Young Bioinformatics Forum 2004 - Registration and 2nd Call for Posters

Jon Rees jon.rees at bioinformaticsforumuk.net
Sat Sep 11 10:36:35 EST 2004


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Young Bioinformatics Forum 2004 - Registration and 2nd Call for Posters
Wednesday October 20th 2004                 http://www.ybf.org/
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FREE REGISTRATION

The 2nd Young Bioinformaticians' Forum will take place in Oxford, UK on
Wednesday October 20th 2004 at the prestigious Said Business School.  YBF is
organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry Molecular Modelling Group and
the Oxford Bioinformatics Forum.

The program includes competitive oral paper presentations sessions for the
Young Bioinformatician of the Year award with invited talks on areas of
Systems Biology, Microarrays and Clustering, Protein Evolution and
Interactions.

There is also the YBF Poster competition which is open to new submissions
until October 10th, 2004.  Many abstracts are already available online at
http://ybf.org/cgi-bin/show_abstracts.cgi

There is no early registration deadline but there are a limited number of
places so do register soon. Delegates such as interested PhD students,
post-docs and more senior scientists who work in bioinformatics and related
fields such as molecular biology are welcome to attend as spectators.

Please visit the meeting web site at http://www.ybf.org or register free of
charge at http://ybf.org/registration.htm

The meeting also provides a forum for academic researchers and industry
innovators to network and make contacts. Proceedings of the meeting will be
available online.

The purpose of these meetings is to raise awareness of the growing
importance of bioinformatics in all areas of biomedical research, both pure
and applied, and to provide a forum for young researchers to present their
latest research to an audience of peers and potential employers, both
academic and industrial. Meetings draw many PhD level bioinformaticians from
a wide area of bioinformatics, including contributions in the areas of
sequence analysis, structural bioinformatics, and algorithm development.

You are encouraged to pass this message on to your associates.

If you have any questions or wish to register offline, please contact us:

Dr Jon Rees (Project Manager)
Oxford Bioinformatics Forum
Oxford Brookes University
Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane
Oxford OX3 0BP
United Kingdom
Email: ybf(at)bioinformaticsforumuk.net
Tel. +44 (0) 1865 484224
Mob. +44 (0) 7970 893371
Fax. +44 (0) 1865 484478





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