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Esther Galbrun


Meet Esther Galbrun

Marie Blanchard - 14/01/2016

Researcher Esther Galbrun (CR2) joined the ORPAILLEUR project team in October 2015.


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OrphaMine: a tool to better understand rare diseases

Marine Loyen - 5/01/2016

Like Dr House in the eponymous television series, doctors are sometimes confronted with enigmas when faced with certain pathologies. The OrphaMine platform, developed as part of the ANR Hybride project, aims to provide specialists with a better understanding of rare diseases. Tested in-house, it will soon be offered to a broader panel made up of doctors, researchers and representatives of the pharmaceutical industry.


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Conference BDA 2017

14/11/2017 to 17/11/2017

The 33rd conference on "Data Management - Principles, Technologies and Applications" (BDA 2017) is the  meeting of the data management community in France.

Place : Inria Nancy Grand Est

Guest(s) : Claudia d’Amato, University of Bari (Italie) Georg Gottlob, University of Oxford and TU Wien Sergei O. Kuznetsov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow


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Ekaw 2018


conference EKAW 2018

12/11/2018 to 16/11/2018

The 21st International Ekaw Conference "Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management" is the biennial meeting of the international engineering and knowledge management community. 

Place : Inria Nancy - Grand Est

Guest(s) : Jérôme Lang, Marie-Francine Moens, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Andrea Tettamanzi


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© Nature/Nigam Shah, Adrien Coulet


Using Algorithms to adjust doses of medication


Adrien Coulet, lecturer at the Université de Lorraine and researcher in a joint team at Inria and Loria working in collaboration with researchers from Stanford University, has created an algorithm based on medical data to predict the need to prescribe a reduced dose of medication for a patient rather than a standard dose. An article about their research has been published in "Nature - Scientific Reports".


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SFC 2019


26èmes Rencontres de la Société Francophone de Classification

3/09/2019 to 5/09/2019

Dedicated to classification in all these forms: mathematics, computer science (learning, data mining and knowledge discovery ...), and statistics, these meetings allow the scientific community to meet, to present recent results and original applications in classification. or in related fields.

Place : Inria Nancy Grand Est


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