[Computational-biology] NSF Student Funding for Conference

Susan Faulkner faulkner at vbi.vt.edu
Wed Aug 23 15:20:08 EST 2006


   


      Funding assistance for student participation at 9^th Annual
      Conference on Computational Genomics

The National Science Foundation is providing financial support for 
students, including travel stipends ($1000 each) and registration 
scholarships ($585 each), is available for the 9^th Annual Conference on 
Computational Genomics (CG'06) which will take place at the Renaissance 
Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore, on October 28-31. CG'06 is a 
multidisciplinary symposium that provides a forum for the presentation 
and discussion of original research on computational biology and 
bioinformatics. The major themes for CG'06 are:

-        High-throughput automated genome annotation

-        Bioinformatics for biological networks

-        Bioinformatics for infectious diseases

If you are a student interested in attending the meeting and would like 
to apply for funding assistance please consult the CG'06 web site at

http://www.cpe.vt.edu/genomics/index.html

Applications forms are available at 
http://www.cpe.vt.edu/genomics/StudentApp.pdf

In addition to completing the application form, students will be 
required to submit a letter of recommendation from a student advisor as 
well as a 500-word written statement of research goals.

Questions should be directed to Susan Faulkner at (540) 231-1259; 
faulkner at vbi.vt.edu.

-- 
Susan Faulkner
Education and Outreach
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0477

tel: 540.231.1259
fax: 540.231.2606

https://www.vbi.vt.edu/



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