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[Computational-biology] ICCABS 2016 - Call for Participation

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   6th IEEE International Conference on Computatio= nal

   Advances in Bio and Medical Sciences (ICCABS)

   October 13-15, Georgia Institute of Technology,= Atlanta, GA, USA

   Advances in high-throughput technologies such as DNA s= equencing and
   mass spectrometry are profoundly transforming life sciences,    resulting in the collection of unprecedented amounts of biological and
   medi= cal data. Using this data to advance our knowledge about
   fundamental biolog= ical processes and improve human health requires
   novel computational models= and advanced analysis algorithms. IEEE
   ICCABS aims to bring together leadi= ng academic and industry
   researchers to discuss the latest advances in comp= utational methods
   for bio and medical sciences.

   This year program will include regular papers and post= ers. In
   addition, we also have the following two workshops:

   6th Workshop on Computational Advances for Next Genera= tion
   Sequencing (CANGS 2016) and 5th Workshop on Computational Advances in
   = Molecular Epidemiology (CAME 2016)

   There will be three Plenary Keynote Talks from:
     * Russel Schwartz (CMU)
     * May Wang (Georgia Tech and Emory University)
     * Cathy H. Wu (Univ. of Delaware)


   There will also be seven Plenary Invited Talks from:
     * Mukul Bansal (Univ. of Connecticut)
     * Krishna Karuturi (Jackson Lab)
     * Yury Khudyakov (CDC)
     * Yuk Yee Leung (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
     * Rahul Singh (San Francisco State University)
     * Jejune Tang (Univ. of South Carolina)
     * Ellen Tsai (Partners)


   You are welcome to attend this premier conference. Reg= istration
   details can be found in iccabs.org.

   Some number of student travel awards are also availabl= e. Details can
   be found in the above web site.

   Co-General Chairs:
     * Srinivas Aluru (Georgia Institute of Technology)
     * Sanguthevar Rajasekaran (University of Connecticut)

   Program Chairs:
     * Scott Emrich (University of Notre Dame)
     * Li-San Wang (University of Pennsylvania)

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