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All BOSC posters will be displayed for the two days of BOSC (July 22-23).  ISMB requests that the presenters of even-numbered posters stand by their posters the first day, and odd-numbered poster presenters stand by their posters on the second day. Poster numbers will be assigned by ISMB soon.
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All BOSC posters will be displayed for the two days of BOSC (July 22-23).  ISMB requests that the presenters of even-numbered posters stand by their posters the first day, and odd-numbered poster presenters stand by their posters on the second day. See the list of posters [https://www.iscb.org/cms_addon/conferences/ismbeccb2017/posterlist.php?cat=B here].
  
 
Your poster must be no more than 0.95 m wide x 1.30 m high.
 
Your poster must be no more than 0.95 m wide x 1.30 m high.
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Poster abstracts can be found in the complete program (available soon).
 
Poster abstracts can be found in the complete program (available soon).
  
PLEASE NOTE: Some late-round posters have not yet been added to this table. They will appear here soon.
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== See the list of posters [https://www.iscb.org/cms_addon/conferences/ismbeccb2017/posterlist.php?cat=B here]. ==
 
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Back to the  [[BOSC 2017 Schedule]]
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!'''Poster #'''
 
!'''Presenter'''
 
! '''Title'''
 
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|1
 
|Monther Alhamdoosh
 
|An ensemble approach for gene set testing analysis with reporting capabilities
 
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|2
 
|Wei Wang
 
|Aztec: Automated Biomedical Tool Index with Improved Information Retrieval System
 
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|3
 
|Rishi Nag
 
|Bio::DB::HTS - accessing HTSlib from Perl
 
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|4
 
|John Fonner
 
|BioContainers for supercomputers: 2,000+ accessible, discoverable Singularity apps"
 
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|5
 
|Carole Goble
 
|Bioschemas for life science data
 
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|6
 
|Jiwen Xin
 
|BioThings Explorer: Utilizing JSON-LD for Linking Biological APIs to Facilitate Knowledge Discovery
 
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|7
 
|Chunlei Wu
 
|BioThings SDK: a toolkit for building high-performance data APIs in biology
 
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|8
 
|Matúš Kalaš
 
|BioXSD | BioJSON | BioYAML - Towards unified formats for sequences, alignments, features, and annotations"
 
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|9
 
|Felix Shaw
 
|Collaborative Open Plant Omics: A platform for "FAIR" data for plant science
 
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|10
 
|Daria Iakovishina
 
|CueSea: quality control tool for Illumina genotyping microarray data, with correction on intensity, clusterization and biological specificity."
 
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|11
 
|Stian Soiland-Reyes
 
|CWL Viewer: The Common Workflow Language Viewer
 
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|12
 
|Farah Khan
 
|CWL+Research Object == Complete Provenance
 
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|13
 
|Alberto Riva
 
|DAMON, an open source framework for reliable and reproducible analysis pipelines"
 
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|14
 
|Tazro Ohta
 
|Databases to support reanalysis of public high-throughput DNA sequencing data
 
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|15
 
|Phillippe Rocca-Serra
 
|Discovering datasets with DATS in DataMed
 
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|16
 
|Anil S. Thanki
 
|Discovery and visualisation of homologous genes and gene families using Galaxy
 
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|17
 
|Herve Menager
 
|EDAM - The ontology of bioinformatics operations, types of data, topics, and data formats (2017 update)"
 
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|18
 
|Stephen Lincoln
 
|Emerging public databases of clinical genetic test results: Implications for large scale deployment of precision medicine
 
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|19
 
|Stefan A. POPA
 
|Enabling the optimization of open-source biological computational tools with scripting languages
 
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|20
 
|Yo Yehudi
 
|Forever in BlueGenes: a next-generation genomic data interface powered by InterMine
 
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|21
 
|Kate Voss
 
|Full-stack genomics pipelining with GATK4 + WDL + Cromwell
 
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|22
 
|Kees van Bochove
 
|Gene Set Variation Analysis in cBioPortal
 
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|23
 
|Ismail Moghul
 
|GeoDiver: Differential Gene Expression Analysis & Gene-Set Analysis for GEO Datasets
 
