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ISCB News and Announcements

  • ECCB 2020, August 31 – Sept 08, 2020, Virtual Conference
  • RSG with DREAM 2020, Nov 16 - 19, 2020, Virtual ISCB Event
  • ISMB/ECCB 2021, July 25 - 29, 2021, Lyon, France
  • ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX 2020, Oct 28 – 29, 2020, Virtual Symposium
  • Applied Statistical Modelling and Health Informatics PG Cert, King’s College London

ISMB 2020
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ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020

Acquire new knowledge, new tools, new contacts... Register today and experience the endless possibilities of virtual ISMB 2020!

Choose from ISCB COSI Tracks, posters, and keynotes representing a multidisciplinary forum for the dissemination of the latest developments in computational biology/bioinformatics.
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Online Registration Deadline: TODAY July 9, 2020
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 ISCBacademy Webinar Series
 
Mark your calendars for TOMORROW, the 7th of July!
 
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July 07, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT, Genetic Basis Of De Novo Appearance Of Carotenoid Ornamentation In Bare-Parts Of Canaries  by Malgorzata Gazda, hosted by EvolCompGen COSI and SMBE.

Unlike wild and domestic canaries (Serinus canaria), or any of the three dozen species of finches in genus Serinus, the domestic urucum breed of canaries exhibits bright red bills and legs. This novel trait offers a unique opportunity to understand the mechanisms of bare-part coloration in birds. To identify the mutation producing the colorful phenotype, we resequenced the genome of urucum canaries and performed a range of analyses to search for genotype-to-phenotype associations across the genome. We identified a nonsynonymous mutation in the gene BCO2 (beta-carotene oxygenase 2, also known as BCDO2), an enzyme involved in the cleavage and breakdown of full-length carotenoids into short apocarotenoids. Protein structural models and in vitro functional assays indicate that the urucum mutation abrogates the carotenoid-cleavage activity of BCO2. Consistent with the predicted loss of carotenoid-cleavage activity, urucum canaries tended to have increased levels of full-length carotenoid pigments in bill tissue and reduced levels of carotenoid-cleavage products (apocarotenoids) in retinal tissue compared with other breeds of canaries. We hypothesize that carotenoid-based bare-part coloration might be readily gained, modified, or lost through simple switches in the enzymatic activity or regulation of BCO2 and this gene may be an important mediator in the evolution of bare-part coloration among bird species.

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Polls are Open!

 
ISCB members have the privilege to nominate and elect members of the ISCB community to hold leadership positions. The 2020 open officer positions are Vice President and Secretary. The polls are now open for you to cast your vote for members who have accepted nominations for these leadership positions. It is your voice as a member of this prestigious organization to elect these officer positions. You are encouraged to take a moment to cast your vote.

Vice President
 
photo - Alex Bateman, Ph.D. photo - Nicola Mulder, Ph.D. photo - Russell Schwartz, Ph.D.
Alex Bateman, Ph.D.
Nicola Mulder, Ph.D. Russell Schwartz, Ph.D.
 
Secretary
 
photo - Michelle Brazas, Ph.D. photo - Lucia Peixoto, Ph.D.
Michelle Brazas, Ph.D. Lucia Peixoto, Ph.D.
 
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*ISCB members in good standing receive one vote for each open position. To access the ballot, log into My ISCB and click on the link provided in this email or the ISCB Election link in the left-hand menu.
 
 ISCBacademy Webinar Series
 
Mark your calendars for TOMORROW, the 30th of June!
 
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June 30, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT, Global surveillance of COVID-19 by mining news media using a multi-source dynamic embedded topic model by David Buckeridge, an ISCB COVID-19 Webinar

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, understanding the global impact of non-pharmacological interventions (NPI) is important for formulating effective intervention strategies, particularly as many countries prepare for future waves. We used a machine learning approach to distill latent topics related to NPI from large-scale international news media. We hypothesize that these topics are informative about the timing and nature of implemented NPI, dependent on the source of the information (e.g., local news versus official government announcements) and the target countries. Given a set of latent topics associated with NPI (e.g., self-quarantine, social distancing, online education, etc), we assume that countries and media sources have different prior distributions over these topics, which are sampled to generate the news articles. To model the source-specific topic priors, we developed a semi-supervised, multi-source, dynamic, embedded topic model. Our model is able to simultaneously infer latent topics and learn a linear classifier to predict NPI labels using the topic mixtures as input for each news article. To learn these models, we developed an efficient end-to-end amortized variational inference algorithm. We applied our models to news data collected and labelled by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN). Through comprehensive experiments, we observed superior topic quality and intervention prediction accuracy, compared to the baseline embedded topic models, which ignore information on media source and intervention labels. The inferred latent topics reveal distinct policies and media framing in different countries and media sources, and also characterize reaction COVID-19 and NPI in a semantically meaningful manner.

