X-Omics Festival 2023

The fifth edition of the X-omics festival “The future of multi-omics research is now!” will take place on April 17th, 2023. Showcasing research at different biological levels, with a specific focus on multi-omics data integration or spatial omics. The event aims to bring together the multi-omics community.

The event will include:

  • Two keynote lectures
  • Lectures from X-omics investigators on multi-omics data integration and spatial omics
  • Pitches about new omics technologies and applications
  • Scientific posters
  • Networking opportunities

Registration for the X-omics festival 2023 is open!


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Nadira Vadaq (Radboudumc)

High-throughput proteomic analysis reveals systemic dysregulation in virally suppressed people living with HIV.

Nadira Vadaq is a medical doctor graduated from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. Currently, she is working as post-doctoral researcher in the 2000HIV study research group, Radboudumc. Her PhD research involved the application of various omics spectra, including genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and gut microbiome, to examine the contributing factors to the variation of hemostasis and inflammation in the cohort of the Human Functional Genomics Project (HFGP; http://www.humanfunctionalgenomics.org). At present, her research efforts are focused on the analysis of high-throughput proteomic data using the Olink Explore 1536 panel, with the objective of gaining a more comprehensive understanding of the proteomic alterations associated with persistent inflammation and cardiovascular diseases in virally suppressed individuals living with HIV.

April 17th – 11.55-12.05