Bringing AI to image analytics in cancer diagnosis

SIB, Lunaphore and the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) are collaborating to enable precision cancer medicine. As part of an Innosuisse project, they aim to develop an integrative solution for the phenotypic analysis of tumors powered by automated multiplex staining, image analysis and machine learning.

June publications

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

Virtual SIB Days 2020: Swiss bioinformatics highlights & recorded sessions

What are the latest computational advances to better understand diseases or ecosystems? How are bioinformaticians facing the COVID-19 crisis? The first virtual edition of our internal conference (8-10 June) has remained true to its ambition to represent the scientific diversity of Swiss bioinformatics.

Latest Protein Spotlight: Integrity

A protein that has been coined HMCES, which is found throughout the three domains of life, and even in certain viruses it seems, can repair damage on single-stranded DNA.

Joining forces to develop new approaches to cancer immunotherapy

Interdisciplinarity: UNIL, CHUV, EPFL and SIB join forces to develop new approaches to cancer immunotherapy

An open resource to find most accurate DNA binding motifs

A benchmarking study of models predicting the location and sequence of transcription factor binding sites has been undertaken by an international team led by researchers at SIB, EPFL and the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Joining EU-supported research consortium to improve obesity treatment

SIB is joining the consortium ‘SOPHIA’ (Stratification of Obese Phenotypes to Optimize Future Obesity Therapy), which aims to improve risk assessment of complications of obesity and predict treatment response for people with obesity.

SIB Remarkable Outputs 2019

Discover the SIB Remarkable Outputs 2019, a list of ‘must-read’ works by SIB Members produced in 2019 and selected by a committee of SIB Group Leaders and Researchers.