[Bioclusters] Explore Pathway Analysis for a Deeper Understanding of Targets and Compounds

Christina Lingham jimm at chidb.com
Thu Oct 20 17:57:57 EDT 2005

Dear Colleague, 

Cambridge Healthtech Institute is excited to announce the Second Annual Pathway Analysis for Target and Compound Evaluation conference, scheduled February 21-24, 2006 in San Francisco.  Last year this unique event has caught the attention of hundreds of leaders and specialists interested in  RNAi, Genomics, Computational Biology and Biological Discovery and we invite you to join us this year.  Register today and save up to $450 off the registration fee. 

The Pathway Analysis conference offers comprehensive coverage in the following areas:
Delivering siRNA
Accelerating RNAi Therapeutics
Applying siRNA Library Screening 
Inducing shRNA
Using Microarray Data
High-Content Screening of Drug Candidates
Exploiting Disease Pathways
This program is designed to maximize your time away from the lab by providing expansive networking opportunities, interactive roundtables, poster viewing as well over 100 exhibits.  Plus new this year we've added two pre-conference events on February 21, 2006; a short course titled ReNAissance: Accelerating Progress in RNAi Therapeutics and a tutorial titled Achieving Pathway Analysis Value through Effective Informatics Practice.  Please click here to download the final brochure or click here to register now.  We look forward to meeting you next month in San Francisco.
Best Regards,
Christina Lingham
Senior Conference Director

..And the entire CHI Staff 
P.S. For Complete details on the event visit http://www.tri-conference.com/track1_GDD.asp
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