Webinar serimizi yeniden canlandırdığımız için çok heyecanlıyız! Bu senenin ilk webinarını 31 Ocak’ta İzmir Biyotıp ve Genom Enstitüsü (İBG-İZMİR) ’nden Dr. Ezgi Karaca ile gerçekleştirdik.
Kendisi Yapısal Biyoloji’de ki temel tekniklerden, data tiplerinden ve deneysel yapısal biyoloji datalarının biyomolekül simülasyonları ile nasıl birleştirildiğinden bahsetti. Özellikle, kendisinin de geliştiricisi olduğu bir “docking” programı olan HADDOCK ve Nature Methods’ta “integrative modeling” üzerine yayınlanan çalışmasında bahsederek hesaplamalı yapısal biyolojiye olan merakımızı daha da arttırdı! Webinarımıza yaklaşık olarak 100 kişi kaydoldu ve planımız bu sayıyı oldukça arttırmak ve kısa zamanda daha çok kişiye ulaşmak!
Bu geniş kapsamlı bilgilendirici seminer için ve webinar projemize destek verdiği için kendisine çok teşekkür ederiz 🙂 Eğer siz de hesaplamalı yapısal biyolojiyi merak ediyorsanız, bu webinarımıza şu linkten ulaşabilirsiniz:
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Turkce icin tiklayin!
We are very excited to revive our webinar series again! The first webinar of this year was given by Assoc. Prof. Ezgi Karaca from Izmir Biomedicine and Genome Center on January 31st. She mentioned about the main techniques in structural biology, data types and how integrate the experimental structural biology data into biomolecular simulations. In particular, she raised our curiosity in computational structural biology by mentioning about “docking” program HADDOCK, and her latest work on “integrative modeling” which was published on Nature Methods. Around 100 people registered our webinar. Our aim is to increase this number and reach more people in soon!
We would like to thank Dr. Ezgi Karaca for this extensive informative seminar and supporting our webinar series! If you also interested in computational structural biology, you can follow this link: https://www.bigmarker.com/bioinfonet/EzgiKaraca
We are looking forward our next webinar!
I met ISCB RSG Turkey guys in 2011 in the first student symposium which was held as a satellite meeting with HiBiT. I was working in a de novo genome project and it was my first time talking about a serious project as a graduate student at a symposium. Many of you can picture my anxiety. But things got better immediately: I met colleagues from Turkey!
Some of you may have difficulty understanding why it would be “that” important and pleasing to meet colleagues. Well…
If you live and study in a developing country and you are, almost, trying to study in a new research area, here’s your life’s new soundtrack: “All by myself”. Every single living thing in life needs a proper environment to become something. So, like a plant needs soil, water and light, becoming a scientist requires scientific environment.
So, as a living organism, I made colleague-taxis and became a part of the group. Then we found out that we needed another taxis movement towards real scientific talk. With this need, BioInfoNet Project was born. We wrote a proposal to the ISCB (International Society for Computational Biology) Student Council. They kindly supported us and here we are.
Today, as a student group, we have reach to roughly 250 people all around the world (and it is increasing). We have completed two beautiful webinars given by top notch researchers, which we were really pleased to participate. We are planning ahead for a student symposium and many more webinars.
We will make new taxis movements whenever needed. Join us. Communities are good :o)