Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2008
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Second virtual conference on "Bioinformatics to Systems Biology"
Online at Bioinformatics.Org
July 14, 2008, 15:00-17:30 GMT (11:00 AM-1:30 PM US EDT)
Organized by Bioinformatics.Org and Bioclues.org
About the conference
The first virtual conference on "Bioinformatics to Systems Biology" took place on November 16, 2007, online at the Bioinformatics Organization. For last year’s conference, please click here. This year’s conference, Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2008 (BSB ’08), is aimed at students and those in the research community who fall under broader disciplines of bioinformatics and systems biology. The BSB ’08 conference will include invited keynote talks within sub-disciplines of these two exciting fields. In addition to keynote addresses, individuals are invited to submit abstracts for presentation as talks in concurrent sessions, or as posters. Ample time will be set aside for discussion during the presentation of participants. In the coming days, we will be adding a lot of information to this website that will provide you with detailed information on BSB ’08.
(All times US EDT/New York; please check the World Clock)
11:15 AM - Dr. Henning Schmidt, PhD., University of Rostock, Germany: "Systems Biology Toolbox 2 for MATLAB"
11:40 AM - Professor P.K. Suresh, PhD., PITAM, Aranvoylkuppam, India: "mtDNA extraction methods to study mtDNA mutations - Relevance in apoptosis and cellular aging"
12:05 PM - Dr. Gary Bader,PhD., University of Toronto, Canada: "Pathway Commons: A public library of biological pathways"
12:30 PM - Dr. Kasper Lage, PhD., 1:Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA; 2:Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts; 3:Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard; 4:Center for Biological Sequence Analysis, Technical University of Denmark: "Genomic and Proteomic networks in human organ development and pathology"
12:55 PM - Break
Presentations and virtual posters from select abstracts:
1:05 PM - Kurt Vanhoutte et al: Analysis of human micro-array data to probe for a pathophysiological patient categorization. A systems biology perspective applied to Atrial Fibrillation.
1:20 PM - Pritish Varadwaj and Lahiri T: Functional group based Ligand retrieval (FBLR) through active site rendering using a novel distance based binding affinity function at atomic environmental level
1:35 PM - Virtual posters and networking
2:00 PM - Adieu and see you in BSB '09
- Graduate students and researchers in computational biology, molecular biology and medicine
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