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[protege-discussion] Deadline (Dec 15th) for poster and podium presentation at AMIA Summit on Translational Bioinformatics

Nigam Shah nigam at stanford.edu
Thu Dec 9 23:38:20 PST 2010


Dear Friends,

A quick reminder that the deadline for abstract submissions (for either
podium or poster presentations) for the 2011 AMIA Summit on Translational
Bioinformatics is December 15th, 2010. Details on the submission process can
be found at:
http://jointsummits2011.amia.org/tbi-2011-initial-call-proposals

We invite your latest, cutting-edge translational bioinformatics research in
one of the four tracks for this year:
- Concepts, Tools and Techniques to Enable Integrative Translational
Bioinformatics
- Integrative Analysis of Molecular and Clinical Measurements
- Representing and Relating Phenotypes and Disease for Translational
Bioinformatics
- Bridging Basic Science Discoveries and Clinical Practice

In addition to the top full-length papers being published as open-access
publications in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics, the best abstract
podium presentations will be invited for submission of full-length
manuscript to the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
(JAMIA; currently ranked #1 in ISI JCR for Medical Informatics).

Registration for TBI 2011 also opens on December 15th, 2010. The conference
hotel this year will once again be the Parc 55 Hotel San Francisco, where a
block of rooms will be available for participants at a lower rate. Please
visit http://jointsummits2011.amia.org/ for more information.

We look forward to your participation in shaping this exciting Summit!

Regards,
Nigam Shah
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