International collaborations

This page present network of the Laboratory partners in bioinformatics.

Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Prof. Ming Chen

College of Life Sciences

Prof. Ming Chen’s Lab

Sino-Russian Network on bioinformatics

Joint project: RFBR-NSCF China (grant 16-54-53064) “Analysis of transcript structures in crop plants”

Inner Mongolia University for the Nationalities, Tongliao, Inner Mongolia, China – Prof. Haihua Bai

Joint project: RFBR-NSCF China (grant 15-54-53091) “Study on genetic polymorphisms of environmental adaptability and type II diabetes in Mongolian Buryats” (finished in 2016)

Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, China – Prof. Guoliang Li

Joint project: 3D genomics workshop

Hyderabad University, Hyderabad, India – Prof. Chanchal Mitra

Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt – Dr. Salwa Mohammed

Belgrade University, Belgrade, Serbia  Prof. Marko Djordjevic

Joint project: Special issue of Computer Science and Information Systems after BelBI-2016 conferenceCpG-islands in human genome, Supplementary materials

University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, UK  Prof. Rene te Boekhorst

Joint project: Computational problems of analysis of short next generation sequencing reads University of Bath, Bath, UK   Dr. T.Subkhankulova

Joint project: In silico modelling of experimental ChIP-Seq process Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB), Havana, Cuba Dr. Julio Raúl Fernández

Joint project: conference OMICS-2016, publications in journal “Biotecnología Aplicada”, analysis of gene expression.

International meetings:

Past: BGRS\SB-2016 multiconference on bioinformatics

Young Scientists School SBB-2016

Planned: BRICS Symposium on systems computer biology at BGRS-2016

2017 events:

NGS in medical genetics – 2017, Suzdal, Russia 

PlantGen-2017, Alma-Aty, Kazakhstan 

Young Scientists School “Systems Biology and Bioinformatics” (SBB-2017), Yalta, Russia 

Belyaev Readings (BR-2017), Novosibirsk, Russia