InFocus Webcast: Protein Informatics: Turning Data Into Knowledge

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Bio.com InFocus Webcast

September 24, 2002

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Bio.com's next InFocus Webcast,
"Protein Informatics: Turning Data Into Knowledge," is scheduled for
Wednesday, September 25th at 10am Pacific Time (1pm ET).

The application of high-throughput approaches to characterize the 
proteome and the complexity and variety of the information being 
collected has created a need for powerful computational tools to 
integrate and analyze the resulting data. Transforming raw 
experimental data and protein sequence information into knowledge 
about protein structure, function,and interactions and the ability 
to assemble and visualize protein interaction maps are some of the 
challenges requiring bioinformatic solutions. This InFocus feature 
will cover the computational approaches to deal with the depth, 
variety, and volume of proteomic data and the implications for the 
drug discovery process.

Join us for a live discussion featuring these leaders in the field:

-Emanuel F. Petricoin
Co-Director FDA-NCI Clinical
Proteomics Program
Senior Investigator, CBER/FDA

-Jacquelyn Fetrow
Chief Scientific Officer
Scientific Co-Founder

-Sudhir Sahasrabudhe
Chief Scientific Officer
Myriad Proteomics

-Eric Neumann
Vice President of BioInformatics
Beyond Genomics

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