Marfan Europe Network : What's new since Drammen?


GEMS, 2022

On September 16, 2022, Romain was invited to present to the 'Marfan Europe Network' (M.E.N.) the progress made by the 101 Marfan Genomes Project since the previous network meeting in Drammen in September 2019. It was an excellent opportunity to give an update on the implementation of the biobank (BioB) and the Genomic [...]

September 21, 2022

Hiring a postdoctoral researcher in machine learning and bioinformatics for the Genome4Brussels consortium


2022, G4BXL

In the framework of the Genome4Brussels (G4BXL) consortium, Prof. Tom Lenaerts and Dr. Sofia Papadimitriou (info) are hiring a researcher to join the Interuniversity Institute of Bioinformatics in Brussels (http://www.ibsquare.be) and the ULB Machine Learning group (http://mlg.ulb.ac.be) to continue their team's fascinating work on the oligogenic causes of rare and less rare diseases. The announcement is available [...]

21 May 2022

Fondation 101 Génomes is developing three new Apps with MIC computer scientists to facilitate research in the field of rare diseases


GEMVAP, 2022, GEMS, Not classified

The F101G was assisted by three computer scientists to develop three new Apps to facilitate research in the field of rare diseases (GEMS pilot project) and to make the results of a bioinformatics tool using artificial intelligence (GEMVAP) available to the general public. This successful collaboration was organised by mic.brussels (Microsoft/Region of Brussels) and the [...].

19 May 2022

Genome4Brussels by Emma Verkinderen


2022, G4BXL

Since 2019, Fondation 101 Génomes has been participating in the Genome4Brussels project co-financed by the Brussels region (Innoviris). This project brings together the Foundation and three organisations specialised in bioinformatics, genetics and algorithms: the Interuniversity Institute of Bioinformatics Brussels (IB)², the ULB Center of Human Genetic (CHG) and the ULB Machine Learning Group (MLG). This consortium has set up [...]

24 March 2022

Genome4Brussels by Sofia Papadimitriou


2022, G4BXL

Since 2019, Fondation 101 génomes has had the privilege of working with three organisations specialised in bioinformatics, genetics and algorithms (IB², CHG and MLG) on the Genomes4Brussels project co-financed by the Brussels region (Innoviris). Genome4Brussels aims to create an ecosystem to optimise the development of bioinformatics tools for genome analysis and to facilitate the transfer of these tools to [...]

12 February 2022

May 2022 bring you health, resilience and joy!


2022

Thank you for your support and generosity during a year 2021 that has been difficult for many of us. Despite this, in 2021, the laboratory (GEMS) and bioinformatics (Genome4BXL) researchers that we fund thanks to you have been working tirelessly on Marfan syndrome. The development of the in vitro genomic biobank will be a key part of the [...]

6 January 2022

Success of the Filigranes action and photos of the night of 29 November


2022

Thanks to your presence, your purchases (on the spot or online) and your donations, the Filigranes action brought in almost 20,000 euros at Fondation 101 Génomes ! Thank you all for making the Filigranes action such a success! Thank you to our sponsors for this event and especially to the Bertinchamps brewery, [...]

6 January 2022