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[go-friends] Call for Abstracts: Network Biology SIG at ISMB 2014: DUE APRIL 22
apico at gladstone.ucsf.edu
Wed Apr 2 11:25:30 PDT 2014
Network Biology SIG at ISMB 2014 in Boston, MA, July 11th
The Network Biology community meeting will focus on two major areas: (1) the development of network-related tools and resources, and (2) the application of network analysis and visualization in the study of biology, synthetic biology and medicine. The meeting will provide a unique interface between tool developers and users in the field of network biology. Through these complementary lenses, the meeting will bring into focus the current state of the field, its future promise and how to get there.
Call for Abstracts
We invite abstracts for talks and posters We are seeking a diversity of submissions to represent the breadth and depth of the Network Biology field. Find guidelines at http://nrnb.org/netbiosig
Marc Vidal - How are interactome networks organized at the scale of the whole cell? - Harvard University, USA
Marian Walhout - How is complexity organized, how does it evolve and how is it maintained? - UMass Medical School, USA
Manolis Kellis - Understanding the human genome by large-scale functional and comparative genomics - MIT, USA
April 22: Abstract submission deadline
May 11: Notification of accepted abstracts
June 6: Early registration deadline
July 11: NetBio SIG 2014
July 13-15: ISMB 2014
See you there!
NetBio SIG Organizing Committee
Alexander Pico (apico at gladstone.ucsf.edu), Scooter Morris, Gary Bader, Mario Albrecht, Natasa Przulj, Esti Yeger-Lotem, Frank Kramer, Martina Kutmon
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