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25th March 2019: 9th ECN webinar on Pathway analysis

Pathway analysis in the nutritional field using PathVisio and WikiPathways

DATE: Monday, 25th March at 16:00 h (CET)
HOST: Dr. Susan Coort (Department of Bioinformatics-BiGCaT, NUTRIM School of Nutrition and Translational Research in Metabolism, Maastricht University, NL)


The ECN are pleased to announce our 9th webinar that will address how pathway analysis in PathVisio can be performed and how it is applied in the nutritional field. The webinar will start with an explanation of the online biological pathway repository WikiPathways (www.wikipathways.org). It will be shown how pathways can be created and curated. Thereafter, pathway analysis of various types of omics data will be discussed. The overrepresentation analysis (ORA), the statistical method used, will be explained and it will be shown how the researcher can find affected biological processes based on molecular changes. The open-source pathway analysis tool, PathVisio (www.pathvisio.org), will be explained in detail. Both the statistical and visualization module within PathVisio will be addressed. Finally, several nutritional example studies will be described and the pathway results will be discussed.

Susan Coort is working as an assistant professor at the department of Bioinformatics-BiGCaT, NUTRIM School of Nutrition and Translational Research in Metabolism, Maastricht University.

REGISTRATION: Attendance is FREE but registration is required
Send an email to ECN NuGO with:

– Email subject ‘Registration to Online Webinar’
– Your full name

Space is limited and priority is given to ECN members on a first-come-first-served basis. Details for accessing the webinar will be sent upon registration.
Kat

 

Re: 25th March 2019: 9th ECN webinar on Pathway analysis

Reply #1
The recording of this webinar is now available here: Webinar link at Vimeo

Please note that the sound recording begins after the first seven slides.

Many thanks to Susan for this instructive webinar.

ECN
Kat