News from the group:
IAESTE Research Exchange Fellowships available (apply)
CAMDA 2022
ISMB Conference Track,
11-12 July, Madison, USA
(read more)
NVIDIA GTC Best Poster Award
for MM Kańduła
at GTC'18
Outstanding Presentation Prize
for MM Kańduła
at CAMDA'17
Outstanding Presentation Prize
for PP Łabaj
at CAMDA'15 (photo)
Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation scholarship
for MM Kańduła
at Boston University
OeAW APART fellowship
for PP Łabaj

Sequencing Quality Control (SEQC) project,
MAQC Consortium 2011–2014 (read more)
Host–parasite interactions in biocontrol, WWTF grant 2010–2013 (read more)

Power and limitations of RNA-Seq,
FDA SEQC, Nature Biotechnology (read more)
Characterization and improvement of RNA-Seq precision,
Bioinformatics (read more)
Impact of heavy tails in microarray analysis, Bioinformatics (read more)
Novel conserved repeats in sorting signals,
FEBS Journal (read more)
Sound sensation gene,
Nature communications
(read more)
RNA interference in ageing research,
Gerontology (read more)

CAMDA 2011

The winner of the CAMDA 2011 Best Presentation Award was Sol Efroni.

  • Keynote, ‘Dealing with the GC-content bias in second-generation DNA sequence data’,
    Terry Speed, Bioinformatics division, WEHI, Melbourne, Australia.
  • ‘Biomarker robustness reveals the P38 network as driving disease outcome in GBM patients in multiple studies and miR-9 as a possible control agent’,
    Sol Efroni, et al., Bar Ilan University, Israel.
  • ‘Whole exome resequencing reveals an unexpected amount of variability with possible functional consequences in human microRNAs’,
    Javier Santoyo, Andalusian Center for Human Genomic Sequencing, Seville, Spain
  • ‘A Statistical Method to Estimate DNA Copy Number from Illumina High-density Methylation Arrays’,
    Simon Lin, Northwestern University, Chicago, U.S.A.
  • ‘Differential expression in RNA-seq: a matter of depth’,
    Ana Conesa, Centro de Investigacion Principe Felipe, Valencia, Spain
  • ‘Methods for integration of genome-wide miRNA and mRNA paired expression data sets’,
    Tim Beissbarth, DKFZ Heidelberg & University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany
  • Keynote, ‘The roles of miRNAs in cancer’,
    Stefano Volinia, Telethon Institute, Ferrara University, Italy
  • ‘Systematic Use of Computational Methods Allows Stratifying Treatment Responders in Glioblastoma Multiforme’,
    Riku Louhimo, et al., Aalto University and University of Helsinki, Finland
  • ‘Portraying high-dimensional -omics data with individual resolution’,
    Hans Binder et al., University of Leipzig, Germany.
  • Keynote, ‘Dissecting Inflammatory Complications in Critically Injured Patients by Within-Patient Gene Expression Changes’,
    John Storey, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, Princeton University, U.S.A..
  • ‘Controlling the false discovery rate at detection of biological aberrations in -omics data’,
    Djork-Arné Clevert et al., Johannes Kepler University Linz & Charité University Medicine, Berlin, Germany
  • ‘Sample size considerations for the efficiency of extracting regulatory connections from a combined miRNA and gene expression data set’,
    Smriti Shridhar, Boku University Vienna, Austria
  • ‘A three-state model for multidimensional genomic data integration’,
    Claudia Rangel-Escareño et al., National Institute of Genomic Medicine, Mexico