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ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020

 
Virtual ISMB 2020 Workshop and Tutorial Program
 
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 ISCBacademy Webinar Series
 
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June 30, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT, Global surveillance of COVID-19 by mining news media using a multi-source dynamic embedded topic model by David Buckeridge, an ISCB COVID-19 Webinar
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, understanding the global impact of non-pharmacological interventions (NPI) is important for formulating effective intervention strategies, particularly as many countries prepare for future waves. We used a machine learning approach to distill latent topics related to NPI from large-scale international news media. We hypothesize that these topics are informative about the timing and nature of implemented NPI, dependent on the source of the information (e.g., local news versus official government announcements) and the target countries. Given a set of latent topics associated with NPI (e.g., self-quarantine, social distancing, online education, etc), we assume that countries and media sources have different prior distributions over these topics, which are sampled to generate the news articles. To model the source-specific topic priors, we developed a semi-supervised, multi-source, dynamic, embedded topic model. Our model is able to simultaneously infer latent topics and learn a linear classifier to predict NPI labels using the topic mixtures as input for each news article. To learn these models, we developed an efficient end-to-end amortized variational inference algorithm. We applied our models to news data collected and labelled by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN). Through comprehensive experiments, we observed superior topic quality and intervention prediction accuracy, compared to the baseline embedded topic models, which ignore information on media source and intervention labels. The inferred latent topics reveal distinct policies and media framing in different countries and media sources, and also characterize reaction COVID-19 and NPI in a semantically meaningful manner.
Let us know how the COVID-19 Pandemic is impacting you
As we consider how we can best serve and support the bioinformatics and computational biology research community during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, we’d like to hear from you about how current circumstances are affecting your ability and/or desire to participate in face-to-face events, and what might be helpful alternatives to such programs. Please take ~5 minutes to take our community assessment survey. Your feedback will help guide our strategic discussions.
 
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Register Today for the Hackathon@ISMB 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic, we realized that some of the capabilities for sharing structures and structural analyses with peers, in preprints through URLs could be a valuable mechanism to enable collaborative research between scientists. We are racing to add functionality to broaden analytical capabilities to analyze membrane proteins, cell surface proteins, and to bridge the worlds of sequencing, structure, and function. We also need to make structural information accessible to scientists with little knowledge in structure. The software has integrated the visualization of sequence (1D) and structure (3D) and started on 2D, initially at the ISMB 2016 hackathon. We propose to prototype new functionality on that same hackathon model, this time online at ISMB2020. To register for the hackathon, please complete this application form. Applications are due 11 July 2020 by 4pm EDT.
 
Bioinformatics Workshop Fiesta 2020/21
BWF is a joint effort that aims to grow bioinformatics skills and competencies in the community. The series offers a plethora of 16 workshops of choice, with a proposed pathway. We invite all passionate educators to join us as instructors for BWF 2020/21 workshops (www.ambis.org.sg/bwf-2020), which will be held virtually (online) from August 2020 to June 2021. Register your interest here:
https://bit.ly/bwfinstructor
 
ISCB COVID-19 Section - Call for Submissions
If you are a member of ISCB we encourage you to submit entries to the Science collection and Tutorial collection. Your submission entails a pointer to the science content, a short description of background or purpose (two lines) and lists your name as submitter. Submission will be subjected to a basic check of scope and purpose.
ISCB COVID-19 Section
ECCB 2020 Goes Virtual
ECCB 2020 Goes Virtual
The ECCB2020 Organising Committee has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation globally and its impact on the conference. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains to ensure the health and safety of all the ECCB2020 participants. This is the reason that leads us to announce that ECCB in its traditional format will be postponed to 2022 and a fully virtual edition for ECCB2020 will be organized. This virtual edition - the first one in 19th editions - will be structurally simpler to facilitate attendees' interactions while keeping the spirit of the ECCB series.
 
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the ISCB Community Journal
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the
ISCB Community Journal
Did you know you can publish an article describing new software tools you have created? Software tool articles cover all aspects of your software, from details of the code used and examples of data inputs, to tips for other researchers on maximizing the tool’s potential. Benefit from proper code syntax highlighting, interactive figures, Code Ocean capsules, and indexing through Scopus and PubMed to increase the visibility of your research. Find out more here and submit today to the ISCB Community Journal on F1000Research.
ISCB Art in Science Award - Final Call
As part of the virtual ISMB 2020, the ISCB Art in Science Competition is a way to show the beauty of science in art form, especially topics related to Computational and Molecular Biology. All interested members may submit images that have been generated as part of a research project and other creative efforts that involve scientific concepts or employ scientific tools and methods. Find the beauty of science through art! - Submit your artwork.
Don't Miss! Important Deadlines below!
ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX 2020 | Oct 25 – 30, 2020 | Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexic Abstracts deadline: August 24, 2020
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ISCBacademy Webinar Series June 30, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT, Global surveillance of COVID-19 by mining news media using a multi-source dynamic embedded topic model by David Buckeridge, an ISCB COVID-19 Webinar
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ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020
 
ISMB 2020 Register for Online Workshop and Tutorial Program
ISMB 2020 will hold a series of online workshops and tutorials prior to the start of the ISMB 2020 virtual conference scientific program. Don't miss your chance to attend these programs. Register early as space is limited.

