CAMDA'01 Announces Featured Speakers

Emily A Totty totty001 at mc.duke.edu
Fri Aug 17 14:19:25 EST 2001


CAMDA 2001 Announces Featured Speakers



CAMDA 2001 is pleased to announce that David Lockhart, Salk Institute for


Biological Studies and Roland Stoughton, VP Bioinformatics at Rosetta


Inpharmatics will serve as featured speakers at the upcoming microarray


conference to be held October 15-16th at Duke University in Durham, North


Carolina. CAMDA was founded by Duke Bioinformatics Shared Resource (DBSR)


to initiate a community-wide critical assessment of different techniques


used in microarray data analysis. The conference aims to establish the


state-of-the-art in microarray data mining, as well as identify progress


and highlights the direction for future effort. Researchers analyze the


same standard data sets and present their results in oral or poster form.


The conference offers a Best Presentation award of $1,000. CAMDA '01 will


also include a Vendor Fair on the 15th.





The first CAMDA conference was held in December 2000 and was attended by


250 leading international researchers in the fields of bioinformatics,


biology, computer science, genetics, mathematics and statistics. For more


information and to register for CAMDA '01, please visit our Web site at


camda.duke.edu.



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