V International Meeting on Bioinformatics and OMICs: OMICs 2015 celebrated in October 27-30, 2015.

The Meeting will cover topics such as Bioinformatics and statistical methods for genomic and proteomic research, Technologies for OMICS data generation, Mass spectra data processing and computational proteomics, Next Generation Sequencing: RNASeq, ChipSeq, DNA Methylation, Data Management and analysis, MetaGenomics; Personalized Medicine: Selection of drug-response markers, translational biomarkers, Cancer genome, Epigenetics, Integrative OMICS data analysis, Genomic Technology and Methodology Development and System Biology based bioinformatics software development.

OMICs 2015 will cover the following topics:

• Technologies for OMICS data generation.
• Bioinformatics and statistical methods for genomic and proteomic research.
• Mass spectra data processing and computational proteomics.
• Next Generation Sequencing: RNASeq, ChipSeq, DNA Methylation, Data Management and analysis, MetaGenomics.
• Personalized Medicine: Selection of drug-response markers, translational biomarkers, Cancer genome.
• Epigenetics.
• Integrative OMICS data analysis.
• System Biology based bioinformatics software development: Network Biology, Gene-protein-drug-diseases networks.

Scientific Program

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List of Oral Presentations

Speaker Title Institution Country
Fenselau Catherine Fenselau, Prof. Progress in Top-down Proteomics Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland USA
Burlingame Al Burlingame, Prof. Electron transfer dissociation (ETD)MS in studies of the labile O-GlcNAc protein modification and the architecture of large protein machines. University of California, San Francisco USA
Totorenko Vladimir Titorenko, Prof. Using a combination of chemical genomics, proteomics, lipidomics and metabolomics for discovery of natural anti-aging and anti-cancer compounds and defining mechanisms of their action. Genomics, Cell Biology and Aging Biology Department Concordia University Canada
Jordan King Jordan, Prof. A population genomic health profile for Latin America School of Biology at Georgia Tech and co-director of the PanAmerican Bioinformatics Institute USA
Bachvarov Dimcho Bachvarov, Dr. Role of the polypeptide N-acetylgalactosaminyltransferase 3 in ovarian cancer progression: possible implications in abnormal mucin O-glycosylation Département de médecine moleculaire, Université Laval Canada
Domon Bruno Domon, Prof. Recent Advances in Quantitative Proteomics: Biomedical Applications. Luxembourg Clinical Proteomics Center, Luxembourg Institute of Health Luxembourg
Bennetzen Jeffrey Bennetzen, Dr. Metagenomic analysis of the microbial composition of complex biological environments. University of Georgia Department of Genetics USA
Takao Toshifumi Takao, Prof. Analysis of Posttranslational Modifications by Mass Spectrometry Institute for Protein Research - Osaka University Japan
Devos Katrien Devos , Dr. Comparative analyses lead to new insights into evolution of the gene space. University of Georgia Department of Crop and Soil Sciences and the Department of Plant Biology USA
Costello Catherine Costello , Prof. Mass spectral characterization of pathogenic and non-pathogenic microbes Director, Mass Spectrometry Resource Boston University School of Medicine USA
Nemes Peter Nemes, Prof. Single-Cell Mass Spectrometry Uncovers Proteomic and Metabolic Cell Heterogeneity in the 16-cell Embryo Department of Chemistry, The George Washington University USA
Todeschini Adriane Todeschini, Dr. Metabolic reprograming during epithelial mesenchymal transition: as sweet as it gets Functional and Structural Glycobiology Lab., ICCF Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Leonardo Leonardo Mariño-Ramirez, Dr. Cloud computing resources for bioinformatics and next generation sequence analysis. Computational Biology Branch, NCBI USA
Schroeder Michael Schroeder, Prof. BVDU and beyond: Computational drug repositioning from herpes to cancer Prof. in Bioinformatics, Biotechnology Center, TU Dresden Germany
Wysocki Vicki Wysocki, Prof. Mass Spectrometry in Structural Biology: Surface Induced Dissociation Coupled to Ion Mobility. Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry Ohio State University USA
Hathout Yetrib Hathout, Dr. Development and implementation of pharmacodynamic biomarkers in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Proteomic Core Director, Children’s Research Institute, Children's National Health System USA
Vega Miguel A. Vega Palacios, Dr. Use of bioinformatic tools to deepen the molecular basis of macrophage polarization in inflammatory pathologies. Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas, Dep. Molecular Microbiology and Infection Biology, Spain
Elmer Elmer Fernandez, PhD Big Omis Data: Current challenges in cancer research Head, Bioscience Data Mining Group, Univ Catolica de Cordoba Argentina
Carr Steven M Carr, Prof. Novel NGS methods based on multi-species DNA re-sequencing microarrays. Dept of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland USA
Thibault Pierre Thibault, PhD Unraveling the interplay between ubiquitin-like modifiers through serial enrichment. Proteomics and Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Research Unit, Universite de Montreal Canada
Patricia Patricia E. Vélez, PhD Multifractal Analysis of Human Genome OMICs Plattform and Healh - Cauca Node, Department of Biology - FACNED. University of Cauca Colombia
Kislinger Thomas Kislinger, PhD Proteomic Analyses of Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer Princess Margaret Cancer Center, University of Toronto Canada
Gramolini Anthony Gramolini, PhD Cell surface proteomics of mouse and human cardiovascular tissue University of Toronto Canada
Tangle Danilo Tagle. PhD Organs on Chips for drug discovery and precision medicine Associate Director for Special Initiatives, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences National Institutes of Health USA
Rosa Rosa Ma. del Angel, PhD Study of the intracellular cholesterol modulation, its regulatory mechanisms and the antiviral activity of lipid-lowering drugs in the human hepatic cells Huh-7 infected with dengue virus Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav) Mex


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