[Computational-biology] Workshop on Role of Computational Biology in Advancing Modern Medicine

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Centre for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata


Workshop on Role of Computational Biology in Advancing Modern Medicine

During February 2-3, 2012

at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata

Aims and Objectives

An important goal of science is alleviation of human suffering from
diseases. The proposed workshop intends to bring clinicians,
experimental biologists, bioinformaticians, systems biologists and
physical biologists together to discuss in a detailed and pedagogic
manner the application of diverse tools of computational biology to
understand and treat human diseases.

Workshop Topics

   * Introduction to an integrative approach to disease biology
   * Techniques for exploratory data analysis
   * Analysis of gene expression data
   * Analysis of regulatory networks
   * Using molecular modeling for understanding structural biology of


   * Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay (ISI, India)
   * Nitai P. Bhattacharyya (SINP, India)
   * Kartiki V. Desai  (NIBMG, India)
   * Pradeep K. Mohanty (SINP, India)
   * Asoke K. Talukder (Geschickten Biosciences, India)
   * Vivek Tanavde (BII, Singapore)
   * Chandra Verma (BII, Singapore)

The workshop is mainly addressed to research scholars, young postdocs
and faculty members. There is no registration fee. However the number
of participants is limited. Those wishing to register for the workshop
are requested to apply to the Convener with their CV and an abstract
of their research (within 300 words) for a presentation at the meeting
by sending a mail to rcbamm2012 from gmail.com within January 10, 2012. The
name of the selected participants will be put up on the website by
January 13, 2012.


Prof. Dhananjay Bhattacharyya
Biophysics Division
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
Email: rcbamm2012 from gmail.com
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/rcbamm2012

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