Posters

Posters will be presented during the BLUEPRINT / IHEC Science days on September 8+9, 2016.
Posters can be viewed in the rooms Stoclet, Mosaic and Arabesque, across the lobby from the Palace Ballroom. Poster viewing will be mainly during coffee / tea breaks and lunch.

When the authors permitted that the abstract of their poster could be released to the public, they can be downloaded below. An overview of all posters can also be downloaded here.
 

1. DeepBlue: diving into epigenomic data Felipe Albrecht
 
2. IHEC Data Portal 2016 update: datasets quality control, permanent sessions,
public API
David Bujold

 
3. Dynamic metabolic epigenome landscape in human tissues from Korea
Epigenome Project
Jae-Bum Bae

 
4. The BLUEPRINT of human hematopoietic differentiation inscribed in DNA methylation
 
Matthias Farlik
 
5.
 
Cell type specific chromatin architecture defines erythropoiesis and megakaryopoiesis
 
Romina Petersen
6. Combining transcription factor binding affinities with an open chromatin prior
for accurate gene expression prediction
Florian Schmidt

 
7.  Epigenetic and functional dynamics of human bone marrow myeloid
differentiation to mature blood neutrophils
Farzin Pourfarzad

 
8.  A short lamin B1 isoform required for neutrophil lobulation and extracellular
trap formation
Farzin Pourfarzad

 
9.  The effect of common genetic variation on transcription factor binding,
chromatin structure and their influence on cellular phenotype
Stephen Watt

 
10.  Distinct epigenetic architectures in bidirectional promoters revealed by
single cell analysis
Fatemeh Behjati-
Ardakani
 
11. eFORGE: a tool for identifying cell-type specific signal in epigenomic data Charles Breeze
 
12. Epigenetic and moral responsibility: the challenging task of identifying
epigenetic normality and the internal contradiction of plasticity + inheritance
Charles Dupras

 
13.  Genetic variations in the transcriptome and epigenome of human immune cells
 
Louella Vasquez 
14.  The epigenomic landscape of adult de novo AMLs Guoqiang Yi
 
15. An efficient method for NGS library preparation from single-stranded DNA  Fumihito Miura
 
16.  A community-wide comparison of DNA methylation assays for biomarker
development and clinical applications
Florian Halbritter

 
17.  Computational methods for the DEEP characterization of DNA methylations
BLUEPRINTs 
Fabian Muller 

 
18.  MeDeCom discovers and quantifies latent components of heterogeneous methylomes
 
 Pavlo Lutsik
 
19.  iMethyl: an integrative human DNA methylation variation database  Atsushi Shimizu
 
20.  HOXA transcription factors play a key role in the epigenetic regulation of
TCR-alpha enhancer activity 
Agata Cieslak

 
21.  Dynamic DNA methylation in healthy and neoplastic blood cells  Angelika Merkel
 
22.  IHEC on Twitter: first year  Cath Ennis
 
23.  Canadian Epigenetics, Environment and Health Research onsortium
(CEEHRC) Network: enabling and advancing Canadian epigenetics research
 
Martin Hirst

 
24.  Revisiting digital foorprinting of DNase-seq for detection of cell-specific
binding sites

 
Ivan Costa
 
25.  Using the IHEC data through the Genomic Efficient Correlator (GeEC) tool  Pierre-Etienne
Jacques
 
26.  Regulation of intron retention in human blood cells  Sebastian Ullrich
 
27.  Fast and efficient Post-Bisulfite-Seq library construction with QIAseq ultralow
input DNA library protocol 
Ioanna Andreou

 
28.  Age-related DNA methylation changes in mouse spermatozoa  Norio Kobayashi
 
29.   Benchmarking of splinted adaptor tagging (SPLAT), a novel bisulfite sequencing
library preparation method 
Jessica Nordlund

 
30.  Reference epigenomes at the ENCODE portal  Jason Hilton
 
31.  The relevance of epigenetic signature in blood with target tissues in chronic
disease

 
Suman Lee
 
32.  Discovery of new molecular subgroups in pediatric ALL using DNA methylation
classification and RNA-sequening
 
Yanara Marincevic-
Zuniga
 
33.  Epigenomic reset induced by HAT/EZH2 modulation leads to cancer-selective 
death both in solid and hematological cancers, overcoming acquired
resistance
 
Francesca Petraglia

 
34.  Searching for the chromatin determinants of human hematopoiesis  Enrique Carrillo 
 
35.  EPICO platform: a reference cyber-infgrastructure for comparative
epigenomics: the BLUEPRINT Data Analysis Portal as a practical case 
Jose Maria Fernandez 
 
36.  Integrative analysis of the epigenetic regulation of neutrophil differentiation  Felipe Were
 
37.  Unravelling epigenomic communication through social network science: the
influential role of 5hmC in the context of 3D chromatin interaction network
 
David Juan 

 
38. Protocols and programs for standardized chromatin research  Laura Arrigoni
 
39. Association analysis of the multiple sclerosis susceptiblility gene TNFSF14
in the Italian population: high density fine mapping and functional analysis
of the identified primary associated variant 
Miriam Zuccala


 
40.  Mapping functional non-coding transcripts in primate immune cells using
comparative epigenomics 
David Venuto 

 
41. Epigenetic reprogramming of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma cell lines: a drug
screening to investigate drug resistance 
Chiara Facciotto

 
42.  Analysis and visualization of DNA methylation whole genome bisulfite
sequencing data in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma 
Chiara Facciotto

 
43. The hematopoietic transcription factors RUNX1 and ERG prevent AML1-ETO
oncogene overexpression and onset 
Amit Mandoli

 
44. Epigenomic profiling in innate immune memory reveals avenues for blocking
and reversing immunological tolerance in humansl 
Boris Novakovic

 
45. Epigenetic regulation of Osteoclast differentiation  Robab Davar
 
46. Shape-based peak calling  Philipp Benner
 
47. FindER: a sensitive analytical tool to study epigenetic modifications and
protein-DNA binding from ChIP-Seq data
Misha Bilenky

 
48. Next generation epigenetics - innovative research tools for the accurate
analysis of DNA modifications 
Dominique Fauvin

 
49. Childhood abuse in post-mortem human amygdala: combining gene
expression, DNA methylation and histone
 
Marc-Aurele Chay

 
50. Integrative analysis of reference epigenome for uterine endometrium  Kenichiro Hata
 
51. Modelling epigenetic control of lineage fate decisions  Jens Przybilla 
 
52. Integrating epigenetic datasets in cancer using a network based approach
highlights tumor specific pathways 
Carl Herrmann

 
53. Profiling DNA modifications at base pair resolution reveals expanded low gene
body methylation and associated cell specific epigenomic states
Nicolas Walker
 
 
54. Single cell transcriptome conservation in cryopreserved cells and tissues Holger Heyn
 
55. Development of microfluidic chip for automated chromatin immuno-
precipitation and library construction

 
Rene Dirks
 
56. Characterization of the HIV-1 cis-regulatory intragenic region  Roxane Verdikt
 
57. Z-DNA formation and transcriptional activation in the human genome Tae-Young Roh