We looked inside some of the tweets by @maralbasoler and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
#KeynoteSpeaker Christine Orengo is professor of Bioinformatics at the University College London @UCL and will give her keynote talk at #AdvCompBio. Will you miss it? https://www.iscb.org/advcompbio2019
Prof. Christine Orengo (@UCL) is an amazing speaker, was fortunate to attend her mesmerizing #keynote speech at #SCS17. Thanks @iscbsc If possible, you should definitely attend #AdvCompBio #Bioinformatics
you want to join us? we are looking for a bionformatician @INB_Official @maralbasoler @robertclab @UPFbiomedia #webdevelopment #WebDev #bioinformatics #Empleo #genomics #hiring #bioinformatics #Genomics #computationalgenomics https://twitter.com/chusdonlo/status/1136215554337804288 …
applications bioinformatics technician only until June 21!
Out now in @GenomeBiolEvol, our article on de novo emergence of E5 oncogenes in #papillomavirus genomes! https://doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evz095 … #virus #evolution #oncogene @CNRS @MIVEGEC @ird_fr @MSCActions @ERC_Research
Another nice article on de novo gene emergence, this time in viruses, just got published; really worth reading!
📢Mark it in your calendar! Advances in Computational Biology Conference -Fostering collaboration among women scientists 👩💻 @Bioinfo4women 🗓️28-29 November, Barcelona 🌐https://www.iscb.org/advcompbio2019 #Bioinformatics #HPC #PersonalizedMedicine #AI #WomenInSTEM #WomenInHPC #AdvCompBio
❗@BSC_CNS will host one of the of the largest European supercomputers. The European Union would contribute around 100 million € to MareNostrum 5, the highest EU investment in a research infrastructure in Spain https://www.bsc.es/ZxS @EuroHPC_JU @GabrielMariya @ViolaRoberto
let's compute! :-)
Jointly with @maralbasoler we're seeking a a strongly-motivated bioinformatician to contribute to our ongoing research projects in the area of computational genomics, working at the @the_prbb deadline June 21st, see full ad at http://grib.imim.es/job-opportunities/view.php?ID=118 …
so interesting to learn that yeast is more inventive than we had featured earlier here > https://schaechter.asmblog.org/schaechter/2017/05/making-genes-from-scratch-eukaryotes-do.html …
Certain motifs are over-represented in transcriptional regulatory networks. There are good adaptive hypotheses why, but what about non-adaptive hypotheses? We built a computational null model finally capable of comparing just-so stories to controls https://rdcu.be/bFu9n
Our first paper on de novo gene birth is out in Genome Research. Yeast pops explore a large protein sequence space. Great coll with @namyolivier http://genome.cshlp.org/cgi/reprint/gr.239822.118v1?rss=1 …
1/23 I'm very excited to finally share our latest work with the world, published online today @CellCellPress https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(19)30508-2 …. In this study, we use Ribo-seq in 80 human hearts to study translational regulation and previously undetected translation events in human tissue.
We‘ve been quietly at work behind the scenes... the first published study of several new ones, which utilize our approaches to detect translation de novo from ribosome profiling data. Stay tuned...