University of Bologna
After working in Laboratories of Biophysics both in the United States and in Germany, in 1987 Rita Casadio became Assistant Professor of Biophysics at the University of Bologna Italy. Since 1/10/2003 she is full professor of Biochemistry/Bioinformatics/Biophysics at UNIBO. Presently she is interested in computer modelling of relevant biological processes, such as protein folding and modelling, protein-protein interaction, genome annotation, protein interaction networks, and SNPs search and annotation and their effect on protein stability. One major field of research is the development of specific software for problem solving of large scale analysis of biomedical and biotechnological data out of genome sequencing or experiments on proteomes and interactomes. Methods are based on machine learning.
Claude Bernard University
French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA);
University of Lyon, France
Marie-France Sagot is director of research at the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) and a member of staff at the University of Lyon where she works on computational biology, algorithm analysis and design, and combinatorics. As concerns computational biology, she is more specifically interested by comparative genomics, (co-)evolution, RNA structures, (co-)phylogeny, regulation, biological networks, NGS, and symbiosis. http://team.inria.fr/erable/files/2019/08/Short-CV-MFSagot.pdf
Aix-Marseille Université (AMU), Marseille
Jacques Van Helden is the co-director of the Institut Français de Bioinformatique, a national infrastructure of research, and the French node of the European infrastructure ELIXIR. His teaching domains include bioinformatics, genome analysis, network analysis, analysis of regulatory sequences, biostatistics, programming, biological evolution, biology and society.