Systems Glycomics
Beilstein Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium 2017

12 – 16 June 2017

Akademie Berlin-Schmöckwitz, Berlin, Germany

The Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium 2017 will bring together glycochemists and biologists with experts in bioinformatics and computer sciences.

Scientific Program:

Daniel Kolarich / Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam

René Ranzinger / University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Peter H. Seeberger / Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam

William S. York / University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Martin G. Hicks and Carsten Kettner / Beilstein-Institut

 



 

Topics 2017

 

  • unravelling the complexity of structures and roles of glycoconjugates,

  • cooperativity of glycoconjugates with other macromolecules in the cell

  • integration of data from glycomics, proteomics and genomics resources creating a systems wide functional network

  • strategies for mining and analysing large data sets and high-throughput data

  • adding glycoconjugates to the systems biology equation

  • software tools for data storage, analysis, mining and sharing

Confirmed speakers

Kiyoko Aoki-Kinoshita / Soka University, Tokyo, Japan

Klas-Ola Blixt / University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Sabine Flitsch / The University of Manchester, UK

Gerald W. Hart / Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

Nathan E. Lewis / University of California San Diego, USA

Frédérique Lisacek / Swiss Bioinformatics Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

Lara K. Mahal / New York University, USA

Nicolle Packer / Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

James C. Paulson / The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, USA

 

René Ranzinger / University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Peter H. Seeberger / Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany

Ajit Varki / University of California San Diego, USA

Linda C. Hsieh-Wilson / California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA

Manfred Wuhrer / Leiden University Center, The Netherlands

William S. York / University of Georgia, Athens, USA

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