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 ISMB 2020  July 13 - 16, 2020Join us for the

ISMB 2020 Virtual Conference

Registration is now open at:

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Mark your calendars for Friday, the 26 of June!
 
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June 26, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT, At Home with Covid-19
by Brian Shoichet, an ISCB COVID-19 Webinar

The urgency of the coronavirus pandemic has motivated investigators world wide to seek approved drugs or investigation new drugs as a way to rapidly advance therapeutics into clinical trials to treat the disease. I will describe a large collaboration, hosted by the UCSF Quantitative Biology Institute, to do that in a mechanistically focused way. Using AP-MS, a host-pathogen network of viral and human proteins was created, and drugs were sought targeting the human partner. From among 322 high confidence human proteins associated with 26 viral proteins emerged 63 that were druggable. Against those, 69 drugs were tested for efficacy, and from these 10 drugs in two broad classes emerged: those targeting protein biogenesis, and those acting against the Sigma1 and Sigma2 receptors. The activities of these drugs, and the chemoinformatics infrastructure that supported their selection, will be discussed. The mechanism-based repurposing strategy will be compared to a complementary effort that targets viral proteins and seeks novel chemical matter, using structure-based ultra-large library docking.

*Access to the webinar series is complimentary for ISCB members. Nonmembers can join for a fee.

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ISCB Statement on Countering Social Injustice
 
The International Society for Computational Biology abhors the losses, harm, pain, and distress caused by racism in all forms.  ISCB acknowledges, respects, and promotes the value of a diverse community as core to our international organization and culture.  ISCB leadership has taken a pause to reflect on recent events – to listen, learn, and consider how ISCB, as a global organization, can do even more to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion.

ISCB is committed to creating a safe, inclusive, and equal society for all our members. These values are enshrined in the Society’s code of conduct, values, and ethics.  The events of the past weeks highlight the painful reality of racism, systemic discrimination, and violence for many in the world. ISCB leadership took this time to evaluate where our Society stands and how we can help.  

ISCB actively seeks to help scientists and communities who lack the resources available to many of our members.  Every year, we offer conference travel fellowships to students from countries and backgrounds underrepresented in science, technology, and mathematics.  This year, the Society’s flagship meeting, Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology 2020, will be a new virtual experience.  The online platform provides a unique, new opportunity to invite broader global participation from Computational Biologists worldwide, regardless of socio-economic background.  Our invitation for everybody to join is supported by a fee structure that takes the economic background of delegates into account.

ISCB has sought to create a diverse and inclusive environment where all can come together, meet, exchange ideas, and work toward goals in an atmosphere of safety, respect and civility.  We want to do even more to address the core issues of racial injustice that have now been made clear through recent events.  Thus, we pledge to continue our diversity efforts and seek to expand them.  This is no easy task and we recognize that systemic change requires new ideas and all of our voices to be heard.  We would like to hear from members of our community and are keen to identify actionable issues and weaknesses in the society that we can address.  We invite you to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your concrete, actionable ideas.

We support all members, especially those who identify as part of a marginalized group.  We call upon all our members to work within our communities to confront and oppose racism, discrimination, and harassment.

Our field of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology already bridges multiple disciplines and people of different backgrounds.  At many institutions around the world, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology cross multiple Departments, Divisions, and Schools.  Let’s use our multidisciplinary abilities to work together to navigate these trying times and to find ways to lead and exemplify unconditional support for each other and for human and civil rights.  Let’s strive together to promote belonging and inclusiveness where each of us, with our diverse backgrounds, skills, training and talents can excel. Together we can use our science, our networks, and our good will to help build a better world.
 
 

 

ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX Virtual Symposium,  October 28 - 29, 2020
 
The ISCB, SoIBio, BioNetMx leadership teams have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Out of an abundance of caution, the ISCB-Latin America SoIBio BioNetMX conference held as a face-to-face gathering will be postponed until November 3 - 7, 2021.

