Online workshop series “Strategies to overcome your challenges in multi-omics data integration”

X-omics is inviting you to an online workshop series on challenges and solutions for multi-omics data integration.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

10 AM - 12 PM CET

data workshop1

Data standards and multi-omics data integration

In the first workshop, you will learn about common standards for different types of omics data, public databases, and FAIR omics data. We invited experts that will explain how to lay the foundations for successful multi-omics data integration.

Thursday, June 22, 2020

12 PM - 2 PM CET
data workshop2

Linked data in practice: An RDF-based approach with SPARQLing-genomics

We look at an example of how to create and query linked data.

Thursday, June 25, 2020

2 PM - 4 PM CET
data workshop3

Showcases of multi-omics data integration

The third session will highlight showcases of multi-omics data integration. You will learn first-hand what challenges other researchers experienced and how they approached them.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

10 AM - 12 PM CET
data workshop3

Pitch your own multi-omics project

Finally, we invite you to pitch your own multi-omics project and discuss it with other researchers and experts from the field.

Pitch your project

Save the dates!

More details on the program will be added in the coming days. 
Registration will be open soon!
The X-omics project management team.

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Big data in the fight against Covid-19 – Podcast

Peter-Bram ‘t Hoen, our core team member and leader of the data pillar was invited to give his opinion on the use of big data in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. 

On Tuesday 19th May he talked about the Personal Health Train project as an efficient way of making health data accessible In the NPO podcast “De Dag” 

Interested in what he has to say? Listen to the podcast:

NPO podcast "De Dag" (In Dutch only)

High-Resolution mRNA and Secretome Atlas of Human Enteroendocrine Cells

Researchers from our partner institution Utrecht University have worked together with researchers from the Hubrecht Institute and in collaboration with other research teams and generated an in-depth description of the hormone-producing cells in the human gut. 

These are very rare and unique cells to different species of animals which makes them difficult to study. An extensive toolbox has been developed by the researchers to study human hormone-producing cells in tiny versions of the gut grown in the lab (organoids). These tools allowed them to uncover secrets of the human gut.

More information about this research

The study findings and results are presented in the scientific journal Cell.

PMID: 32407674

X-omics brochure

One thing X-omics has been working on lately is composing its very first brochure. We are excited to announce that it is now available.

The brochure will provide you with all the information you need:

  • General information
  • Overview of all available services
  • Access to the X-omics helpdesk

Check it out, you can find it here

Website update

As you may notice, the X-omics website had a major update. We are pleased with the result and we truly hope that you, as a visitor, like this new design too.

The news section is totally renewed. We have added an event calendar, with the focus on events related to X-omics and one of its pillars. Mostly taking place in de Netherlands.
Besides the event calendar, we added a highlight section in which you will be updated on the X-omics highlights.

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Cancellation Radboud Summer School

X-omics is one of the course leaders of the Radboud Summer School, in particular of the summer course “Integrative X-omics Analyses Empowering Personalized Healthcare”. The course was supposed to take place from 6 till 10 July 2020. Unfortunately we have to bring you the news that Radboud Summer School has come to the decision to cancel this year’s edition, due to the global coronavirus outbreak. 

We look forward to welcoming all of those interested at the Radboud Summer School in 2021. 

NWO logoThis research was (partially) funded by NWO, project 184.034.019