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I am member of the French Alliance for Big Data, and founder of the working group "Big Data and Bioinformatics".

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As a member of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB), I am extremely grateful to the organizers of ISCB annual meetings and for the European Conference on Computational Biology for 1) giving me the opportunity to present my work in ISCB/ECCB 2009 in Stockholm (Sweden) and in ISCB/ECCB 2011 in Vienna (Austria) and for 2) the excellent tutorials in computational biology.

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The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health
This Alliance started in January 2013 to discuss the current challenges and opportunities in genomic research and medicine.

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I am privileged and honored to be an engineer and a member of an international organization which aims to promote women in engineering sciences. My engineering studies in computer science and networking have been very helpful during my first steps in genomics research because an engineer is not only someone who uses science and mathematics to create things or to resolve problems but he/she is a highly skilled person who is trained in creating, analyzing, and dealing with new technologies and situations.

ACM SIG Bioinformatics

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the largest and most prestigious scientific computing society which was founded in 1947.  ACM has multiple Special Interest Groups (SIG). I am a member of the Bioinformatics ACM SIG, a special interest group on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Biomedical Informatics (ACM SIG Bioinformatics).

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As a member of the Association for Women In Science (AWIS), I encourage you to visit AWIS´s website to learn about AWIS´s activities and initiatives.

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During my masters of research in medical informatics I have worked on Type 2 Diabetes and infectious diseases, but since 2005, I am working exclusively on cardiovascular diseases. I have worked closely with cardiologists and had the opportunity to improve my knowledge in this field. My membership to AHA allows me to learn more about cardiovascular disease and to access the latest scientific research in this field.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers  (IEEE; pronounced "Eye triple E") is one of the largest leading standards-generating organization in the world. Being a member of the IEEE is an excellent way to be up-to-date regularly with the latest advances in engineering sciences.