Deciphering gene expression programs at single-cell resolution

EVENT : JOINT Seminar C3BI –  DPT DE Biologie du développement et cellules souches Main speaker : Stein Aerts, from Laboratory of Computational Biology. KU Leuven Center for Human Genetics. VIB Center for Brain and Disease Research. Date : 15-02-2019 at 11:00 am Location : Jules Bordet room – METCHNIKOFF (67) ,Institut Pasteur, Paris Single-cell … Continue reading “Deciphering gene expression programs at single-cell resolution”

A Polymer Physics View on Universal and Sequence-Specific Aspects of Chromosome Folding

EVENT : C3BI Seminars Main speaker : Ralf Everaers, from Laboratoire Physique ENS Lyon (UMR CNRS 5672) Date : 17-01-2019 at 02:00 pm Location : Auditorium Francois Jacob – BIME (26) ,Institut Pasteur, Paris Recent advances in genome-wide mapping and imaging techniques have strikingly improved the resolution at which nuclear genome folding can be analyzed … Continue reading “A Polymer Physics View on Universal and Sequence-Specific Aspects of Chromosome Folding”

An evolutionary perspective on meiotic recombination in vertebrates

EVENT : C3BI Seminars Main speaker : Molly Przeworksi, from College de France – Columbia University Date : 20-12-2018 at 02:00 pm Location : Auditorium Francois Jacob – BIME (26) ,Institut Pasteur, Paris Meiotic recombination is a fundamental genetic process that generates new combinations of alleles on which natural selection can act and ensures the … Continue reading “An evolutionary perspective on meiotic recombination in vertebrates”

Frequently Asked Questions (in data analysis)

List of Frequently Asked Question in Statistic How to interpret the p-value of a statistical test? Do I need to adjust p-values when performing multiple testing? What method can I use to correct my p values? How to interpret the p-value of a statistical test? Explanations Analyzing data in biological sciences often involves statistical tests … Continue reading “Frequently Asked Questions (in data analysis)”

Data analysis ENS T109 – 2018/2019

Dates October 8th to 12th, 2018   Course objectives and description  Biological data are often complex and challenging to analyse due to non-normal distributions, nonlinear relationships, spatial/temporal structures and high dimensionality. This course will introduce the students to key concepts and statistical tools for the experimental design and analysis of biological data. After a brief … Continue reading “Data analysis ENS T109 – 2018/2019”