• Would you like to learn how to prepare and analyse different human samples using whole-genome sequencing?
  • Are you interested in developing pipelines and analysing microbiome data?
  • Do you want to learn how to correlate microbiome with clinical data?

A combined laboratory and bioinformatic PhD position is available at the University of Fribourg from February 2022 for a study on “Antibiotic-induced disruption of the maternal and infant microbiota and adverse health outcomes – The ABERRANT study

Deadline: November 30, 2021

For more info look at the Call

Recorded presentations of speakers at the ML4Microbiome Symposium “Grand Challenges of Data-Intensive Science in Microbiome & Metagenome Data Analysis and Training” and Workshop “Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques for Microbiome Data Analysis” are now available on YouTube.

ML4Microbiome Symposium 2021 – YouTube

ML4Microbiome Workshop 2021 – YouTube

Presentations of speakers at the ML4Microbiome Symposium “Grand Challenges of Data-Intensive Science in Microbiome & Metagenome Data Analysis and Training” and at the Workshop “Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques for Microbiome Data Analysis” now available from the events web pages by clicking on the title in the programme.

We are delighted to announce the programme of the EMBnet & GOBLET Annual General Meeting 2021, including the ML4Microbiome Symposium “Grand Challenges of Data-Intensive Science in microbiome & metagenome data analysis and training” and the “Workshop on Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques for Microbiome Data Analysis(respectively October 14th-15th, 2021).

Rooms for registration are still available up to October 8th.

Registration form

Full Programme

 

Microbiome sequencing ONLINE Webinar series – Webinar 3: The microbiome and intestinal health

Marcus Presenting

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 2021 AT 4:00 PM (CEST)

The ML4Microbiome Training School 2021 will be held virtually on 27-28 September & 4-7-8 October 2021!

Visit the Training school webpage, look at the programme and register. Registration is free and open to everybody who is interested in learning about Machine Learning applied to the analysis of microbiome data.

Topics

Microbiome biology

Microbiome sampling & wet-lab basics, study design

Metagenomic data analysis for human gut microbiota: statistical specificity of microbiome data

Statistical analysis of microbiome data

Compositional data analysis

Machine learning: basic concepts

Avoiding compositionality and absolute abundance profiling

Discussion on rarefying, clustering and data transformation (alr/clr/ilr)

Unsupervised learning: Basic approaches

Supervised machine learning: Methods and Model Quality Assessment

Hands-on sessions on Unsupervised & Supervised Machine Learning

ML4Microbiome organises a WORKSHOP on Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques for Microbiome Data Analysis on 15 October 2021 | 12:00-16:00 (CEST) as part of the EMBnet & GOBLET Annual General Meeting  2021.

Registration Open!

 

Visit the Workshop website and register by October 10th, 2021.

An ML4Microbiome Symposium on “Grand Challenges of Data-Intensive Science in microbiome & metagenome data analysis and training”  will be held online on October 14th, 2021, from 12:00 to 16:30 CEST.

Registration Open!

 

Visit the Symposium web page and register by October 10th, 2021.

 

An ML4Microbiome Working Groups Meeting has been convened on 7-8 July 2021.

The Agenda and presentation are available at the Meeting web page

Call open for applications for Virtual Networking Support (VNS) Manager and Virtual Mobility (VM) Grants.

Info at VNS Tools – ML4 Microbiome

Deadline for Applications: 30 June 2021