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List of oral communications
The following list includes accepted oral communications ordered by first author surname.

  • GenotypeAnalytics: an RESTful Platform to mine multiple associations between SNPs and drug response in case-control studies.
    Giuseppe Agapito, Pietro Hiram Guzzi and Mario Cannataro.
  • Interoperability of RehabRobo-Onto.
    Zeynep Dogmus, Volkan Patoglu and Esra Erdem.
  • Melanoma expression analysis with Big Data technologies.
    Alicia Fernandez-Rovira, Rocio Lavado, Miguel Ángel Berciano Guerrero, Ismael Navas-Delgado and Jose F Aldana Montes.
  • Personalised models for human – gut microbiota interaction.
    David Gilbert and Monika Heiner.
  • From trash to treasure: detecting unexpected contamination in unmapped NGS data.
    Ilaria Granata, Mara Sangiovanni, Mario Rosario Guarracino and Amarinder Singh Thind.
  • Multi-resolution network modelling of T-cells for precisions medicine of multiple sclerosis.
    Mika Gustafsson.
  • Greedy motif-based approach to parsing large and diverge coiled-coil proteins into domains.
    Hamed Khakzad, Johan Malmström and Lars Malmström.
  • Identification of Mutational Signatures Active in Individual Tumors.
    Sandra Krüger and Rosario M. Piro.
  • Epistasis analysis reveals associations between gene variants and bipolar disorder.
    Carlo Maj, Elena Milanesi, Massimo Gennarelli, Luciano Milanesi and Ivan Merelli.
  • PGxO: A very lite ontology to reconcile pharmacogenomic knowledge units.
    Pierre Monnin, Clément Jonquet, Joël Legrand, Amedeo Napoli and Adrien Coulet.
  • Parameters tuning boosts hyperSMURF predictions of rare deleterious non-coding genetic variants.
    Alessandro Petrini, Max Schubach, Matteo Re, Marco Frasca, Marco Mesiti, Giuliano Grossi, Tiziana Castrignanò, Peter Robinson and Giorgio Valentini.
  • GenHap: A Novel Computational Method Based on Genetic Algorithms for Haplotype Assembly.
    Andrea Tangherloni, Simone Spolaor, Leonardo Rundo, Marco S. Nobile, Ivan Merelli, Paolo Cazzaniga, Daniela Besozzi, Giancarlo Mauri and Pietro Liò.
  • MTopGO: a tool for module identification in PPI Networks.
    Danila Vella, Simone Marini, Francesca Vitali and Riccardo Bellazzi.
  • A Dynamic Bayesian Network model for simulation of disease progression in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis patients.
    Alessandro Zandonà, Matilde Francescon, Maya Bronfeld, Andrea Calvo, Adriano Chiò and Barbara Di Camillo.