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Thibaut GUIRIMAND

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Welcome

This new version of the website is currently under construction but even it is a better version than the precedent, It's still online.

You can find here the ideas and projects I'm working on. You can either get information about my skills and experience.

Presently ending my Master degree in Bioinformatics, I'm looking for a thesis on Data Mining or algorithms development for Omics Big Data analysis. If you have opportunity please contact me with the form you can find using the Join tab.

Enjoy

Thibaut 2015-04-12

Want to play pong?

This week end was addapted to learn about the HTML5 canvas tag. So here is my pong ^^

If you want to use it in your website, follow this link.



2016-01-24

A new design.

The website has a new very green design !

2015-04-12

Presentation

Bioinformatics student.

Research themes and Interest

Bioinformatics Algorithmic & Development Data Mining Graph Theory

Curriculum Vitae

Work Experience

  • Jan 2015 - Actual
    Intern in the Sentinelles Network Paris, France Conception of a new data exchange format for public health using web semantics technologies and the Data Cube Vocabulary standard. tutor : Sc.D. Clément Turbelin
  • Apr 2014-Jul 2014
    Intern at Pôle Rhône-Alpes de Bioinformatique Villeurbanne, France Development of the VirHostNet database web interface, to highlight graph metric about virus-host protein interactions and make the new database release publishable and maintainable. tutor : Sc.D. Vincent Navratil
  • Feb 2013-Jul 2013
    Intern at Pôle Rhône-Alpes de Bioinformatique Villeurbanne, France Web design of the VirHostNet database interface to Integrate the Cytoscape Web technology for vizualisation of protein interaction. tutor : Sc.D. Vincent Navratil
  • Jul 2012-Aug 2012
    Intern at Novadiscovery Lyon, France Analysis and referencing of biomathematics models from the scientific literature. tutor : Sc.D. Gustavo Olivera

Education

  • 2013 - Actual
    Master in Bioinformatics University Denis Diderot Paris, France
  • 2010 - 2013
    Degree of computer modeling of living University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Villeurbanne, France
  • 2008 - 2010
    First year of Pharmacy study University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Lyon, France
  • 2005 - 2008
    Scientific Baccalauréat Lycée du Granier La Ravoire, France

Diplomas

  • 2013
    Degree of computer modeling of living University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Villeurbanne, France
  • 2012
    C2i niveau University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 Villeurbanne, France
  • 2008
    Scientific Baccalauréat Lycée du Granier La Ravoire, France
  • Attestation Européenne de Formation aux Premiers Secours French Red Cross Chambéry, France

Computer Skills

Python HTML5/CSS3 LaTeX SQL C/C++ Java R Julia PHP RDF UML

Interests and Activities

SkiingMountain BikeBadmintonClimbingDrawing

Research Projects

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Personal Projects

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Some short scripts

sPy

Create a new executable Python script :

	       #!/usr/bin/env bash
echo '#!/usr/bin/env python' > $1
chmod a+x $1
$EDITOR $1
             

You can use it by writting : sPy your_new_script

sSh

Create a new executable Bash script :

	       #!/usr/bin/env bash
echo '#!/usr/bin/env bash' > $1
chmod a+x $1
$EDITOR $1
             

You can use it by writting : sPy your_new_script

VirHostNet 2.0: surfing on the web of virus/host molecular interactions data

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Abstract

VirHostNet release 2.0 (http://virhostnet.prabi.fr) is a knowledgebase dedicated to the network-based exploration of virus–host protein–protein interactions. Since the previous VirhostNet release (2009), a second run of manual curation was performed to annotate the new torrent of high-throughput protein–protein interactions data from the literature. This resource is shared publicly, in PSI-MI TAB 2.5 format, using a PSICQUIC web service. The new interface of VirHostNet 2.0 is based on Cytoscape web library and provides a user-friendly access to the most complete and accurate resource of virus–virus and virus–host protein–protein interactions as well as their projection onto their corresponding host cell protein interaction networks. We hope that the VirHostNet 2.0 system will facilitate systems biology and gene-centered analysis of infectious diseases and will help to identify new molecular targets for antiviral drugs design. This resource will also continue to help worldwide scientists to improve our knowledge on molecular mechanisms involved in the antiviral response mediated by the cell and in the viral strategies selected by viruses to hijack the host immune system.

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