Meet the past SIB Awards Laureates – Christophe Dessimoz

In 2019, the SIB Bioinformatics Awards will be presented for the 10th time, providing a great occasion to reach out to past laureates and ask them where they are now in their career. In this interview, we met with Christophe Dessimoz, recipient of the 2012 SIB Early Career Bioinformatician Award.

SIB is part of a European project to improve data sharing and reuse in the life sciences

SIB is lending its expertise in data management to the FAIRplus project, aiming to increase the discovery, accessibility and reusability of data from selected projects funded by the European Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), as well as internal data from pharmaceutical industry partners.

Meet the past SIB Awards Laureates – Guillaume Rey

In 2019, the SIB Bioinformatics Awards will be presented for the 10th time, providing a great occasion to reach out to past laureates and ask them where they are now in their career. In this interview, we met with Guillaume Rey, recipient of the 2011 SIB Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award. 

Meet the past SIB Awards Laureates – Nacho Molina

In 2019, the SIB Bioinformatics Awards will be presented for the 10th time, providing a great occasion to reach out to past laureates and ask them where they are now in their career. In this interview, we met with Nacho Molina, recipient of the 2011 SIB Early Career Bioinformatician Award.

Switzerland to contribute to the definition of international genomic data sharing standards

The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH) has selected SPHN among its “2019 Driver Projects” that aim to develop and pilot standards for sharing genomic and health-related data.

January publications

Take a tour of SIB members' latest peer-reviewed articles and conference proceedings

Meet the past SIB Awards Laureates – Rajesh Ramaswamy

In 2019, the SIB Bioinformatics Awards will be presented for the 10th time, providing a great occasion to reach out to past laureates and ask them where they are now in their career. In this interview, we met with Rajesh Ramaswamy, recipient of the 2010 SIB Best Swiss Bioinformatics Graduate Paper Award.

A cancer-associated mutation modifies the activity of entire chromatin domains

A study led by the EPFL team of Elisa Oricchio and the SIB team of Giovanni Ciriello (University of Lausanne) shows how a mutated gene can affect the three-dimensional interactions of genes in the cell, leading to various forms of cancer.

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