[Bionews] From Genomics to Synthetic Biology - November 10-12, 2011

Megan McDevitt via bionews%40net.bio.net (by connect from ibb.gatech.edu)
Wed Sep 7 10:30:33 EST 2011


The 8th Georgia Tech - Emory - ORNL Conference on Bioinformatics -
>From Genomics to Synthetic Biology

Atlanta, Georgia, November 10-12, 2011

VISIT: http://bioinformatics.gatech.edu/2011

Georgia Tech continues the tradition of organizing biennual
International Conference on Bioinformatics,bringing together=20
leading researchers in genomics, bioinformaticsand genome biology=20
to present recent advances in the field and discuss open problems.

Important Dates

Deadline for early registration: October 15, 2011
Deadline for poster abstract subsmission: October 1, 2011
Notification of acceptance of abstracts: October 11, 2011

We invite papers submissions in the following areas
*        computational genomics;
*        transcriptomics;
*        evolutionary & comparative genomics;
*        functional genomics;
*        reconstruction and modeling of gene networks;
*        systems biology
*        synthetic biology


Margaret O. Dayhoff lecture:
Steve Henikoff - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA;
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

To view full list of speakers visit: www.bioinformatics.gatech.edu/2011

Mark Borodovsky, Georgia Tech and Emory University
Eva K. Lee, Georgia Tech and Emory University

Dmitrij Frishman, Munich Polytechnic University, Germany
Greg Gibson, Georgia Tech
Andrey Gorin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
King Jordan, Georgia Tech
Andrzej M. Kierzek, University of Surrey, UK.
Eileen Kraemer, University of Georgia
Jun Liu, Harvard University
Steve Qin, Emory University
Andre Rogatko, Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute
Gary Stormo, Washington University
Ying Xu, University of Georgia and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Soojin Yi, Georgia Tech
Lance Waller,Emory University
Igor Zhulin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee

Harry Sharp, Georgia Tech

The Georgia Tech Ferst Center for the Arts. The Georgia Tech
campus is located in Midtown Atlanta near the center of the 1996
Olympic development, close to the Fox Theatre and Margaret Mitchell

More information visit:
VISIT: http://bioinformatics.gatech.edu/2011

Detailed information
Questions?  Event Manager [mailto:connect from ibb.gatech.edu]

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