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|24
 
|Silvia Di Giorgio
 
|GRADitude: A computational tool for the analysis of Grad-seq data
 
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|25
 
|Aditya Bharadwaj
 
|GRAPHSPACE: Stimulating interdisciplinary collaborations in network biology
 
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|26
 
|Ted Liefeld
 
|Integrating cloud storage providers for genomic analyses
 
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|27
 
|Wiktor Jurkowski
 
|Introducing the Brassica Information Portal: Towards integrating genotypic and phenotypic Brassica crop data
 
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|28
 
|Nikola Tesic
 
|Microsatellite instability profiling of TCGA colorectal adenocarcinomas using a Common Workflow Language pipeline
 
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|29
 
|Rickard Hammarén
 
|NGI-RNAseq - a best practice analysis pipeline in Nextflow
 
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|30
 
|Alexander S Rose
 
|NGL - a molecular graphics library for the web
 
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|31
 
|Luis Pedro Coelho
 
|NGLESS: Perfectly understandable and reproducible metagenomics pipelines using a domain-specific language
 
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|32
 
|Madeleine Ball
 
|Open Humans: Opening human health data
 
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|33
 
|Ngoc-Vinh Tran
 
|PhyloProfile: an interactive and dynamic visualization tool for multi-layered phylogenetic profiles
 
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|34
 
|Rabie Saidi
 
|Protein Inpainter: a Message-Passing-based Predictor using Spark GraphX
 
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|35
 
|Nivethika Mahasivam
 
|RADAR-CNS - Research Infrastructure for processing wearable data to improve health
 
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|36
 
|Ricardo Wurmus
 
|Reproducible and user-controlled software management in HPC with GNU Guix
 
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|37
 
|Evanthia Kaimaklioti
 
|Reproducing computational experiments in situ as an interactive figure in a journal article.
 
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|38
 
|Keiichiro Ono
 
|Revitalizing a classic bioinformatics tool using modern technologies: the case of the Cytoscape Project
 
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|39
 
|Kieran O'Neill
 
|Screw: tools for building reproducible single-cell epigenomics workflows
 
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|40
 
|thomas cokelaer
 
|Sequana: a set of flexible genomic pipelines for processing and reporting NGS analysis
 
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|41
 
|Denis Yuen
 
|The GA4GH Tool Registry Service (TRS) and Dockstore - Year One
 
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|42
 
|Olga Vrousgou
 
|The SPOT ontology toolkit : semantics as a service
 
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|43
 
|Kenzo-Hugo Hillion
 
|ToolDog - generating tool descriptors from the ELIXIR tool registry
 
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|44
 
|Uros Sipeitc
 
|Workflow for processing standard bioinformatics formats with SciClone to infer tumor heterogeneity
 
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|45
 
|Steffen Möller
 
|Workflow-ready bioinformatics packages for Debian-based distributions and this Linux distribution's infrastructure for low-friction reproducible research
 
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|46
 
|Kevin Sayers
 
|Workflows interoperability with Nextflow and Common WL
 
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|}
 
 
 
'''Late posters:'''
 
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|Malvika Sharan
 
|Building a local bioinformatics community: challenges and efforts
 
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|Laura Huerta
 
|Expression Atlas: exploring gene expression results across species under different biological conditions
 
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|Jorge Boucas
 
|Microservices in data, code, and project management
 
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|Aleksandra Gruca
 
|CHARME - harmonising standardisation strategies to increase efficiency and competitiveness of European life-science research
 
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|Wei Wang
 
|Aztec: Automated Biomedical Tool Index with Improved Information Retrieval System
 
|-
 
|Anurag Priyam
 
|GeneValidator: identify problems with protein-coding gene predictions
 
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Latest revision as of 23:48, 10 July 2017

All BOSC posters will be displayed for the two days of BOSC (July 22-23). ISMB requests that the presenters of even-numbered posters stand by their posters the first day, and odd-numbered poster presenters stand by their posters on the second day. See the list of posters here.

Your poster must be no more than 0.95 m wide x 1.30 m high.

Poster abstracts can be found in the complete program (available soon).

See the list of posters here.


Back to the BOSC 2017 Schedule