Poster sessions

Poster session 1

Poster Number, Submitting Author, Title

  1. Mark Daniel Ziemann, Digital Expression Explorer 2: a repository of uniformly processed RNA sequencing data for several important model species

  2. Khelina Fedorchuk, 3D segmentation and tracking of cells using deep convolutional neural networks

  3. Vindhya Vasini Shatdarsanam, Identifying epistasis underlying Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) to understand the genetic architecture of the disease.

  4. Feargal Ryan, Alterations in blood gene expression and the composition of the gut microbiota in preterm infants diagnosed with bronchopulmonary dysplasia

  5. Jumana Yousef, Geographical attribution of Ricinus communis using Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms

  6. Jacob Munro, Optimised design of amplicons for deep sequencing in Plasmodium vivax infections

  7. Ali Mahmoudi, Inference under the coalescent with recombination using a new data structure

  8. Monther Alhamdoosh, AbSeq: unravelling the unknowns in antibody library construction and bio-panning for drug discovery

  9. Ramyar Molania, Removing unwanted variation from TCGA RNA-seq data using pseudo- replicates

  10. Yiwen Wang, Adjusting for batch effects in microbiome data

  11. Ruebena Dawes, Gene discovery informatics toolkit defines candidate genes for unexplained infertility and prenatal/infantile mortality.

  12. Paul Angel, The Cell Landscape in Stemformatics

  13. Chelsea Mayoh, Molecular Profiling Results of the Zero Childhood Cancer Program: A Precision Medicine Platform for Children with High-Risk Cancer

  14. Jarny Choi, Stemformatics: visualise and download curated stem cell data

  15.  Marcela Cespedes, Fast unsupervised feature selection for quantiative biological data using mixture models

  16. James Hogan, Comparative Visualisation of Regulatory Networks at Scale

  17. James Hogan, The Bad Visualisation Project

  18. Jan Piotr Buchmann, EndoVir: A Pipeline for Discovery of Novel Endogenous Viruses

  19. Liam Fearnley, Computational challenges in pgRNA CRISPR screen design

  20. Moshe Olshansky, Very fast computing of the first eigenvector of the correlation matrix of a sparse matrix with applications to HiC data analysis

  21. Shaun Carswell, Tissue-of-origin prediction via rank correlation of expression profiles from long-read RNA signal

  22. Simon Sadedin, Bazam: a rapid and convenient tool for realignment of genomic data

  23. Rebecca Poulos, Scarcity of recurrent regulatory mutations in colorectal cancer revealed by targeted deep sequencing

  24. YongKiat Wee, Identification of novel prognosis-related genes associated with cancer using integrative network analysis

  25. Richard Lupat, Using Deep Learning Techniques to Predict Prognostic Genes from Breast Cancer Datasets

  26. Leon Di Stefano, Nix for reproducible research

  27. Alexandra Garnham, Pathway-VisualiseR

  28. Ning Liu, A glance at the 3D genome structure of regulatory T cells with in situ HiC

  29. Anup Shah, LFQ-Analyst: An interactive web-platform to analyse quantitative proteomics data

  30. Simon Gladman, The Galaxy Australia bioinformatics infrastructure platform.

  31. Tulio Campos, A systematic evaluation of eukaryotic essential gene predictions using machine-learning algorithms trained with protein sequence-derived features

  32. Haloom Rafehi, Estimating mutation age using shared ancestral haplotypes

  33. Nicholas C. Wong, De-novo assembly of the Papio hamadryas genome.

  34. Waruni Abeysekera, Identifying Hepatitis B virus integration events on Mouse genome

  35. Nicolas Canete, High-throughput analysis of multidimensional microscopy to visualise HIV and its target cell interactions in situ

  36. Greg Bass, ConCoR: A software pipeline for high-throughput image analysis of time-dependent colocalization data

  37. Piumi Rajapaksha, 16S rDNA Meta-genomic Analysis of Bacterial Diversity Associated with Seed Potato Imported into Sri Lanka for Cultivation

  38. Cameron Jack, Oz Mammals Genomics Initiative Target Capture Cloud Platform (TCCP)

  39. Emma Gail, Systematic mapping of molecular interactions within the epigenetic modifier complex PRC2 provides a mechanistic framework for its functional diversity

  40. Allan Motyer, Single Cell Whole Genome Sequencing – A Comparison of NGS Platforms

  41. Andrian Yang, Scavenger: A pipeline for recovery of unaligned reads utilising similarity with aligned reads

  42. Qing Wang, Comprehensive evaluation of somatic variant detection algorithms using Ion Torrent targeted deep sequencing data

  43. Eddie K.K. Ip, Genetic burden in a Whole Genome Sequenced heterogeneous cohort of Congenital Heart Disease cases.

  44. Peter Georgeson, Identifying and characterising high resolution mutational signatures from DNA mismatch repair deficient tumours

  45. Ismael Vergara, Exploring the clinical implications of tetraploidization and aneuploidy in melanoma and other cancers

  46. Kajal Zibaei, Quantifying clonal responses to determine how the T cell response is regulated

  47. Benjamin Goudey, Improved HLA-based prediction of coeliac disease using genomic risk score methodologies identifies two novel HLA risk modifiers and improves clinical testing.


