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  • MCBIOS: XV

    15th Annual Meeting

    Genomics and Big Data

    March 29 – 31, 2018 The Mill Conference Center at MSU

    600 Russell St, Starkville, Mississippi

    Hosted By: Institute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology, Mississippi State University

  • Hosts and Sponsors

    Acknowledgement: This conference is partially supported by a NIGMS (P20 GM103429) grant from NIH and a FDA Scientific Conference Grant from FDA (5R13FD005931-03). Disclaimer: The views presented at this meeting do not necessarily reflect the current or future opinion or policy of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Any mention of commercial products is for clarification and not intended as an endorsement.

  • List of Oral Presenters No Name Affiliation Membership

    Type Title Session

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    1 Adam Thrash

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Student Keanu: An Interactive Tool for Exploring Sample Content

    Session - 2: Next generation tools for environment and health research

    9:35- 9:50A M

    3/30/2018 DELTA

    2 Andrew Maxwell

    University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

    Student Prediction of Chronic Diseases on Imbalanced Data with Deep Neural Networks

    Session – 8: Genomics and Infectious Disease

    11:05- 11:20 AM

    3/31/2018 DELTA

    3 Arif Rahman

    University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN

    Student Enzyme kinetics and toxicological evaluation of diallyl sulfide analogs for their novel role as CYP2E1 inhibitors using molecular modeling and in vitro methods

    Session - 6: Big Data and Risk Assessment

    12:05- 12:20 PM

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

    4 AyoOluwa Aderibigbe

    University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

    Student SIFTING THROUGH BIG DATA: THE SEARCH FOR PERIPHERALLY- RESTRICTED CB1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AND INVERSE AGONISTS

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    04:00 – 05:15 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    5 Badri Adhikari

    University of Missouri, St. Louis

    Professional Two-level Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Applied to Protein Contact Prediction

    Session - 7: Genomics and Proteomics application

    10:20- 10:35 AM

    3/31/2018 RIVERS

    6 Binsheng Gong

    National Center for Toxicological Research, US FDA, NCTR

    Professional Next-Generation Sequencing using Galaxy

    Workshop - 4: Next- Generation Sequencing using Galaxy

    4:00- 5:45P M

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

    7 Bohu Pan National Center for Toxicological

    Professional Post-Doc

    Assessment release effects of human genome

    Session - 3: Drug Discovery

    10:20- 10:35 AM

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

  • Research, US FDA, NCTR

    on SNVs calling results from different pipelines based on GIAB data

    and Precision Medicine

    8 Brian Counterma n

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Professional Patternize: an R package for color pattern variation

    Session - 5: Transcripto mics and Genome Sequencing

    11:00- 11:20 AM

    3/30/2018 DELTA

    9 Brian Walker

    University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR

    Professional Post-Doc

    SYNTHESIS OF XANTHINE DERVIATIVES FOR THE INHIBITION OF PARG

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    02:30 – 03:45 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    10 Chathurani Ranathung e

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Student Transcribed microsatellites as engines of adaptive evolution in common sunflower

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    04:00 – 05:15 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    11 Dan Li University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR

    Student Identification of cancer related gene subnetworks based on global optimum searching

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    04:00 – 05:15 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    12 Daniel Himmelstei n

    University of Pennsylvani a, Philadelphia , PN

    Professional Post-Doc

    Encoding biomedical knowledge using hetnets

    Workshop - 3: No- Boundry Thinking Bioinformati cs Research workshop

    4:00- 5:45P M

    3/30/2018 DELTA

    13 Darshan Mehta

    National Center for Toxicological Research, US FDA, NCTR

    Professional Post-Doc

    Mining pharmacogenomi c information from drug labeling using FDALabel database for advancing precision medicine

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    02:30 – 03:45 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    14 David Ashbrook

    University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis,

    Professional Post-Doc

    Sequencing the BXD family, a cohort for experimental systems genetics and precision

    Session - 3: Drug Discovery and Precision Medicine

    9:50- 10:05 AM

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

  • TN medicine

    15 Dong Wang National Center for Toxicological Research, US FDA, NCTR

    Professional Infer the in vivo Point of Departure with ToxCast in vitro Assay Data Using a Robust Learning Approach

    Session - 6: Big Data and Risk Assessment

    11:35- 11:50 AM

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

    16 Dongying Li National Center for Toxicological Research, US FDA, NCTR

    Professional Post-Doc

    Identification of MiR-486-5p As A Novel Gene Regulator of Liver Detoxification Enzyme Sulfotransferase 2A1

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    02:30 – 03:45 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    17 Evan McConnell

    University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Cary, NC

    Student The phosphorylated redox proteome of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: revealing novel means for enzymatic regulation.

    Session -4: Plant Omics II

    11:35- 11:50 AM

    3/30/2018 RIVERS

    18 Gabriel Idakwo

    University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

    Student SMOTEENNBaggi ng: A novel ensemble resampling and learning approach to QSAR modeling with imbalanced data

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    04:00 – 05:15 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    19 George Popescu

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Professional Network-centric analysis of pathways for resistance and susceptibility in host pathogen interactions

    Session -4: Plant Omics II

    11:20- 11:35 AM

    3/30/2018 RIVERS

    20 Gouri Mahajan

    University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS

    Student Altered Neuro- inflammatory Gene Expression in Hippocampus in Major Depressive Disorder

    MCBIOS-JMP Young Scientist Award

    04:00 – 05:15 pm

    3/29/2018 The Mississ ippian Ballroo m C

    21 Grover P Miller

    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences,

    Professional Chasing the Ghost of Lamisil (terbinafine) Toxicit

    Session - 6: Big Data and Risk Assessment

    11:20- 11:35 AM

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

  • Little Rock, AR

    22 Hamilton Wan

    The Mississippi School for Mathematic s and Science, Starkville, MS

    High School Identification of host genes determining the pathogenesis of influenza A viruses in mice using machine learning

    Session – 8: Genomics and Infectious Disease

    10:50- 11:05 AM

    3/31/2018 DELTA

    23 Hongmei Jiang

    Northwester n University, Evanston, IL

    Professional Microbial interactions and microbe-host interactions

    Workshop - 3: No- Boundry Thinking Bioinformati cs Research workshop

    4:00- 5:45P M

    3/30/2018 DELTA

    24 Hossam Abdelhame d

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Professional Characterization of the Gut Microbiome of channel catfish following florfenicol treatment

    Session – 8: Genomics and Infectious Disease

    10:35- 10:50 AM

    3/31/2018 DELTA

    25 Inimary Toby

    University of Texas Southwester n, Dallas, TX

    Professional Carrer Development Workshop for Young Scientist

    Workshop - 2: Carrer Developmen t Workshop for Young Scientist

    1:30- 3:15P M

    3/30/2018 DELTA

    26 Jake Chen University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL

    Professional “Super Gene Sets”: Toward Integrated Gene- set, Network, and Pathway Analysis

    Session - 3: Drug Discovery and Precision Medicine

    9:35- 9:50A M

    3/30/2018 FOOTH ILLS

    27 John Thomason

    Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

    Professional PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF ERYTHROCYTE STORAGE LESIONS IN UNITS OF STORED CANINE PACKED RED BLOOD CELLS

    Session - 7: Genomics and Proteomics application

    10:35- 10:50 AM

    3/31/2018 RIVERS

    28 Joseph Luttrell IV

    University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

    Student Benchmarking Protein Residue- Residue Contact Prediction Using Random F

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