[Bionews] Symposium: Integrative Bioinformatics; schedule and titles of talks definitive

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Thu Oct 4 10:32:03 EST 2007

One day symposium
8 November 2007

Integrative Bioinformatics:
At the cutting edge of network analysis and biological data integration

Each molecular biologist working with high throughput data is confronted
with the need to reconstruct and validate the underlying complex regulatory
networks. At this one-day symposium, some of the most prominent leaders in
the field will present their approaches and views. This symposium offers a
platform for a discussion of state of the art biological network analyses.

Confirmed speakers and titles:

   - Leroy Hood: Biological networks and disease
   - Ruedi Aebersold: Protein-centered networks in systems biology:
   Analysis and visualization
   - Trey Ideker: Gaining power in gene association studies with
   - Andrew Hopkins: Network Pharmacology: chemical opportunities for
   systems biology
   - Peter Sorger: Modeling Mammalian Death and Survival Pathways
   - Ewan Birney: Reactome, Networks and Genomes
   - Rogier Versteeg: Oncogenic networks of cancer pathways in childhood
   - Benno Schwikowski: Computational tools increasing sensitivity and
   reliability of mass spec-based proteomics
   - Chris Sander: Systems Biology of Cancer Pathways: from Molecular
   Perturbations to Cellular Phenotypes
   - Jean-Daniel Fekete: Visualizing Dense Networks with Enhanced and
   Hybrid Matrices

Please distribute the attached poster (pdf) in your institute.

The symposium is part of the 5th annual Cytoscape Public Symposium and
Developers Retreat.

For registration, Symposium programme and directions go to

We look forward to welcoming you to Amsterdam!

The Organizing Committee, 5th Cytoscape Retreat 2007
w: www.cytoscape.org/retreat2007
e: cytoretreat from cytoscape.org

Department of Human Genetics - M1-131
Academic Medical Center - University of Amsterdam
Meibergdreef 9 - 1100 DD - Amsterdam - the Netherlands

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