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A Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa de Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP), no escopo do projeto CEPID (Centros de Pesquisa, Inovação e Difusão), e o Brazilian Initiative on Precision Medicine (BIPMed) convidam-no para o 4º Workshop BIPMed, que ocorrerá concomitantemente ao III Meeting of the Brazilian Node of the Human Variome Project (HVP-BRAZIL).
Confira o programa preliminar abaixo.
- 1:00PM-1:15PM – Registration
- Panel 1 – Current status:
- 1:15PM-1:30PM – Update on the new developments in the BIPMed genomic databases. Cristiane S. Rocha. BIPMed Project Manager.
- 1:30PM-1:45PM – New BIPMed products. Welliton Souza/Benilton S. Carvalho , Department of Medical Genetics, School of Medical Sciences/Department of Statistics, Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Scientific Computing; University of Campinas (UNICAMP).
- 1:45PM-2:00PM – The Latin American Database of Genetic Variation (LatinGen) –Lavinia S. Fachini. President of the Latin American Network of Human Genetics (RELAH).
- 2:00PM – 2:15PM – The Brazilian BRCA-Challenge. Patricia A. Prolla. Department of Genetics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS).
- 2:15PM – 2:30PM – Discussion
- 2:30PM – 2:45PM – Coffee break
Panel 2 – Projects currently using BIPMed data:
- 2:45PM – 3:10PM. Mitochondrial haplogroups and GWAS of pharmacogenomic markers. Marcelo Briones. Department of Health Informatics. Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP).
- 3:10PM – 3:35PM Identifying local ancestry deviations in Brazilian individuals. Rodrigo Secolin. Department of Medical Genetics. School of Medical Sciences. University of Campinas (UNICAMP).
- 3:35PM – 3:50PM – Discussion
Panel 3 – Can other initiatives be integrated using the federated model?
- 3:50PM – 4:15PM. The ABraOM database – Mayana Zatz. Center for the study of the Human Genome. University of São Paulo (USP).
- 4:15PM – 4:40PM What admixed populations tell us about natural selection. Diogo Meyer. Department of Genetics and Evolution Biology. Institute of Biosciences, University of São Paulo (USP).
- 4:40PM – 4:55PM. Discussion
- 4:55PM – 5:00PM. Closing remarks and invitation for next meeting. Iscia Lopes-Cendes. Member, steering committee BIPMed and HVP-BRAZIL.
Matéria da Agência FAPESP destaca parceria entre o BIPMed e a multinacional Seven Bridges, apresentada durante o 4º BRAINN Congress.
Texto da Agência FAPESP destaca a importância de número maior de voluntários para ampliar o escopo do banco de dados genético.
The São Paulo Research Foundation, FAPESP, under the scope of the program Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDCs), and the Brazilian Initiative on Precision Medicine, BIPMed, invite you to the
On November 13, 2015, BIPMed launched the first public genomic database in Latin America (bipmed.iqm.unicamp.br). The main objective of this initiative is to promote the sharing of genomic and phenotypic data, respecting international guidelines for the ethical and responsible work with this type of private information. These guidelines have been proposed by the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (https://genomicsandhealth.org
The BIPMed genomic database has had great success, with an impressive number of visits to the website by users from all over the world. It is now time to report the results achieved in the past year, and to discuss ways to expand and improve this initiative as well as new products that can be developed under the BIPMed umbrella.
BIPMed is an initiative of five Research Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDCs): The Brazilian Research Institute for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (BRAINN), Center for Computational Science and Engineering (CCES); Center for Research in Cell Therapy (CTC); Obesity and Comorbidities Research Center (OCRC) and Center for Research on Inflammatory Diseases (CRID).