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[Computational-biology] Bioinformatics Conference - EXTENDED CALL FOR POSTERS

Megan McDevitt via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by connect from ibb.gatech.edu)
Mon Oct 3 15:00:42 EST 2011

EXTENDED CALL FOR POSTERS - deadline - October 14, 2011

Dear Colleagues,

We are delighted to present a complete program for the 
8th Georgia Tech - Emory - ORNL 
International Bioinformatics Conference - 
>From Genomics to Synthetic Biology, 

Atlanta, Georgia, November 10-12, 2011

The conference series was started in 1997 and since then we hold 
the internationally known premier meetings every other mid November in Atlanta.

Invited speakers - the outstanding list for 2011 is as follows:
Steve Henikoff (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle); 
Yoseph Barash (U of Toronto, Canada; Alvis Brasma  (EBI, Hinxton, UK); 
Greg Gibson (Georgia Tech); Peter Gogarten (U of Connecticut); 
Andrey Gorin (Oak Ridge National Lab); Karmella Haynes (U of Arisona); 
Alex Hoffmann (UCSD); Lars Jensen (U of Copenhagen, Denmark); 
Michael Jordan (U of California Berkeley); Doron Lancet (Weizmann 
Institute, Israel); Eva Lee (Georgia Tech); Werner Mewes (Institute 
of Systems Biology, Munchen, Germany); Arcady Mushegian (SIMR, 
Kansas City); Peter Park (Harvard U); Tomas Rattei (U of Vienna, 
Austria); Isidore Rigoutsos (Thomas Jefferson University); Andrey 
Rzhetsky (U of Chicago); Howard Salis (Penn State); James Taylor 
(Emory U, Atlanta);

The conference pursues purely academic goals and is attractively 
priced for students and postdocs ($100).

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

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