  49. Samaneh Farashi, Causal variants that underlie miR-eQTLs in Prostate Cancer

  50. Sarah Williams, Celaref: Annotating single-cell RNAseq clusters by similarity to reference datasets

  51. Mark B Schultz, HAVIC: a bioinformatics pipeline for Hepatitis A Virus Infection Cluster detection

Poster session 2

  1. Pasi Korhonen, Common Workflow Language (CWL)-based software pipeline for de novo genome assembly from long- and short-read data

  2. Jake Bradford, A Performance Review of Computational Tools for CRISPR-Cas9 Guide Design

  3. Abolfazl JalalAbadi, Combining independent single-cell RNA-seq studies using a component-based approach

  4. Aparna Elangovan, Application of deep learning in weakly supervised biomedical relation extraction

  5. Rick M Tankard, Detecting disease-causing repeat expansions in next-generation sequencing data

  6. Dharmesh Bhuva, Evaluation and characterisation of differential co-expression analysis methods

  7. Agus Hartoyo, Sloppy parameters in fitting a non-linear model for brain dynamics

  8. Melanie Smith, A comprehensive miRSeq profile of miRNA in the human placenta across early gestation.

  9. Monika Mohenska, TINC: A method to dissect transcriptional complexes at single locus resolution

  10. Timothy Peters, Genome-wide bisulfite sequencing of rogue and memory B cells using scBS-Seq

  11. Stuart Archer, Analysing Translation Complex Profiling data to find mechanisms of translation regulation.

  12. Luke Gandolfo, Batch or biology? Using RLE plots to visualize the difference in the presence of confounding

  13. Katalina Bobowik, Regulatory variation and selection in traditional populations of Southeast Asia

  14. Brendan Robert E. Ansell, Leveraging public transcriptomics data to understand retinal health and disease

  15. Megan Soon, Lineage tracing of effector to memory transitions in CD4+ T cells during malaria using single-cell RNA-seq.

  16. Asa Perez-Bercoff, Using structural variant detection to resolve difficult regions of a genome assembly

  17. Meng How Tan, Direct RNA sequencing using nanopores

  18. Tingting Gong, A critical look at somatic structural variant detection for cancer genomics

  19. Steve Monger, Spliceogen: an integrative tool for comprehensive discovery of splice-altering variants on the genome scale

  20. Heeva Baharlou, Autofluorescence Remover: A Novel Method to Identify and Remove Tissue Autofluorescence

  21. Kirsti Paulsen, Optimising intrinsic protein disorder prediction for short linear motif discovery

  22. Matthew Z DeMaere, bin3C : Hi-C mediated retrieval of metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs)

  23. Jason Whyte, Biological modelling, and rarely asked questions of the 21st century

  24. Sara Ettamimi, Taxonomic characterization and functional analysis of microbial diversity in Moroccan rivers using a metagenomics approach

  25. Hannah Huckstep, Signalling Networks in the Analysis of Proteomic Data

  26. Katarina Stuart, Evolution in invasive populations: using genomics to reveal drivers of invasion success in the Australian European starling (Sturnus vulgaris) introduction across Australia.

  27. Jieun Hani Kim, Reconstruction of dynamic transcriptional networks during pluripotency transition by adaptive learning of trans-omics

  28. Marie Trussart, Development of new computational methods to elucidate the molecular dynamics of drug treatment using CyTOF

  29. Chi Nam Ignatius Pang, Benchmarking Protein Correlation Profiling datasets against reference protein complexes: case studies in S. cerevisiae

  30. Kevin Wang, RUV-Pro: Remove Unwanted Variation in prospective omics experiments

  31. Carolyn de Graaf, Haemopedia RNA-seq: a database of gene expression during haematopoiesis in mice and humans

  32. Kirill Tsyganov, Making better use of the lost reads in RNA-seq data

  33. Sungbo Cho, Feather pecking behaviour is related to specific amino acid degradation in the proventriculus of laying hens

  34. Andrew Lonsdale, Oncopipe: a clinical pipeline for cancer RNA-seq

  35. Alistair Chalk, RNA editing in an editing deficient Adar1 mouse model

  36. Maina Bitar, The transcriptional landscape of neuronal stem-cells across life-stages reveals unexplored pathways towards the understanding of ageing

  37. Peter Kozulin, A de novo transcriptomic investigation of the Australian fat-tailed dunnart marsupial reveals molecular heterochronies of the mammalian neocortex

  38. Jason Steen, Comparison of variant callers for use with Hi-Plex targeted sequencing panels

  39. Peter Hickey, Developing 'standard' bioinformatics analyses for the Single Cell Open Research Endeavour (SCORE)

  40. Shila Ghazanfar, Examining measures of cell damage in association with specific cell types for droplet-based single cell RNA-Sequencing technologies

  41. Kitty Lo, Detecting alternative polyadenylation in single cell RNAseq experiments

  42. Ju Yeon Jung, Ancestry informative genetic markers for six Asian populations

  43. Holly Whitfield, MicroRNA-Mediated Regulatory Networks within Breast Cancer Progression

  44. Susan Corley, QuantSeq 3' sequencing paired with Salmon quantification provides a fast reliable approach for high throughput transcriptomic analysis

  45. Mirana Ramialison, 3D-cardiomics: a three-dimensional digital map of the cardiac transcriptome

  46. Mengbo Li, Using Omics Data to Guide Classification in Neuroimaging Studies of Brain Diseases

  47. Anushi, Evaluation of De Novo mutation Calling Tools

  48. Daniel Cameron, GRIDSS2: Detecting breakpoints in repetitive sequence

  49. Xabier Vázquez-Campos, OTUreporter: an automated pipeline for the analysis and report of amplicon sequencing data

  50. Luis Lara, Reconstructing the Evolutionary Trajectories of BIG 1-98

  51. Andrew Bakshi, Computational reconstruction of the evolution an aggressive prostate cancer with a rare morphology

  52. Shivakumar Keerthikumar, Development of Prostate Cancer Database: Integration of clinical, experimental and genomic data of prostate cancer cohorts