Seminars in Computational Biology


Naples offers a vibrant research environment with many excellent research groups lead by our Faculty.  A number of science seminars, systems biology summer schools and workshops are organized by the CQB program and our partner institutions such as TIGEM,  BIOGEM, CEINGE, SZN, and others.

CQB PhD student should attend at least to 20 seminars per year (mandatory requirement).

Seminars organized by CQB program are listed in the page Events and in the home page as news.

 

 

Past Events

 

Date

Speaker

Argument

4th December 2020 15:00

Francesco Iorio CRISPR-cas9 screens and multi-omic data integration for identifying and prioritising anti-cancer therapeutic targets

11st December 2020 15:00

Giulio Caravagna Subclonal reconstruction of tumour architectures by using machine learning and population genetics

21st January 2021 15:00

Mario Suvà Dissecting human gliomas and their microenvironment by single-cell genomics

29th January 2021 16:00

Antonio Iavarone Classification and precision therapy of glioblastoma

8th February 2021 16:00

Gad Getz Finding Drivers in Cancer: from Primary Cancers to Resistance

19th February 2021 15:00

Francesco Iorio  Signature reversion and other computational strategies for identifying drug repositioning opportunities 

26th February 2021 15:00

Julio Saez-Rodriguez  Supporting machine learning with biological knowledge to extract insight from omics data

17st March 2021 15:00

Alberto Mantovani Innate Immunity and Inflammation: from Cancer to COVID-19

31st March 2021 15:00

Andrea Califano Elucidating and Targeting Mechanisms of Single Cell State Maintenance 

9th April 2021 15:00

Francesca Petralia   Integrated proteogenomic characterization across seven histological types of pediatric brain tumors   

27th April 2021 15:00

Francesca Ciccarelli   Molecular and cellular predictors of response to cancer immunotherapy: beyond Tumour Mutational Burden

7th May 2021 15:00

Lucia Marucci   Feedback control as a tool to understand complex dynamics in mammalian cells

14th May 2021 15:00

Tal Danino Synthetic biology: From engineered bacteria gene circuits to cancer therapy 

21th May 2021 15:00

Francesco Sannino The pandemic playbook, a physicist take

14th July 2021 16:00

Gabriele Campanella  Clinical-grade computational pathology

2nd December 2021 10:30

Raoul J.P. Bonnal Single cell omics leverage Machine Learning to dissect tumor microenvironment and cancer immuno editing 

21st January 2022 15:00

Riccardo Zecchina 

The learning landscape in deep neural networks and its exploitation by learning algorithms 

2nd February  2022 15:00

Davide Bedognetti 

Systems biology as a compass to understand tumor-immune interactions in humans 

16th February 2022 15:00 

Nuria Lopez  Computational analysis of cancer genomes 

4th March 2022 15:00 

Serena Nik-Zainal 

Bench to Bytes to Bedside: Converting genomic data into healthcare tools 

 11st March 2022 15:00

Itay Tirosh  Dissecting glioblastoma by single cell RNA-seq

23rd March 2022 15:00 

Oliver Stegle  Computational single-cell biology: from one to many cells

13rd April 2022 15:00 

Andrea Ciliberto Cellular strategies to overcome stimuli that arrest proliferation 

22nd April 2022 15:00 

Olivier Elemento  Towards AI-Driven Cancer Precision Medicine 

29th April 2022 15:00 

Nicole Soranzo  Population and medical genomics applications to human traits and diseases 

11st May 2022 15:00

Velia Siciliano  Designing synthetic circuits with sensing properties and robust expression in mammalian cells 

18th May 2022 15:00 

Mukesh Bansal Driving Precision Medicine and Drug Discovery using Systems Biology approaches 

20th June 2022 15:00 

 Giusy Della Gatta   Accelerating target identification and drug discovery through the power of high scale human genetics  

 

 

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