Microbiome Summer School: Conference by Vincenzo Di Marzo

From the endocannabinoid system to the endocannabinoidome: a new (h)ome for microbiome-host interactions ?
June 20, 2017, Université Laval, Pavillon Pouliot, Salle PLT-1112
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Canada research chair in medical genomes

Jacques Corbeil cited in the 2017 federal budget. (See page 69).

BRDC present at GLbio2017

Three members of the BDRC will present their work at the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference 2017, in Chicago next May.

  • Virtual Lock Masses: an algorithmic method to enable mass spectra comparison in untargeted studies.
    Francis Brochu, Pier-Luc Plante, Alexandre Drouin, Mario Marchand, Jacques Corbeil, François Laviolette
  • Rule-based machine learning algorithms for antibiotic resistance prediction
    Alexandre Drouin, Frédéric Raymond, Gaël Letarte St-Pierre, Mario Marchand, Jacques Corbeil, François Laviolette
  • Inferring horizontal gene transfer by pangenome analysis
    Frédéric Raymond, Maxime Deraspe, Maurice Boissinot, Jacques Corbeil

The 2017 Microbiome Summer School: Big Data Analytics for Omics Science (over 160 applications)

The 2017 Microbiome Summer School is a collaboration between a number of partners and sponsors all of which will contribute to make this course a success. Partners and sponsors include Calcul Québec, the Canada Excellence Research Chair on microbiome, Université Laval (BDRC), as well as multiple CIHR Institutes such as the Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes, the Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis, the Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health, the Institute of Genetics and the Institute of Infection and Immunity.

Numérique et innovation : enjeux, perspectives, collaborations (in French)

Thursday, January 26, 2017, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Espace Jardin,
pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins
Université Laval.

Québec Data Analysis Modelling and Decision Support Networking Workshop

Friday, January 27, 2017
Pavillon La Laurentienne, Room 1334
Université Laval
Québec City

Rencontre du numérique :
Anonymisation des données (in French)

Données personnelles, entre anonymisation et surveillance
Thursday, February 23, 2017, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Richard Khoury
Bibliothèque Gabrielle-Roy,
salle Gérard-Martin
Free admission
Reservations : 418 641-6789, ext. 128

Launch of the Research and Innovation Chair

L'Oréal Research and Innovation Chair in Digital Biology
Arnaud Droit

Hacking Health Québec

Lynda Robitaille.
Québec City’s first health innovation marathon

Dark Web

Richard Khoury, Luc Lamontagne.

Jacques Corbeil

On IAB on Health Innovation committee

The creativity to learn from,
understand, and make use of data

Big data analytics has been recognized as a high priority and promising field for the development of the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering (FSG) and for Laval University as a whole.

Indeed, Big data analytics is a challenge for a growing number of scientific disciplines. Through the contribution of researchers from five faculties, the Big Data Research Centre (BDRC) is a catalyst and a nexus to integrate multidisciplinary approaches dealing with Big Data issues.

The BDRC will thus become a focus point of our University for every aspect of Big Data applied solutions for our actors in the regions.