Jeremie Zumer's abstract on the peptide search engine Pepid accepted for poster presentation at MLCB 2022

Jeremie Zumer’s abstract: Pepid: a Highly Modifiable, ML-Friendly Peptide-Centric Search Engine, introducing the Lemieux Lab’s Pepid search engine, has been accepted for a poster presentation at the Machine Learning and Computational Biology conference (MLCB 2022). The poster can be downloaded by following this link (1.3MB).

From its inception in 2004 to 2017, MLCB was an official NeurIPS workshop (previous meetings 2004-2017). Given the growth and maturity of the field, MLCB became an independent conference co-located with NeurIPS in 2019 (see MLCB2019). From 2020 (see MLCB2020 and MLCB2021), MLCB was held virtually (due to Covid-19 pandemic). The virtual conference format led to a record number of participants, which included 1000 registered participants via Zoom and > 3000 views on YouTube live stream. Our sponsors include Recursion, Deep Genomics, and Amazon.

Sébastien Lemieux
Sébastien Lemieux
Principal Investigator

Principal Investigator, Functional and Structural Bioinformatics Research Unit, IRIC | Scientific direction of the Bioinformatics platform | Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, Université de Montréal