International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation, 2-4 Oct 2019, Singapore

MECHANOBIOLOGY INSTITUTE, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

International Conference on
Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation

Recent technological developments have led to an explosion of data including gene expression and genome architecture in single cells and within tissues. A major experimental and computational challenge going forward is how to integrate all the emerging imaging and sequencing data to identify regulatory modules in health and disease.

The rapid progress in machine learning and AI yields exciting opportunities for combining and exploiting such diverse genomic datasets.

This conference will bring together leading international experts, early-career scientists and students at the intersection of genome biology and machine learning to spur new collaborations across disciplinary boundaries. This is critical for uncovering the mechanogenomic codes that link genome architecture, regulation and function, and ultimately for the development of new biomarkers and therapeutic interventions.

The International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation will cover the following three major themes:

  • Single-cell 1D and 3D Genomics: Experiments and Modeling

  • Networks: From Expression to Regulatory Modules

  • Genome Architecture: Regulation and Biomarkers

Organizers

Organizers

G V Shivashankar

Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore (MBI)

Caroline Uhler

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Administration

Latha K S

Conference Secretary
Email: mbi-conference@nus.edu.sg

Speakers

Steven Altschuler

University of California, San Francisco, USA

Vadim Backman

Northwestern University, USA

Long Cai

California Institute of Technology, USA

Barbara Engelhardt

Princeton University, USA

Francesco Ferrari

IFOM, Italy

Marco Foiani

IFOM, Italy

Jennifer Listgarten

University of California, Berkeley, USA

María Rodríguez Martínez

IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland

Lior Pachter

California Institute of Technology, USA

Shyam Prabhakar

Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore

Timm Schroeder

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

GV Shivashankar

Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore & IFOM, Italy

Meromit Singer

Harvard University, USA

Gustavo Stolovitzky

IBM Research, Yorktown Heights, USA

Kim-Chuan Toh

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Caroline Uhler

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Lani Wu

University of California, San Francisco, USA