We recognize how important it is to continue to share scientific research and network, thus we are preparing a two-day virtual symposium October 28 - 29, 2020. This two-day event will feature:

  • Invited speakers
  • Roundtable networking breakouts
  • Women in STEM panel discussion
  • Flash talks selected from an open call for abstracts
  • Scientific talks selected from articles submissions to Interface Focus Journal
The conference leadership team is still working to define all of the particulars related to shifting the conference to an online symposium. We appreciate your patience as we do this. In the meantime, please mark your calendars for October 28 - 29, and consider submitting research for presentation consideration.

More information and updates can be found at https://www.iscb.org/iscb-latinamerica2020.

Sincerely,
ISCB-Latin America SoIBio BioNetMX Leadership
 

ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX Virtual Symposium,  October 28 - 29, 2020

 
 

 

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ISMB 2020 - July 13 - 16, 2020

Register Today for an ISMB 2020 Tutorial:
Tutorial 1: Mutational signature analysis: pipelines, machine learning, and benchmarking on synthetic data
Tutorial 2: Finding and analyzing data in the cloud with Gen3, Dockstore, Terra, and Galaxy
Tutorial 3: Full-Length RNA-Seq Analysis using PacBio long reads: from reads to functional interpretation
Tutorial 4: A practical introduction to biomedical text mining in the era of deep learning
Tutorial 5: BioC++ - solving daily bioinformatic tasks with C++ efficiently
Tutorial 6: Translational use of multifaceted RNA-Seq bioinformatics analysis in genetic disease investigation
Tutorial 7: Automation of Network Analysis in the Cytoscape Ecosystem
Register early for tutorials as space is limited.
 
ISMB 2020 Tutorial Registration
Let us know how the COVID-19 Pandemic is impacting you
As we consider how we can best serve and support the bioinformatics and computational biology research community during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, we’d like to hear from you about how current circumstances are affecting your ability and/or desire to participate in face-to-face events, and what might be helpful alternatives to such programs. Please take ~5 minutes to take our community assessment survey. Your feedback will help guide our strategic discussions.
 
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 ISCBacademy Webinar Series
 
In conjunction with the communities of special interest (COSIs), select presentations are invited to give a live-streamed talk about their research. Access to the webinar series is complimentary for ISCB members. Nonmember can join for a fee. Mark your calendar for these upcoming webinars.

ISMB 2020 Fellowship Award Program
ISMB 2020 Fellowship Program is now accepting applicants. If you are unable to afford the participation fee for ISMB 2020 and hold an active ISCB membership, you can submit for a fellowship award that will cover the cost of the registration fees. With these unprecedented times, we will be opening up these awards to anyone who is an active ISCB member with priority going to members in low-income countries and students and postdoctoral fellows.
ISCB COVID-19 Section - Call for Submissions
If you are a member of ISCB we encourage you to submit entries to the Science collection and Tutorial collection. Your submission entails a pointer to the science content, a short description of background or purpose (two lines) and lists your name as submitter. Submission will be subjected to a basic check of scope and purpose.
ISCB COVID-19 Section
ECCB 2020 Goes Virtual
ECCB 2020 Goes Virtual
The ECCB2020 Organising Committee has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation globally and its impact on the conference. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains to ensure the health and safety of all the ECCB2020 participants. This is the reason that leads us to announce that ECCB in its traditional format will be postponed to 2022 and a fully virtual edition for ECCB2020 will be organized. This virtual edition - the first one in 19th editions - will be structurally simpler to facilitate attendees' interactions while keeping the spirit of the ECCB series.
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the ISCB Community Journal
 
Call for Papers: Publish your software tools in the
ISCB Community Journal
Did you know you can publish an article describing new software tools you have created? Software tool articles cover all aspects of your software, from details of the code used and examples of data inputs, to tips for other researchers on maximizing the tool’s potential. Benefit from proper code syntax highlighting, interactive figures, Code Ocean capsules, and indexing through Scopus and PubMed to increase the visibility of your research. Find out more here and submit today to the ISCB Community Journal on F1000Research.
ISCB Art in Science Award - Final Call
As part of the virtual ISMB 2020, the ISCB Art in Science Competition is a way to show the beauty of science in art form, especially topics related to Computational and Molecular Biology. All interested members may submit images that have been generated as part of a research project and other creative efforts that involve scientific concepts or employ scientific tools and methods. Find the beauty of science through art! - Submit your artwork.
Don't Miss! Important Deadlines below!
ISCB-LA SoIBio BioNetMX 2020 | Oct 25 – 30, 2020 | Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexic Abstracts deadline: August 24, 2020
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ISCBacademy Webinar Series June 12, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT
Fast Coalescent-Based Computation of Local Branch Support from Quartet Frequencies by Erfan Sayyari, hosted by EvolCompGen COSI
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December 09 - 11, 2020
ISMB 2020 Virtual Conference Registration
 
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