Rapid fire talks

Rapid fire talks are 5 minute presentations during which the scientists can pitch their research. The rapid fire talks are in 2 sessions; one on Thursday September 8 and one on Friday September 9.
Most abstracts will also be presented as posters.
When the authors permitted that the abstracts of their talks could be released to the public, they can be downloaded below.


Thursday September 8, 2016 (11.50-12.45) / chair: Henk Stunnenberg
 

  Title

presenter poster
1.  Transcriptional and epigenetic variability shapes phenotypic
plasticity of human immune cells

 
Simone Ecker  
2.   Dynamic metabolic epigenome landscape in human tissues from
Korean Epigenome project


Jae-Bum Bae 3
3.  Integrative analysis of the epigenomic, mutational, transcriptional
and three-dimensional chromatin landscape of chronic lymphocytic
leukemia

 
Rene Beekman   
4.  The BLUEPRINT of human hematopoietic differentiation inscribed
in DNA methylation

 
Matthias Farlik 4
5.  Cell type specific chromatin architecture defines erythropoiesis
and megakaryopoiesis

 
Romina Petersen 5
6.  Combining transcription factor binding affinities with an open
chromatin prior for accurate gene expression prediction


Florian Schmidt 6
7.  Epigenomic characterization demonstrated that MYC-positive
and negative Burkitt lymphoma share a common methylation profile
 
Rabea Wagener   
8.  DeepBlue: diving into epigenomic data
 
Felipe Albrecht  1
9.   IHEC data portal 2016 update: datasets quality control, permanent
sessions, public API 
David Bujold 
       


Friday September 9, 2016 (09.45 - 10.30) / chair: Jorn Walter

  Title

Presenter  Poster 
1.  Epigenetic and functional dynamics of human bone marrow myeloid differentation to mature blood neutrophils
 
Farzin Pourfarzad 7
2. The effect of common genetic variation on transcription factor binding,
chromatin structure and their influence on cellular phenotype

 
Stephen Watt 9
3.   Distinct epigenetic architectures in bidirectional promoters revealed
 by single cell analysis


Fatemeh Behjati Ardakani  10 
4.    Increased DNA methylation variability in type 1 diabetes across three immune effector cell types

Dirk Paul  
5.   Hybrid LSD1/JMJ inhibitor as therapeutic option in cancers with
deregulated hormone-receptor signalling

 
Rosaria Benedetti    
6.   eFORGE: a tool for identifying cell type-specific signal in epigenomic
 data

 
Charles Breeze    11
7.   Epigenetics and moral responsibility: the challenging task of
identifying epigenetic normailty and the internal contradiction of
plasticity + inheritance


Charles Dupras    12
8.   Expanded low gene body methylation defines cell-specific epigenome  signatures in the adaptive immune system  Marcela Sjoberg