[Arrays] CAMDA 2007 Conference: EMERALD Worshop and student fellowships available. Poster submission deadline extended.

Ana Conesa via arrays%40net.bio.net (by aconesa from cipf.es)
Tue Oct 16 05:07:59 EST 2007


Dear colleague,

 We kindly remind your our invitation to the new edition of CAMDA

POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 30, 2007

NEW!!!!
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EMERALD WORKSHOP @ CAMDA
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The European Project for Standards and Standardizations of Microarray
Technology and  Data Analysis (EMERALD,
http://www.microarray-quality.org/index.html) sponsors a workshop
Session in Valencia on December 13, 2007, hosted by CAMDA.

The EMERALD consortium would like to announce three travel grants for
Ph.D. students who are citizens of the European Union member states to
help them to participate in the CAMDA 2007-EMERALD workshop Session in
Valencia.
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NEW!!!!
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In its first European edition, a selection of contributions
to the CAMDA07 Conference will be published in Genomics
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For more info see:
http://camda.bioinfo.cipf.es.


 ABOUT CAMDA
 ============

 CAMDA07 will be held in December 13th-14th,  2007 at the Centro de
 Investigacion Principe Felipe (http://www.cipf.es) in Valencia,
 Spain.
 See previous editions of CAMDA in: http://www.camda.duke.edu/.
 As you might know, CAMDA decided to become roving in the last edition
 and this is the first year for the conference to be held in Europe.

 CAMDA was founded to provide a forum to critically assess different
 techniques used in microarray data mining. It aims to establish the
 state-of-the-art in microarray data mining, as well as identify
 progress
 and highlight the direction for future efforts. In order to achieve
 these goals, CAMDA adopted the approach of community-wide experiment,
 letting the scientific community analyze the same standard data sets.
 Researchers worldwide are invited to take the CAMDA challenge.
 Accepted
 authors will be invited to give an oral presentation. Results of
 analysis are discussed and compared at the CAMDA conference.



 PRECONFERENCE SEMINAR        12 December 2007
 =====================

 Dr. Benjamin Blencowe
 Professor, Banting and Best Department of Medical Research
 Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics
 University of Toronto, Canada
 "Global insights from microarray profiling of mammalian alternative
 splicing""


 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
 ================

 Dr. Sandrine Dudoit
 Associate Professor of Biostatistics and Statistics
 Chair, Graduate Group in Biostatistics
 University of California, Berkley, USA

 Dr. Wei Pan
 Professor, Division of Biostatistics
 School of Public Health
 University of Minnesota, USA

 Dr. John Quackenbush
 Professor of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
 Department of Biostatistics
 Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, USA

 Dr. Alvis Brazma
 Head of Microarray Informatics Group
 European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), UK


 IMPORTANT DATES
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 Release of Data Set to public:               June 1, 2007
 Extended Abstracts Proposals Due:            October 20, 2007
 Poster Submission Due:				    October 30, 2007
 Early registration closes:                   October 31, 2007
 Notification to accepted oral presenters:    November 15, 2007
 Notification to accepted poster presenters:  November 15, 2007
 PreConference Seminar				    December 12, 2007
 CAMDA 04 Conference:                 	    December 13 - 14, 2007
 Full paper submission:                       January 31, 2008


 Your participation would be of utmost importance in order to  make
 CAMDA  2007 a great event.

 Please, distribute this announcement to other colleagues which might
 be  interested.

 Our apologies for cross-posting

 Joaquin Dopazo
 And the CAMDA07 local organizing committee



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