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

GEMS, GEMVAP, 2022, 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 (Microsoft/Region of Brussels) and the [...].

19 May 2022

Genome4Brussels: AI, Genomics & Rare Diseases


In 2019, the 101 Genomes Foundation, the Interuniversity Institute Of Bioinformatics Brussels (IB2), the ULB Center of Human Genetics (CHG) and the ULB Machine Learning Group (MLG) participated in a call for projects launched by Innoviris with the "Genome4Brussels" project. Within the framework of this project, they have decided to create an ecosystem that will allow the optimisation of the [...]

31 May 2021

"Genomics & Algorithms for Rare Diseases" Interview with Prof. Guillaume Smits and Romain Alderweireldt

GEMVAP, 2021

This interview was published in "Le Chaînon - the magazine of patient and family associations" of the LUSS, N° 52 in September 2020. Le Chaînon (LC) : Romain, with Ludivine Verboogen you created Fondation 101 Génomes (F101G) which aims to promote genomic research in the field of cancer.

December 29, 2020

Big data and artificial intelligence, sources of solutions for rare diseases

GEMVAP, 2019

During the day of June 17, 2019, a post dedicated to the application of AI in the context of rare diseases was broadcast several times on the radio station "La Première". This post cites the action of Fondation 101 Génomes as an example. You will find the transcript below and you can listen to it by following this link. […]

November 12, 2019