A.C. ’t Hoen, Professor of Bioinformatics
Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics
Radboud University Medical Center

A.J. van Gool, Professor Personalized Healthcare 
Laboratory Medicine
Radboud University Medical Center

Learning Outcomes

After this course you are able to:

  1. Design an X-omics experiment and able to choose the most adequate -omics technologies
  2. Master basic analysis workflows for -omics data
  3. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of different data integration strategies

Level of participant

  • Master
  • PhD

The course is designed for

Translational researchers who would like to set-up or are starting a molecular biomarker profiling study in human individuals.

Reduced fee for EATRIS members
€ 250 EATRIS students and PhDs
(use in application form payment type: scholarship, coupon code: s7hzRPm)

Application Deadline

1 May 2021

This course will be offered online only. Study from the comfort of your own home, and meet participants from all over the world, expanding your international network with no additional costs for hotels or flights. The course will consist of a combination of interactive live sessions, challenging discussions with other participants, group work and individual study.

More information and registration. 

 

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