Join us on July 11th for the first seminar of the MoDal project!
The MoDal project, supported by Biogenouest, aims at developing synergies in the exploitation of heterogeneous datasets in biology and biomedical imaging. From human genomics and in-vitro or in-vivo imagery, to animal and vegetal models, these data are, currently mainly exploited separately.
The goal of this seminar is to initiate a conversation between key stakeholders in Brittany and Pays de la Loire, and to make an inventory on existing initiatives.
We will receive two keynote speakers:
- Catherine Faron-Zucker, I3S laboratory, Sophia-Antipolis, « Injecting Domain Knowledge in Electronic Medical Records to Improve Hospitalization Prediction »
- Ivan Moszer, ICM, Paris, « Towards an Integrated Environment for Neuroscience Research »
and full program is here.
Registration is free (but mandatory) at: https://forms.gle/zWnGnqDbRME4UWTY9
More information on Modal website
The MoDal project gathers Alban Gaignard, Richard Redon at l’institut du Thorax Nantes, and Camille Maumet, Olivier Dameron, Christian Barillot, Anne Siegel at IRISA-Inria Rennes. I’m its Inserm host for Biogenouest. It focuses on the integration and interrogation of genomics and neuroimaging’s data.