Presentations and Awards

As part of my work I produce presentations and lectures. A short overview of various presentation that I produced during the course of my bachelors, masters and PHD period. I love giving lectures and think education is one of the most important things in science, so feel free to contact me if your curious.

Genetic modulation of lifespan and post-reproductive longevity in heterogeneous mice AI & Data Science in Multi-Omics for Human Health (Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, July 28, 2023)
Novel methods in QTL analysis Genetics, Genomics and Informatics GGI (UTHSC, Memphis USA, Dec 20, 2022)
 Transmission Ratio Distortion in the Berlin Fat Mouse Charité CCR Metabolism Seminar (Charité, Berlin, Germany, Oct 2, 2019)
- CTL mapping using R/ctl - CTC 2018 (Glasgow, Jun 20, 2018)
- Genetic incompatibilities in the Berlin Fat Mouse - CTC 2017 (Memphis, USA)
- Introduction QTL mapping using R/qtl - Brockmann Lab - Humboldt university Berlin (Berlin, Nov 19, 2013)
- Future perspectives in Bioinformatics - SYSGENET final report EU (Frankfurt, Nov 12, 2013)
- Introduction into R and R/qtl - Summer Course (King's college, Sept 9, 2013)
- Future perspectives: Bioinformatics in the mouse community - SYSGENET meeting (Prague, 17 & 18 Jun 2013)
- Tutorial - LFN (Wageningen University, Feb 20, 2012)
- Basic QTL introduction with tutorial - LFN (Wageningen University, Feb 20, 2012)
- The Challenge of Big Data Genetical Genomics, NCSA, invited by Victor Jongeneel and Chris Fields (NCSA, Urbana (IL), May 20, 2011)
- R/qtl for Big Data, MIT Department of Biology, invited by Jeroen PJ Saeij (MIT, Boston (MA), May 11, 2011)
- (Re)Construction of genetic maps from gene expression data - GBIC (University of Groningen, July 15, 2011)
- Introduction into QTL mapping - Bioinformatics I (University of Groningen, June 1, 2011)
- MQM and HPC for R/qtl - CSBG meeting (Wageningen University, Sept 28, 2010)
- Introduction into QTL analysis - Dynamic Presentation (University of Groningen, Aug, 2010)
- (Gene) Networks - Work meeting (University Medical Center Groningen, Feb, 2010)
- R/xqtl: High throughput modeling, mapping and exploration of Big Data - SYSGENET meeting (Braunschweig, April 8, 2010)

Master and Bachelor

- Presentation Master Thesis II
- Presentation Master Thesis I
- Presentatiom Bachelor Thesis

Student

- Carbon Nanotubes - Molecular dynamics group - University of Groningen, NLD
- Presentation Bachelor - Bachelor Thesis - University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG), NLD
- Presentation Bioinformatica - Design-GG initial website - Groningen Bioinformatics Centre (GBIC), Haren NLD

Posters

- GWAS in potato - Konrad Zych, Danny Arends, Ritsert C. Jansen - Kings College (London, Sep 10, UK, 2013)
- Pheno2Geno - Konrad Zych, Danny Arends, Ritsert C. Jansen - ECCB / ESCS, (Basel, Sept 9-13, Swiss, 2012)
- Pheno2Geno - Konrad Zych, Danny Arends, Ritsert C Jansen - NBIC, (Lunteren, April 24-25, NLD, 2012)
- xQTL workbench - Danny Arends, Joeri v/d Velde Pjotr Prins et al. - GBIC day, (Groningen, April, NLD, 2011)
- Multiple QTL Mapping - Danny Arends, Pjotr Prins - GBIC day, (Groningen, September, NLD, 2010)
- User friendly cluster computing for QTL analysis - Danny Arends, Joeri v/d velde - ISMB, (Boston, July 13-16, USA, 2010)

Awards

- Best Presentation Award CTC 2017 Memphis, USA (2017)
- Best Presentation Award CTC 2015 Berlin, Germany (2015)

- Travel Grant from EU Cost  SYSGENET as trainer for Kings College London (2013)
- 1st place Poster Award 'Pheno2Geno' at ESCS2012 Basel (Swiss) (2012)
- Travel Grant by NBIC for ISMB in Boston (MA, USA) (2010)
2nd place Poster Award xQTL workbench NBIC Conference (Lunteren) (2010)
- Travel Grant 'Short course on system genetics' in Bar Harbor (MA, USA) (2009) by JAX laboratory


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